Sea Potential

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What we do

Sea Potential cultivates a full cycle of Black Indigenous People Of Color representation in maritime. Through healing activities and ocean justice conversations, we focus on fostering youth appreciation and connection to marine ecosystems, in addition to transforming the maritime industry with inclusive workplace culture.

Authenticity

We value creating safe spaces for BIPOC to be their authentic selves; spaces that genuinely promote representation over assimilation. Being authentic means living your truth and encouraging others to do the same.

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Growth

We know from nature that diverse ecosystems produce better; it’s important to recognize that honoring diversity of perspective is critical to the growth and evolution of our society as well. We value uplifting the experiences and knowledge of BIPOC as well as cultivating spaces for healing so that we can grow individually, organizationally, systemically, and so forth.

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Community

A strong community seeks to understand the perspective of all of its members, and understands that there is no separating ecological community from human community. Sea Potential values fostering heart-based connections, strengthening cross-cultural understanding, and expanding opportunity awareness. When everyone feels seen, heard, and valued, it leads to a space that supports and uplifts individuals in all circumstances, and that is when you find community.

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Curiosity

We encourage those we engage with to ask questions, challenge the process, and unveil the intersectionality of life’s happening. Curiosity sparks creativity, and our most pressing issues require creative solutions. Most importantly, a curious mind finds excitement in the life-long commitment to learning.

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Consulting for Inclusive Workplace Culture

Services

We work with companies looking to incorporate more diversity into the maritime industry and workforce.

Free Consultation

Get started with a free consultation to learn about what we do and if its a good fit for your business.

Resources

We provide tools and resources to help others succeed independently.

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"I felt it provided me an overall holistic approach on how to connect/interact/problem solve with a mentee or another mentor as well as others that I care about and work with in my life. It was well worth my time as a parent, mentor and pilot."

"Incredibly useful. Many trainings skim the surface. This one was tailored to our unique questions and experiences which allowed for deeper learning. I was inspired not only by the activities and resources provided but also by how well Ebony and Savannah embody what they teach. In a world where heartfelt connection is rarely prioritized in working environments, it is a powerfully immersive learning experience to feel what it is like."

- Consulting Client Feedback

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Our Programs:

Seaside & Maritime Experiences

Sea Potential cultivates a full cycle of Black Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC) representation in maritime. Through healing activities and ocean justice conversations, we focus on fostering youth appreciation and connection to marine ecosystems, in addition to transforming the maritime industry with inclusive workplace culture.

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Programs for Ages 12-14

Inspiring young minds with mind-opening experiences about marine biology at the seashore or field trips onboard marine vessels.

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Programs for Ages 15-18

We offer hands-on outdoor experiences for older youth who are considering their future employment and educational opportunities.

Community Programs

Pod Pop Ups and occasional adult programming are opportunities for BIPOC community members to nurture relationships to water, explore career paths and strengthen community bonds.

Youth Program Participant

“There was a lot of community building and laughter. It was just really fun over all.”

Youth Program Participant

“Those days were really fun and chill but we also learned a lot."

Parent - Get Into It: Maritime!

“This has been the first time (ever and I mean EVER) that [my son] has been excited to do something/anything out of his comfort zone.”

Youth Participant - Sharp Sisters

“This week is about getting out and trying new things. It might seem boring at times, but with the help of the staff and the emotional support you will make it through. Just have fun and be you!”

Parent - Get Into It: Maritime!

“I liked the hands-on learning experiences and creative freedom in activities.”

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