Dar Mayweather serves as the founder of doingthegoodwork.com. His pronouns are he, him, and his. He helps his clients confidently engage in tough conversations around diversity and create business startup strategies. Dar is a first generation college student, he earned a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice, a Master of Science in Education and is currently pursuing a Doctorate in Educational Leadership while teaching Leadership to undergraduate students at Eastern Michigan University.
Dar's professional leadership journey began in corporate, then mental health, and now higher education. His work centers around developing formulas and systems to organize and actualize the good work of inclusion and business. He believes in fast tracking his client's learning by utilizing research and lived experiences to develop actionable solutions. Dar has over 10 years of professional leadership experience in Higher Education, Business, and Diversity & Inclusion training. He received the King Chavez Parks Future Faculty Fellow Award from the State of Michigan, the American College Personnel Association (ACPA) Pan African Network Sawubona Award, multiple Residence Life's Hall Council Advisor of the Year Awards, and many other nominations. A father and husband, you'll often find him watching superhero shows with his son and reality tv with his wife lol.
He owned his first business at 7 years old, his lemonade stand allowed him to pay for him and his cousins to go swimming everyday for two summers! As a diversity educator, he started teaching students in the classroom in 2010, thereafter, he's spent almost a decade cultivating his intergroup dialogue facilitation and curriculum development skills at multiple division one universities. His eyes were opened to the impact he could have on communities after he became a certified social justice educator through the Social Justice Training Institute (SJTI). He has worked in many industries, however, higher education helped him develop his abilities to consult with multiple departments and create trainings for all employee levels within the organization. Through training and consulting, Dar learned that he gets energy from speaking in front of crowds, working one on one with clients, and discussing solutions with organizational leaders from different backgrounds. His work helps clients openly question and challenge the status quo, which he believes is the best way to positive change.
Message from Dar:
"I know that everyone is a leader and I believe that leaders need to practice supporting people from different backgrounds, specifically underrepresented and/or minoritized backgrounds. We all are different and come from different places. Everyone in the workforce needs to learn skills' to engage and ultimately lead across difference. My calling on this earth is to train people to tap into their Multicultural Leadership capabilities."
Dar founded Good Mayweather to be a resource to businesses, colleges & universities, non profits, and community leaders on inclusion, diversity education, and leadership. To learn more about how Dar leads on social media, click Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter to follow him on your favorite platform.
Stephanie Mayweather is the Marketing and Media Manager for Good Mayweather Consulting. Stephanie earned a Bachelor’s in Psychology with a minor in Women’s Studies, as well as a Masters in Public Health from the University of Michigan.
Stephanie has over 8 years of professional leadership in education, public health, and marketing. Her professional career began when she joined Teach For America as an elementary teacher in the Atlanta Public School system. During the day she is the Director for a substance abuse prevention coalition and at night a blogger for her sexual health website, meetmrsmayweather.com . Stephanie believes that good communication is vital to good business, relationships, and community growth. She is confident that Good Mayweather Consulting is an exceptional resource for multicultural leadership education and enjoys creating marketing strategies to get more people involved in doing the good work.