Meet Our Team

Our team, affectionately known as the QUAD Squad, is a team of compassionate DEI trainers, facilitators, and Intercultural Development Inventory experts from across the United States.
Tracey Robertson

Tracey Robertson is Diversity, Equity and Inclusion practitioner who served as the award-winning Cofounder and Executive Director of a grassroots, non-profit social justice organization located in Oshkosh, Wisconsin for close to a decade. In that capacity, she developed and facilitated anti-racism education and training across the United States and Canada.

In 2017, Tracey became an Intercultural Development Inventory® Qualified Administrator to deliver a widely-used assessment of intercultural competence.  Tracey has decades of professional experience that includes entrepreneurship, training, business development, consulting, and administration.

A community organizer and activist, Tracey’s expert opinion on the subject of racial equity has appeared on television shows including Eye on Oshkosh and appearances on Wisconsin Public Television’s Here and Now. Tracey has received numerous commendations, including being named one of “44 Most Influential African Americans in Wisconsin” in 2017. Tracey is also a 2017 TedTalk© Alumnist.

Henri Parker
Trainer and Intercultural Development Inventory Qualified Administrator

Henri’ Parker started his professional career on the trading floor of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. This experience lasted 18 years and led to a promotion to a Trading Floor Management position. 

After leaving the exchange, Henri’ became a Marketing Director with Transamerica, where he conducted seminars to train clients in planning and retirement concepts. In his role as a Marketing Director, Henri’ recruited and trained financial representatives for licensing and product knowledge. Presently Henri’ works for a small Network solutions company as Manager of Professional Services and Lead Technical Trainer serving Illinois and Cook County.

In 2019, Henri’ earned his Intercultural Diversity Inventory® Qualified Administrator certification and began delivering IDI services to Quad clients.

Clara Fleming

Clara Fleming is a beloved community organizer and activist in Milwaukee, WI, with more than 15 years of experience creating positive and equitable change. 

Clara is a talented community mediator and an essential volunteer at two nonprofit organizations: Team Teal365 and Heal The Hood. Professionally, she is an award-winning author of four published works.

Marijke Van Roojen
Trainer and Intercultural Development Inventory Qualified Administrator

Marijke Van Roojen has dedicated her professional life to two broad disciplines: Maternal Child Health with an emphasis on equitable access, workforce development and culturally concordant and responsive care, and Community-Based Mediation, transformative justice, and race-equity education. 

As a certified conflict resolution specialist with over 25 years of experience, she serves as the white-half of a cross-race training and consulting team with Common Talks Consulting. She is an Intercultural Development Inventory® Qualified Administrator and holds an MPH from the University of Minnesota’s School of Public Health.

Baleigh Tolksdorf

Baleigh Tolksdorf is a Human Services Leadership graduate from UW Oshkosh. Toward the end of her time in undergrad, Baleigh started working for a non-profit involving social and racial injustice. This sparked passion for activism, and anti-racism work.

Baleigh has been a Youth Advocate at a local domestic abuse shelter for the last year, and just started her journey as an Emotional CPR Educator. Her drive, activism and advocacy make a tremendous leader and trainer. 

Jonathan McElderry
Advisory Board Member

Dr. Jonathan A. McElderry (he/him/his) has served as the Assistant Dean of Students and the Executive Director of the Intercultural Center at Wake Forest University since June 2016. Additionally, he serves as an affiliate faculty member in the University’s Department of Counseling.

His research has sought to raise awareness of the experiences of underrepresented students at predominantly White institutions and provide strategies to increase their academic and social success. His professional activities include serving as the Director, Equity & Inclusion for ACPA – College Student Educators International Governing Board; serving as a Co-Lead Facilitator for the LeaderShape Institute; interning with the Social Justice Training Institute (SJTI) and a standout scholar-practitioner, who has authored/co-authored research articles, book chapters, and mainstream resources. 

Dr. McElderry holds a Ph.D. in Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis from the University of Missouri, an M.Ed. in College Student Personnel from Ohio University, and a B.S. in Administration of Justice from George Mason University.

Catrina Jones-Brewer
Advisory Board Member

Catrina Jones Brewer is an experienced Tax Professional and Owner of TNT Tax Service in Chicago, IL. Driven by building generational wealth, her goals include helping her community achieve its financial goals through tax planning and to build a non for profit focusing on the effects of colorism in the Black community.

In addition to her tax business, she also owns a womenswear clothing boutique and online hair store. She joined QUAD’s Board of Advisors because as the mother of two-Black young men, she knows first-hand the importance of QUAD’s work and the hope it creates.

Tiffany D. Sanders
Advisory Board Member

Tiffany D. Sanders, JD, PhD is a lawyer, psychologist, speaker, and entrepreneur. She is the owner of Sanders & Associates, a clinical mental health practice providing quality mental health counseling and psychological evaluation services to children, adolescents, couples and families. She also owns Diverse Business Solutions, a boutique Human Resources company that specializes in recruitment, retention and development of top employees.

As a highly regarded and sought-after psychological expert, she has been featured on CNN’s Headline News, The Nancy Grace Show, NBC 5 Chicago News, PBS’ In the Loop, Fox’s 32 Chicago News, ABC 7 News, and WGN TV’s News and People to People. She is also a former radio personality and Commentator for WVON 1690am The Talk of Chicago. Her advice or knowledge has been featured in newspapers, magazines and websites from coast to coast including, The Chicago Tribune, Yahoo Health, FoxNews, Scholastic Parent & Child, Huffington Post, Essence and Black Enterprise Magazine. 

She engages audiences by exuding passion when she discusses controversial or hot topics in business and pop culture. She trains businesses and organizations on how to hire the right people, employee engagement, cultural competency, leadership, diversity and innovation, mental illness, and stress management.

Dr. Sanders earned her JD from University of Illinois at Chicago with a concentration in Intellectual Property, and her PhD in School Psychology from The University of Florida. She is a member of American Psychological Association, American Bar Association, the Society for Human Resource Management and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.

LaTonya Reese
Advisory Board Member

LaTonya Reese is the Owner of Wonder Woman Web Designs. She has over 10 years of website development and graphic design experience. 

LaTonya joined QUAD’s Board of Advisors because she feels Tracy’s passion for such important work and wanted to offer her expertise in any area she could to help QUAD succeed.