The Value Series (TVS), LLC, is an African American, Women-Led, Los Angeles-based consulting firm that provides training and technical assistance (TTA) services throughout the Southern California region. As Trainers, Practitioners, Strategists, Curriculum Developers and Process Designers we provide our clients with the tools and resources necessary to sustain desired areas of change. TVS’ primary function is delivering culturally competent TTA services to nonprofit organizations that serve or seek to serve at-risk populations, and continue its work in providing expert facilitation, stakeholder engagement, and TTA on trauma-informed care and racial justice throughout the region.
TVS’ leadership team is native to Los Angeles and is comprised of consultants that offer extensive experience in Capacity Building, Diversity Equity Inclusion (DEI, and Trauma Informed Services. Individually, they have built deep community-based relationships, and collectively are committed to providing professional, effective, culturally informed, capacity-building TTA that engages, equips, and empowers. We offer competency in building and maintaining strong partnerships with elected officials, Board Members, community groups, stakeholders, and advocates.
Our collective is culturally fluent, and members have extensive experience serving Nonprofit, Faith-Based, and Corporate organizations. We employ all facets of client relations with a demonstrated ability to build and lead highly efficient teams and complete mission-critical projects on schedule and within budget. Our expertise includes identifying and addressing problematic belief patterns that negatively impact one's personal and professional performance. Practice areas are solution-focused, with a framework of sustainability. We use a team approach, and our team reflects cultural and ethnic diversity across practice domains. All services are informed by collective members based on their area of expertise.
The Value Series also hosts an Annual Women's Conference which focuses on continued development, the need to mentor emerging leaders, and attracts women of color from across the country.