Affiliate Faculty, Boston University Center for Antiracist Research • Global Educator • Social Worker • Parent Coach • Mental Wellness Advocate • Publisher • Race Equity and Inclusion Expert
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Dorri C. Scott is the CEO of the WiseWOMAN; an Integrative Mental Health Wellness and Education Services practice. A seasoned college professor and lecturer, her race equity and inclusion training includes her Affiliate Faculty position at Boston University – Center for Antiracism Research founded by Dr. Ibram X. Kendi.
Often described as “inspiring”, Dorri cares, loves her work and strives daily to help her clients build stronger, meaningful relationships.
A clinical social worker, Dorri advocates to demystify the stigma surrounding mental health and supports efforts to challenge racism recently recognized by the American Medical Association as a mental health social problem.
At the intersection of race and mental health, she supports clients facing depression, anxiety, trauma, PTSD, conflict, and race/gender identity crises.
She is influenced by social work theory; the strengths based model, trauma and systems theory, cultural identity/competency theory, and research on multiculturalism, race and gender. An expert Race and Multicultural Educator and founder of the “Let’s Talk Race” Workshops and “A Parent-Coach Approach” workshops, she travels worldwide with messages of hope.
The founding publisher of a regional education magazine served a readership, 100k, ten years, she is also a best-selling author, gifted communicator and self-proclaimed “word nerd-book worm” who loves everything write.
She journals daily, writes haiku, loves yoga, hiking, and her beloved sorority Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Incorporated. Committed to social justice, she is an advocate for the greater good, volunteers in her community, and has won many awards for her entrepreneurial endeavors, community service and business acumen.
Dorri earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science at the College of NJ. She earned a Masters in Clinical Social Work from the University of Kansas and is a graduate of the Harvard Business School, Boston University. She has earned certifications in diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI), family mediation, and grief-loss counseling. A Family-Parent coach, she is completing her VA licensure social work requirements, and continues to research. The mother of two young adults, she resides in Northern VA, with her rescue dog, Fango, and lives a life of gratitude.
MEET THE TEAM
Trinette provides clients with excellent legal service because she understands and loves the law. She is who we call when we have minor matters or bet-the-company strategic deals that require firm, decisive leadership and legal expertise. Either way – she serves as a watchful, protective, trusted advisor.
She applies skills learned in 25+ years of working in complex, high-visibility Federal contracts as an attorney, on-site contractor, and procurement consultant.
She leverages the legal, business, and technical expertise gained while leading, winning, managing, and advising upon Fortune 500 firm’s Department of Defense (DoD), national security, healthcare, and aerospace sector procurements, each worth $500M+.
We trust Trinette not only because she is cleared to work in sensitive and classified environments but also because she values confidentiality.