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Dr. Nikole Hollins-Sims is a systems level thinker with a love for consultation. As a school psychologist by training, she finds that transforming educational ecosystems can be some of the most rewarding experiences in servant-leadership. Dr. Hollins-Sims' experiences in educational systems and as a leader primes her for supporting others seeking their place in leading for sustainable change. Dr. Hollins-Sims looks forward to connecting with you and creating conditions for thriving and success.
Mission & Vision
Our mission is to influence and impact individuals, collaboratives, organizations and communities through consultative supports grounded in promoting systems level thinking.
Our vision is to cultivate professional learning and development where invested partners are able to thrive and sustain effective practices.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
Associate Director, Coalition for Educational Equity at PennGSE
“Dr. Nikole Hollins-Sims has been a vital collaborator in our work across Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware. She has been a thought-partner on systems-change work, a collaborator on regional convenings, and an persistent champion for educators and school districts working towards equitable outcomes for their students.”
Kamonta' Heidelburg, Ph.D., Professor
"Dr. Nikole Hollins-Sims and Hollins-Sims Consultation are monumental to the professional learning and advocacy needed to promote equitable outcomes, particularly at the system level. The expertise and passion for leading sustainable change are inspirational to all educators seeking to create positive results for students in schools."
Eric Hagarty ,
Former Secretary of Education, Pennsylvania
“In my time as Secretary of Education, Dr. Hollins-Sims was someone I turned to every day to help me develop a departmental culture rooted in equity, inclusion, and belonging, while she simultaneously inspired policymakers to ensure those same values were reflected in our external work that impacted millions of learners in K-12 schools, higher education, early childhood settings, and libraries.”