HHG Higher Education Consulting (HHG-HEC) works with colleges, universities and non-profit educational organizations with the goal of supporting student persistence and equity in educational outcomes, enhancing teaching and learning practices (e.g., curriculum change, inclusive pedagogy, active and collaborative classrooms) and helping educational institutions develop strategies that nurture and promote pluralistic college campus environments, student achievement and civic engagement.
With broad demonstrated experience in senior administration, student affairs, and teaching as well as consulting roles with leading foundations, colleges and universities and private education organizations, HHG-HEC proudly offers:
- Expertise, sensitivity and creative approaches to promote campus pluralism, inclusive teaching and student achievement.
- Individualized programs that advance equity practices in the context of each client’s organizational structure and situation.
- Facilitation strategies to support complex, difficult dialogues within the classroom and in campus communities.
Meet Hilda Hernández-Gravelle
Hilda Hernández-Gravelle, founder and principal consultant, leverages a diverse background and clinical, academic, and administrative expertise to offer clients insights for a host of consulting engagements. Dr. Hernández-Gravelle earned an undergraduate degree in education from her native Puerto Rico, a Master of Social Work from Simmons, and a Doctorate in Higher Education Administration, Planning, and Social Policy from Harvard. In founding HHG-HEC, Hilda believes academic institutions must fully invest in fulfilling their promise of education embedded in the act of enrolling students; avail faculty of opportunities for developing tools to teach at their best in inclusive / diverse classrooms, and to guide students through programs that will help them both achieve and contribute to a changing society.
Dr. Hernández-Gravelle conducts faculty development workshops, diversity planning and training, organizational equity assessments and grant and program evaluations. HHG-HEC works with administrators, faculty, staff, students and other members of the college and university community seeking to address race relations, student achievement, curriculum and pedagogy development and diversity and pluralism issues. Dr. Hernández-Gravelle also frequently serves as a speaker for conferences, symposiums and other forums focused on related topics.
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