Derived from the reality that public and community institutions need the same technological solutions that all other industries receive, Leggette ETI was established in 2014. The leaders of the new company formed a diverse team from different industries including diversity equity and inclusion, mass media, computer sciences, and health management.
Leggette ETI offers project management, analysis and evaluation, customized training, technical assistance and consulting, and leadership development support and training for executives and specialized staff. With our partnerships and leadership, we offer our clients better services each day to help them reach and exceed organizational goals.
Leggette ETI is certified by the Washington State Office of Minority and Women’s Business Enterprises (OMWBE) as a Minority Business Enterprise (MBE), and certified in King County’s Contracting Opportunities Program for Small Contractors and Suppliers (SCS).
Our Commitment to Equity:
Equity means fairness and justice and focuses on outcomes that are most appropriate for a given group, recognizing different challenges, needs, and histories. It is distinct from diversity, which can simply mean variety (the presence of individuals with various identities). It is also not equality, or “same treatment,” which doesn’t take differing needs or disparate outcomes into account. Systemic equity involves a robust system and dynamic process consciously designed to create, support and sustain social justice.
An equitable and just society is one where people of all races create, share and enjoy resources and relationships equitably, unleashing individual potential, embracing collective responsibility and generating community prosperity. We strive to be a leading values-driven company where the culture and commitment supports individual, organizational, and community excellence and sustainability. We maintain this standard through ongoing, organizational equity analysis and management of and investment in our key equity priority areas, including: gender equity, racial equity, process equity, workforce equity, and organizational resource equity. Adapted from Race Forward