Meet Preshuslee

Founder and CEO

Preshuslee Thompson is the Founder and CEO of Preseli Equity Group Consulting LLC. Preseli Equity Group is a social enterprise consulting firm committed to conceptualizing, constructing, and championing an equitable future through fostering collective healing and respect for human dignity. Through Preseli Equity Group Preshuslee facilitates trainings, builds curriculums and assessments, and offers consulting to organizations committed to creating an equitable and accountable workplace culture. 

Preshuslee has dedicated her career to the public service sector. She has worked with Youth and Adults healing from mental illness, alcohol, and drug addiction, sexual assault, intimate partner violence, being without shelter, as well as foster care and incarceration. Preshuslee served as the Training and Development Specialist at The Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity where she lead the development and facilitation of the Implicit Bias Trainer of Trainers. At Kirwan, Preshuslee facilitated over 300 trainings reaching more than 3000 people across the country and in Mexico. Preshuslee is a co-author of the report A Workforce for the Modern Woman: Strategic Planning for a Fair and Equitable Future and has published interviews on racial bias with The New York Times, Teen Vogue, The digital arm of Today Show, Medical Economics and local news outlets.

Preshuslee, fondly referred to as Preshus is a Columbus, Ohio native and soon to be two-time graduate of The Ohio State University. She has a passion for social work and creating spaces for collective healing and transformative conversation. Preshus’s top five strengths are intellection, ideation, connectedness, individualization, and relator. She is a dog mom and lover of nature and music.

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Previous Facilitated Trainings Led By Preshuslee

Sixth Annual Trauma Informed Care Summit presenting The Kirwan Institute for the study of Race and Ethnicity’s Trauma Informed Care is Bias Conscious

 

https://vimeo.com/340044762

 

Moderating The Kirwan Institute for the study of Race and Ethnicity’s #Sayhername Black Women and Maternal Health Community Forum

Virtual Forums: Say Her Name-Black Women and Maternal Health | Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity (osu.edu)

 

Moderating The Kirwan Institute for the study of Race and Ethnicity’s  Self Care and Kemetic Yoga Forum

 

Self Care Forum: Kemetic Yoga | Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity (osu.edu)

 

Co-moderating The Kirwan Institute for the study of Race and Ethnicity’s  Beyond Implicit Bias: A Critical Dialogue

 

Kirwan Virtual Forums: Beyond Implicit Bias | Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity (osu.edu)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

​​New York Times 

Cindy McCain Thought She Spotted Human Trafficking. But There Was No Crime, Police Say. - The New York Times (nytimes.com)

 

Columbus Alive Magazine

 

Kirwan looks to go 'Beyond Implicit Bias' in virtual forum - News - Columbus Alive - Columbus, OH

 

Today

 

What is implicit bias? The invisible racism that hurts Black women at the doctor’s office (today.com)

 

Teen Vogue

 

The Mental Health Cost of Code-Switching on Campus | Teen Vogue

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Board Member of Ohio Prison Education Exchange Program 

People | Ohio Prison Education Exchange Project (osu.edu)

Board Member of All People Arts 

all people arts

 

 

 

 

Self Care and Meditation Tools (my candle business page)

Preciously Made Inc. – Preciously Made Inc.

Interviews

Community Service

Self Care and Meditation Tools