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Equity Audit

AHE assesses the organization’s practices and policies or the institution’s educational curriculum to identify inequitable trends or patterns. Upon completion of the audit, there is a presentation of a comprehensive report, including analysis and recommendations.


AHE will gather quantitative and qualitative feedback through one-on-one interviews, focus groups and web-based surveys. Based on the findings, we develop recommendations and action plans to support achievement of organizational goals and objectives. AHE will partner with you to develop KPIs, metrics and dashboards for future monitoring.
  • Climate Assessment

    Assessment from employees with different perspectives and insights about their experiences. It sheds light on what an organization is doing well – potentially better than other organizations, with respect to IDEA– and how it can do better.
  • Health Equity Assessment

    AHE works with you to uncover policies, procedures, and decisions that contribute to health inequities and identify pathways to incorporate more equitable practices. Used to measure competency within the organization related to health equity, disparities, and the social determinants of health.
  • Community Needs Assessment

    Evaluation of community needs related to your organizational goals and initiatives. Overview to identify current and anticipated needs based on trends in the communities.
  • IDEA/ DEI/ JEDI/ EDI Assessment

    Assessment of current initiatives and organizational impact related to our organization’s current equity model (IDEA/ DEI/ JEDI/ EDI), not limited to organizational culture.
  • Organizational Cultural Assessment

    The Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI) is a widely used and effective cross-culturally valid assessment for building cultural competence.
  • Environmental Assessment

    Assessment of the environmental consequences of a plan, policy, program, or actual projects prior to the decision to move forward with the proposed action.
  • Psychological Safety Assessment

    For teams who require intervention and lack psychological safety. Psychological safety is a belief that one will not be punished or humiliated for speaking up with ideas, questions, concerns, or mistakes. The scan evaluates Inclusion and Diversity, Willingness to Help and Teaming, Open Conversation, and Attitude to Risk and Failure. There are follow up sessions related to this assessment.

Contact us today to request one of our qualified staff to speak at your next event.