• Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Coaching
    • Speciality in racial justice and building the consciousness and leadership for white people
  • Professional Development for Educational and Corporate Spaces
    • One day, Two day, Three day Series available. Topics include:
      • Entering Racial Justice (an introduction)
      • Accelerating Antiracist Leadership
      • Developing White Racial Consciousness
      • Building Culturally Relevant Systems and Classrooms
      • Facilitating for Racial Justice
      • Customized Trainings
    • On-going systemic programming for each of the above trainings in addition to:
      • Aligning Institutional Culture with Antiracist Goals
  • White Racial Affinity Space Facilitation
    • Initial Introduction to White Racial Affinity Spaces
    • Sustained Facilitation for Organizational White Racial Affinity Spaces
  • Interracial Facilitation
    • I co-facilitate with women of color, focusing on accountability and solidarity.


Christine Saxman most recently worked as an Equity Transformation Specialist for Courageous Conversations About Race with Pacific Educational Group.

Before Courageous Conversations, Christine was an educator in Township District 113 in Illinois for fifteen years where she was also a racial equity leader. In 2016, she received recognition as an Illinois Golden Apple Finalist and Teacher of Distinction.

She also facilitates S.E.E.D. (Seeking Education Equity and Diversity) as part of the National Staff.

Christine has facilitated for many years at the White Privilege Conference and the National Summit for Courageous Conversations about Race. Workshops have included:

  • Confronting White Nationalism with Shelly Tochluk
  • Loving Accountability with Corrie Wallace and Jamie Utt
  • DiAngelo’s Rules of Engagement with Robin DiAngelo
  • White Racial Identity Development (using the work of Dr. Janet Helms)
  • White Educators Interrupting Migroagressions with Jamie Utt and Shelly Tochluk
  • White Legacies, Ghosts, and Untold Stories
  • Interrupting White Privilege at the White Privilege Conference
  • Inter-racial Dialogue Between Women with Andrea Johnson

She earned a B.A. in English from University of Pittsburgh, a M.A. in English from Northwestern University, and a M.S. in Education from Northwestern University.

She can be found on Twitter @xinest and Facebook.