Why We Exist
To build a less oppressed, racist, and divided world for future generations that we will never know
Our Mission is to cultivate happy, thriving, and stress-free cities, organizations, and schools by delivering custom training, consulting, coaching, and tools that are intentionally designed to interrupt implicit bias, restore community wellbeing, resolve conflict and misunderstandings, and inspire deeper connection and inclusion.
To build a less oppressed, racist, and divided world for future generations we will never know
CircleUp's inception began when two UC Berkeley Peace and Conflict Studies s graduates, Tiffany and Tyrone, joined forces to attempt to solve a daunting question. How can we end inequities and discrimination in our lifetime by addressing the root causes of hate, oppression, racism, and unconscious bias? This one question led the two co-founders on a journey of self-growth, constant reinvention, and evolution of thought and practice all to ensure that the next generation of children may start off their life in a world that is more inclusive and equitable than the one we live in today. CircleUp has been able to thrive based on the founder's commitment to practice what they teach, to maintain value-based approaches to services delivery, and by being empathetic toward the diverse communities they serve.