I’m Krystle Cobran, and I create brave human conversations about race that are all about you. Not my ego.
(or my personal opinions).
Too many people feel forgotten. Lonely. All alone.
That’s not OK with me.
That’s why I help you transform difficult conversations into connection and belonging.
I’m a trained attorney (GW Law, passed the bar in the Commonwealth of Virginia), worked as a judicial law clerk (Superior Court of the District of Columbia), hold a master of public policy (College of William and Mary), and have created, developed, and taught two (2) university courses at the intersection of race and the law to undergrads at a flagship public state university.
I am currently writing a book for K-12 teachers (available for pre-sale Spring 2019), pitching a new nonfiction book with my literary agent, run The Space Between Us™ podcast, and I’m working on pitching a new nonfiction book (with my literary agent).
I create brave conversations that build connection.
No secret, hidden agenda.
I’m here for the journey.
I abhor lecturing. In my soul.
That’s why all of my work is driven by real conversation.
It begins with listening.
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