Intercultural Talk Expands Strategic Partnership with Executive Diversity Services, Inc. 

Intercultural Talk has long been known for its work in the intercultural arena, from managing major, city-wide festivals attracting multicultural audiences, like First Night Evanston and the Hyde Park Jazz Festival, to providing multilingual communications strategies and collateral for the likes of Truman College, to providing English writing coaching for senior executives who are non-native English speakers (IT owner Deanna Shoss is multilingual, speaking Portuguese, Spanish and English.)



"World-class expertise, bottom line impact."


As a Strategic Partner with world renowned Executive Diversity Services, Intercultural Talk can connect clients to global diversity and inclusion training, along with best practices in valuing diversity, managing a diverse workforce and serving a diverse clientele."


​Learn more about Executive Diversity Services.





It's an intercultural world.


Intercultural Marketing 

Diversity and Inclusion

In this age of instant messaging, twitter and cell phone cameras, an ongoing history of distrust primarily in Black and Latino communities continues to grow. The ability to build better community relations in this current environment is crucial to better serve communities.

One way to address the challenges police officers face around cultural differences is to provide them with a training program that focuses on problem solving and conflict resolution across cultures. 

Read the full story and register for the conference at mspce.com.

Challenges in Policing Diverse Communities

Intercultural Talk to present with Executive Diversity Services at the Midwest Police & Security Conference/Expo on August 16.


"All of our workplace training, consulting and organizational development services are directed toward expanding the value of cultural diversity within companies, among their employees and towards their customers. Our servcies are designed to add value to a company's bottom line by creating a more stable, creative and efficient workplace."


- Elmer Dixon, President

​ Executive Diversity Services