Consider The Culture

Consider the Culture Enlightening the World through Anthropology GET IN TOUCH Achieve Your Goals We provide a broad range
of services to help organizations achieve
their vision
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Achieve Your Goals We provide a broad range
of services to help organizations achieve their vision
GET IN TOUCH
Consider the Culture Enlightening the World
through Anthropology
GET IN TOUCH

Consider the Culture, is a full service educational and community engagement firm specializing in community outreach and cultural education; focused on aligning institutional goals with community goals.

Consider the Culture, is a full service educational and community engagement firm specializing in community outreach and cultural education; focused on aligning institutional goals with community goals.

Consider the Culture

Consider the Culture exists to solve the critical issues facing our clients, both large and small. Our unique approach is not only what differentiates us, but also what makes us successful.

We provide a broad range of services and solutions to help organizations facilitate change, achieve their vision and optimize performance and productivity; offering specialized services:
Consider the Culture exists to solve the critical issues facing our clients, both large and small. Our unique approach is not only what differentiates us, but also what makes us successful.

We provide a broad range of services and solutions to help organizations facilitate change, achieve their vision and optimize performance and productivity; offering specialized services:
Consider the Culture exists to solve the critical issues facing our clients, both large and small. Our unique approach is not only what differentiates us, but also what makes us successful. We provide a broad range of services and solutions to help organizations facilitate change, achieve their vision and optimize performance and productivity; offering specialized services:

“During my tenure at Fayetteville State University I discovered what I truly want to do. When I introduced anthropology to my students, I had a revelation. I loved teaching those students. I witnessed my students become enlightened through anthropology and I thought it was important to share with larger audiences.” – Dr. Alisha Winn

“During my tenure at Fayetteville State University I discovered what I truly want to do. When I introduced anthropology to my students, I had a revelation. I loved teaching those students. I witnessed my students become enlightened through anthropology and I thought it was important to share with larger audiences.” – Dr. Alisha Winn

Services

What We Do

  • Ethnographic Research – Participant Observation, Interviews, other Research Methods
  • Identification and Education about Culturally-Specific Beliefs and Practices of Community and Perceptions
  • Hands-On Outreach Training
  • Historic Preservation in Communities & Collections

Achieve Your Goals

  • Workshops, training, and advisement in community, religious, governmental, and educational institutions through anthropology (cultural, linguistics, archaeology, & biological) and local history
  • Museums: Archival Collection Training and Assistance
  • Youth Heritage Education
  • Community Engagement
  • Public and Motivation Speaking
  • Oral History and Anthropology Training for Youth

What We Do

• Ethnographic Research – Participant Observation, Interviews, other Research Methods

• Identification and Education about Culturally-Specific Beliefs and Practices of Community and Perceptions

• Hands-On Outreach Training

Historic Preservation in Communities & Collections

Achieve Your Goals

• Workshops, training, and advisement in community, religious, governmental, and educational institutions through anthropology (cultural, linguistics, archaeology, & biological) and local history

• Museums: Archival Collection Training and Assistance

• Youth Heritage Education

• Community Engagement

• Consultation

• Public and Motivation Speaking

• Oral History and Anthropology Training for Youth

What We Do

● Ethnographic Research - Participant Observation, Interviews, other Research Methods
● Identification and Education about Culturally-Specific Beliefs and Practices of Community and Perceptions
● Hands-On Outreach Training
● Historic Preservation in Communities & Collections



Achieve Your Goals

● Workshops, training, and advisement in community, religious, governmental, and educational institutions through anthropology (cultural, linguistics, archaeology, & biological) and local history
● Museums: Archival Collection Training and Assistance
● Youth Heritage Education
● Community Engagement
● Consultation
● Public and Motivation Speaking to Youth
● Oral History and Anthropology Training for Youth

What We Do

● Ethnographic Research - Participant Observation, Interviews, other Research Methods
● Identification and Education about Culturally-Specific Beliefs and Practices of Community and Perceptions
● Evaluating Agency Implementation Plans
● Weekly or monthly Evaluation
Reports; Hands-On Outreach Training
● Scheduling and Progress Tracking
● Site Meetings and Facilitation
● Documents Evaluation and Modification.

Museums: Archival Collection Training and Assistance

● Spady Cultural Heritage Museum, Delray Beach, FL
● Carter G. Woodson African American Museum, St. Petersburg, FL
● Herndon Home Museum, Atlanta, GA

Achieve Your Goals

Workshops, training, and advisement in community, religious, governmental, and educational institutions through anthropology (cultural, linguistics, archaeology, & biological) and local history.
● Historic Preservation in Communities & Collections
● Youth Heritage Education
● Community Engagement
● Consultation
● Public and Motivation Speaking to Youth
● Oral History and Anthropology Training for Youth

About Dr. Winn

Alisha R. Winn, Ph.D. is an applied cultural anthropologist whose research and work include space and place, identity, race, class, historic preservation in communities, historic African American insurance companies, heritage education for youth, and oral histories.

She received her Ph.D. from the University of SouthFlorida in Applied  Anthropology, MA in Anthropology (Georgia State University), BA in Anthropology (Florida Atlantic University), and a BA in Sociology (Bethune Cookman University)
Alisha R. Winn, Ph.D. is an applied cultural anthropologist whose research and work include space and place, identity, race, class, historic preservation in communities, historic African American insurance companies, heritage education for youth, and oral histories.

She received her Ph.D. from the University of South Florida in Applied Anthropology, MA in Anthropology (Georgia State University), BA in Anthropology (Florida Atlantic University), and a BA in Sociology (Bethune-Cookman University).

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