“What would an accomplice do?” I hope you consistently ask yourself  that question at every turn after you read this book. —Seena Hodges


Seena Hodges' new book helps you embrace action, challenge white supremacy, and navigate your workplace and beyond with a profound understanding of how racism shapes the lives of everyone around you. 

Readers love it!

Amy Langer's review about Seena Hodges book "From Ally to Accomplice"
Amy Langer
Co-founder and former owner of Salo LLC  

“Perfect for anyone who has heard themselves saying ‘I don’t know where to start’ or ‘I’m worried about getting it wrong’. The information is authentic, practical, and tangible. Transformation is possible and this book will help you understand, learn, and move to action. You can hear Seena Hodges’ strong yet kind voice through her powerful stories and examples, which creates a safe and vulnerable foundation for the journey forward.”
John Christakos' review about Seena Hodges book "From Ally to Accomplice"
John Christakos
Co-founder and CEO of Blu Dot
“We are committed to DEIAA work because it’s the right thing to do, both personally and professionally. From a business perspective, I’ve always been convinced that with more diverse voices at our tables, we make better decisions and we become a stronger company—and a more dynamic and fun place to work!”
David Wilson's review about Seena Hodges book "From Ally to Accomplice"
David Wilson
Managing Partner at Commutator LLC
"I wasn’t expecting a self-help book on racism to be a page-turner, but Seena Hodges shares profound expertise and wisdom in such an engaging and straightforward way that it’s hard not to read it cover to cover. And at the end of it, the case for becoming an accomplice fighting racism is compelling, and the path forward is clear. This book will change the hearts, minds, and actions of all who read it.”
Amanda Brinkman's review about Seena Hodges book "From Ally to Accomplice"
Amanda Brinkman
CEO of Sunshine Studios
“As leaders we need to do the work to understand how to not settle for just ‘Diversity and Inclusion,’ but to actively dismantle racism in our organizations and society. This must-read guide contains everything you need to know if you want to lead as a fierce antiracist.”
D. Ellen Wilson review about Seena Hodges book "From Ally to Accomplice"
D. Ellen Wilson
Fortune 20 HR Executive (retired)
“It takes practice and courage to truly create and unleash the power of diversity in our lives. From Ally to Accomplice educates through a historical lens and empathizes with the understanding that each of us has our own set of life experiences . . . yet never lets us off the hook. Seena gives us the tools, the language, and the practical framework to elevate our awareness and confidence to make a difference.”
Dave Murphy's review about Seena Hodges book "From Ally to Accomplice"
Dave Murphy
President & CEO of Lind Electronics
"A must read for anyone who strives to lead, From Ally to Accomplice is a manual for how to really be the accomplice so many of us think we already are. The tests of leadership are never easy, and Seena Hodges challenges us all to truly reflect on what it means to stand up to racism instead of standing by.” 
Maurice Blanks' review about Seena Hodges book "From Ally to Accomplice"
Maurice Blanks
Co-founder and COO of Blu Dot
“From Ally to Accomplice is nothing short of transformational. We see things differently and act differently, with an informed purpose that we didn’t have before.”
Tracy Nielsen's review about Seena Hodges book "From Ally to Accomplice"
Tracy Nielsen
Executive Director of HandsOn Twin Cities
“Powerful, practical, and solid advice on how to approach the vast and complex topics of DEIA with confidence. Seena Hodges’ expertise will change the way you think about everything, from day-to-day thoughts and actions to your professional life—no matter your position or industry. It’s a must-read that you will find yourself going back to again and again.”

An essential for every company and individual transitioning to a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive culture

This book is an inviting and even joyful DEIAA (Diversity, equity, inclusivity, antiracism, and accessibility) program that doesn’t avoid hard truths and guides readers to become Accomplices.

You will learn to

  • ✔︎  See unconscious bias
  • ✔︎  Engage in difficult conversations
  • ✔︎  Challenge norms to fight inequity
  • ✔︎  Create inclusive environments 
  • ✔︎  Become a fierce antiracist

Start your company's "From Ally to Accomplice" Book Club

Includes 12 Books and a club kit with questions and prompts to guide the discussion



Seena Hodges, Founder and CEO of The Woke Coach®, has spent her career advocating for historically underrepresented communities and training individuals and leaders to use their positions of privilege to create lasting change.

Business and organizations

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