Our work deconstructs antiquated systems, structures, and ways of thinking in order to build back better, anew, and create a spaces that works for us all.

We Value...

HONESTY

Acknowledge, explore, and confront the truth, no matter how difficult.

 

CARE

Handle the transition to better ways and higher consciousness with empathy, compassion, and love.

 

FREEDOM

Ignite the power of choice and authenticity.

Our Mission:

Decolonize spaces, places, and people, and liberate hearts and minds.

Our Vision:

A strengthened individual and collective disposition to thrive.

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Shaunda Lewis
Founder & Principal
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A Specialist in Decolonization, Shaunda is a social and spiritual scientist committed to moving humanity into a brighter age. A dynamic innovator, and systems architect and alchemist, she is dedicated to developing the structures for all to be their authentic selves and thrive.

A daughter of Caribbean immigrants to the United States, her unique perspective of belonging to multiple cultures, holding a plethora of distinct identities, and navigating social constructs that never made the space for her full self, allows her to understand the need to create spaces that work for us all.

Shaunda's professional experience spans the non-profit, public, and private sectors. She knows what it means to be celebrated and feel a sense of belonging. She also knows what it means to be unappreciated, undervalued, and not accepted for being and thinking different. Throughout her career she has been laid-off, fired, held under glass ceilings, and forced to hold on to glass cliffs. Her deep understanding of professional success, failure, and apathy, as well as her depth of knowledge navigating a variety of sectors at both the grassroots and systems levels, and everywhere in between, affords her the skillset to meet people where they are and support them through positive transformation.

 

Shaunda’s enterprise, Stone and Grace, is focused on deconstructing antiquated systems, structures, and ways of thinking in order to build back better, anew, and create spaces that work for us all. She is in the business of decolonizing spaces, places, and people, and liberating hearts and minds to strengthen the individual and collective disposition to thrive.

 

As a Black woman and first generation American from Greater Boston, Shaunda is an avid promoter of multi-culture and anti-racist best practice. A master facilitator, certified professional coach, and adult educator by trade, as well as historian by training, she influences growth through building knowledge and consciousness.