Cultivating Uncomfortable Conversations for Change Sunny leans-in to her personal experiences of trauma, vulnerability, and disruption and combines them with her decades of professional expertise to deliver mastery level presentations and training to a broad cross-section of industry leaders and professionals. She deftly covers transforming thoughts and perspectives; influencing policy paradigm shifts; promoting diversity, inclusion, and equity; raising social awareness and consciousness; and changing both public and private sector entities looking for transformation. When you want it handled, she brings it: Experience, Exposure, Expertise, Empowerment, and a 360° Lens. Sunny speaks to the needs of the audience and industry with her one-size-fits YOU! tailored speeches and presentations. She helps her clients and audiences navigate through uncomfortable conversations with a cultural humility lens designed to change how you lead when you follow, and the way you lift others. Her no-nonsense, interactive, audience-focused engagements ask the hard questions that will lead to lasting change.
"Sunny Slaughter is a TEDx Alum, Master-Connector, Vulnerability Expert, Global Human Trafficking Expert, Federal Law Enforcement Instructor, Executive Consultant, and CEO of Sunny Slaughter Consulting, LLC. Featured as one of DC's top 25 Women Business Leader of 2020 in Women Leadership Magazine USA. She is a member of the Women Business Collaborative, Leaders Advisory Council committed to empowering and advancing women as CEOâ€™s, in the C-Suite, gender parity, gender pay, and minority women. As a Vulnerability Expert, Sunny identifies risk, vulnerability, develops mitigation strategies, and response plans. She brings over 35 years of executive consultancy, tactical guidance, strategic thinking, policy compliance, safety preparedness, and crisis management expertise to a cross-section of professionals in government, corporate, business, organization, institution, agency, and community. Sunny has been recognized by the White House, Obama Administration as a Change Maker, and had her written report included in the Presidential Daily Briefing. Sunny Opined her intersectional experiences as a global human trafficking expert focused on the complex nuances of slavery for the 1619 Project launched by The New York Times Magazine which re-examines slavery in the US. She was the guest for the Special Edition of the 1619 Project for the NYTReadalong, a global network of thought leaders who gather weekly for a deep dive into the global issues contained throughout the pages of the New York Times.
I wanted to again express our sincere appreciation to you for your fantastic training provided yesterday to our staff. We are still raving over the wonderful presentation facilitated by you yesterday. Your candid, sensitive approach to speaking on a topic that for many is often difficult to imagine, reconcile, and determine how best to respond is laudable. The state of Alabama is fortunate to have such a dynamic, passionate, and brilliant practitioner and advocate. If only we could replicate you in every jurisdiction, our youth and families would be better served and our society far better off. On behalf of the Superior Court of District of Columbia, Family Court’s Court Social Services Division I extend our profound thanks.