Susana Rinderle Consulting

Areas of Expertise: Collaboration, Communications, Marketing, Human Resources, Program Development, Translation, Interpretation
Geographic Service Area: Statewide, National
Additional Languages Spoken: Spanish
Diversity Experience: Hispanic/Latino, African American, Asian/Pacific Islander, American Indian or Alaska Native, Immigrant and Refugee, LGBT Organizations
Diversity Summary:

As an organization dedicated primarily to diversity and inclusiveness work (in multiple states in the U.S. as well as 4 other countries to date), we have extensive experience collaborating with the communities listed, as well as assisting organizations and individuals working in or with those communities in nonprofit, healthcare, education and the corporate sectors.

Experience with Training and Speaking: Yes
Description of Training and Speaking Experience:

Diversity and inclusiveness, unconscious bias, effective leadership, effective communication (in a variety of contexts - with consumers, partners, the public, leaders to employees etc.), and conflict management

About Us:

Susana Rinderle, M.A., is an Albuquerque-based trainer, coach, facilitator and consultant. She helps people communicate effectively across differences, and she equips organizations to create inclusive environments where brilliance and excellence flourish.

A native of Los Angeles, Susana has 40 years of personal experience navigating differences, and 20+ years of professional diversity experience in multiple sectors in the U.S. and Mexico, including nonprofit, education, performing arts, corporate and healthcare.

Susana was the co-founder and first Manager of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion for University of New Mexico Hospitals. She holds a B.A. in sociology from UCLA and an M.A. in intercultural communication from UNM, and studied at UNAM in Mexico City.

Susana was featured at TEDxABQ 2012 speaking on "Diversity is Necessary for Human Evolution". She is a regular blogger for Diversity Executive Magazine, and her work has also appeared in Diversity Best Practices. She has also published articles on topics related to diversity, Mexico and U.S. Latinos in academic journals as well as commercial publications.

What We Do:


We envision a world where every person has access to all the knowledge and skills necessary to live healthy, happy lives.


We facilitate human evolution. We guide individuals and organizations to be their best selves in complex and diverse environments, generating results beyond their wildest expectations:
• We’re ending racism and sexism by helping good people turn good intentions into positive impacts.
• We equip teams and organizations to create inclusive environments where brilliance and excellence flourish.
• We coach change agents, leaders and creatives to higher levels of brilliance, effectiveness and happiness.
• We provide (innovative, action-oriented, fun!) training, coaching, facilitation and consulting, primarily in diversity & inclusiveness, unconscious bias, effective communication and powerful leadership.

How We Work:

We take all clients through some degree of assessment, recommendations, delivery and evaluation.

For details, see

Our Portfolio:

Local client organizations include Albuquerque Healthcare for the Homeless, Pueblo of Isleta, Bosque School, Bernalillo County Place Matters, UNM, CNM and New Mexico Translators and Interpreters Association.

See testimonials and list of selected clients at

Years of Experience:

Over 25 years of experience in my field.

Percentage of client base that are in New Mexico: Less than 20%
Percentage of client base that are nonprofits: Less than 20%
Accreditations and Professional Affiliations:

B.A. in sociology (race, ethnicity, social stratification emphasis) from UCLA
M.A. in intercultural communication from UNM
C.P.C. (Certified Professional Coach), trained at Leadership That Works

For additional affiliations, see

Address: 111 Alvarado Drive SE #8096, Albuquerque, NM 87198
Phone: (505) 980-3320


Inclusion in this directory does not represent an endorsement by the Center for Nonprofit Excellence, United Way of Central New Mexico. The consultants listed are responsible for their own listings. We strongly advise you to perform due diligence before hiring a consultant, including checking references.

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