About Us


Tracy Dunbar


I believe Human Resources and Talent Management are critical levers to achieve social justice and equity in our workplaces. In 2016, I created HR ReDefined, a consultancy focused on designing a “new workplace” grounded in the principles of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI).

I have 10+ years experience working with Fortune 50 companies in a variety of fields from Marketing to Information Technology to Corporate Philanthropy. I have worked 15+ years in the social sector, leading teams and coaching senior leaders. What I learned in these environments has helped me to understand how tactical moves combine with cultural solutions to really transform workplace culture.

At organizations like Teach For America and The Mission Continues, I developed talent management systems and workplace practices that centered the needs of team members, limited bias decision-making and fostered transparent communication. Through this work, we regularly saw higher rates of staff satisfaction, increased staff retention and better overall performance.

It is my mission to help build organizations that are diverse, equitable, and inclusive. I am driven by the passion to prove what equity and inclusion can look like─everyday─in the workplace. It is not only a moral imperative, but fair workplaces drive tangible results and create a better experience for all people. Outside of work, you can find me walking and exploring my neighborhood, watching the pros show off on The Food Network and traveling to new states to finish off my bucket list goal to visit all 50 states.

Credentials: Masters in Business Administration | Trained in Mediation Technique – NY State of Alternative Dispute Resolution and Court Improvement Programs | PHR (Professional in Human Resources) 2012 | Alumni, Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses | DEI Works Collective, Co-Founder
Pronouns & Identities: She/Her/Hers | Black Woman | Heritage in the American South | Single Parent Household | First Generation College Graduate | Christian
Privileges: US Citizenship | Able-Bodied Cis-Gendered | Neurotypical | Socio-Economic Privilege

Alicia Reyna

Alicia is an experienced strengths based talent strategist and people leader with a strong focus on creating human-centered organizations that foster belonging and well-being and have a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion. She founded Alicia Reyna Consulting to help organizations, managers, and teams identify their talents and use them as strengths to create meaningful impact in the world. With 13 years in HR working on The People Team at Teach For America and leadership serving her community as an elected school board trustee, she is passionate about creating experiences where adults learn, grow, and thrive together. She lives on the Texas-Mexico border and is a proud mother to four children ranging in ages from toddler to teenager. She is passionate about dual language education, bilingualism, and creating identity affirming workplaces and schools. She graduated from Texas A&M University with a Bachelor of Science and holds a Masters in Education in Policy, Organization, and Leadership Studies from Stanford University. She is a Gallup Certified Strengths Coach, Senior Certified Professional recognized by the Society of Human Resource Management(SHRM-SCP) and trained in Mediation for Social Justice and Restorative Dialogue.

Credentials: Gallup Certified Strengths Coach | Masters in Education from Stanford University | Society of Human Resource Management- Senior Certified Professional | Mediation for Social Justice | Lone Star Governance Specialist
Pronouns & Identities: Mexican-American Woman | She/Her/Hers | Raised in Single-Parent Household | Mother | Wife | Twin
Privileges: Able-Bodied | Cis-Gendered | Neurotypical | Citizenship Privilege | Bilingual English/Spanish

Brooke Flowers

Brooke Flowers is a seasoned non-profit executive with nearly 15 years of success building and managing initiatives and teams towards scalable and sustainable impact. Brooke launched her career at Teach For America as the Founding Director of Faith-Based Outreach. Here she honed her skills with start-up initiatives and building complex strategic partnerships to support organizational effectiveness and success.

She spent the majority of her career in the talent acquisition space working as both a front-line executive recruiter and manager of Teach For America’s Regional Talent Recruitment team. In this post, she spearheaded the redesign of the organization’s strategy for supporting approximately 50 regions through a differentiated menu of services.

Most recently, Brooke was the Founding Executive Director of OneGoal-Metro Atlanta. Overall, Brooke has in-depth experience in talent acquisition and development (hiring, on-boarding, and professional development), start-up ventures, and strategic national partnerships. She is a graduate of Duke University (B.S. Public Policy) and lives in the Metro Atlanta area with her husband and two children.

Credentials: BA Public Policy Studies - Duke University| Human Resources Professional | Non-Profit Executive Leadership Professional | Licensed Minister
Pronouns & Identities: African-American Woman| She/Her/Hers | Heritage in the American South
Privileges: Able-Bodied | Cis-Gendered | Neurotypical | Socio-Economic Privilege | Citizenship Privilege | Partnered Privilege

Ramsey Murray

Ramsey joins the HR Redefined team with over 12+ years of experience in management and people work. As the principal and owner of Ramsey Murray Consulting LLC, she’s worked with a variety of nonprofits to support performance management initiatives, team culture assessment and strategy, talent and recruitment, and development of org-wide equitable and inclusive policies and practice. Prior to venturing out on her own, she was at Teach For America from 2009 – 2018, most recently as the Deputy Chief of Staff for the national recruitment and admissions team. Ramsey has a BA in Political Science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and currently resides in Winston-Salem, NC with her husband and three children.

Credentials: B.A. in Political Science and Social and Economic Justice, Google Project Management Certification
Pronouns & Identities: Women/She/Her/Hers | White | Mother | Sister
Privileges: Able-Bodied | Cis-Gendered | Neurotypical | Socio-Economic Privilege | Partnered Privilege | Citizenship Privilege

Sarah Schulz

Sarah Schulz is an HR/Talent executive with over 20 years of experience in large and small organizations located across the country.  She is an action-oriented people systems and culture builder skilled in cultivating positive, equitable, and innovative work cultures, systems and tools that allow all employees to thrive, feel belonging, and achieve the highest possible mission-centered results.

Sarah has significant experience in leading people strategy and organizational development for large scaling national organizations as well as small, impactful local organizations.  She is a successful leader, advisor/consultant, and subject matter expert in, organizational development, total rewards, and other areas of human resources, including: workforce planning, talent acquisition, and benefits, talent retention and development, performance management, organizational culture building, DEI, change management, employee relations, policy development and implementation, and operating model design.

A graduate of Michigan State University’s Master’s program in Human Resource Management, she has dedicated most of her career in the nonprofit sector, seeking to lend her skills to organizations whose missions align with her values. From a shelter for un-homed LGBTQ+ youth to a free medical clinic to a human rights law firm to a national education nonprofit, Sarah has led all areas of Human Resources, Labor Relations, and Workforce Development.

In 2021, Sarah was proud to launch her own HR consulting initiative with the goal of reaching many more organizations and lending her skills and expertise where most needed. She is honored to work with every partner on every important project with care and excellence.

Sarah and her family live in mid-Michigan where she is actively involved in local government, politics, and community organizing and development in her free time as well as traveling, hiking and SCUBA diving.

Credentials: Masters in Human Resources with a concentration in Compensation/Total Rewards | 20+ - year HR Professional | Certified Strategic HR Business Partner | Certified in Prosci Change Management | Certified in Adaptive Schools Facilitation | Certified in Mediation
Pronouns & Identities: She/Her/Hers | White Woman | Non-Christian | Heritage in the American Midwest | Daughter of an autoworker | First Generation College Graduate | Mother of teenagers | Married to my high school sweetheart
Privileges: White | Able-Bodied Cis-Gendered | Neurotypical | Socio-Economic Privilege | Citizenship Privilege

Rina Han

Rina is Founder and CEO of Sun Han Consulting, a consulting firm that specializes in adding human capital capacity to organizations, with a focus on equity and positive people management. She began her career as a teacher before a long-time career in the nonprofit space specializing in recruitment, coaching, human resources and operations. Rina thrives on and welcomes the diverse challenges of supporting nonprofits, foundations and social impact orgs, where talent vacancies or lack of strategic capacity lead to critical challenges. It gives her joy and professional fulfillment to help others refine how they move forward with more equitable and inclusive people practices. 

Credentials: BA in Philosophy from Wesleyan University | Masters of Education from University of Hawaii at Manoa 
Pronouns & Identities: Asian-American Woman | She/Her/Hers | Mother | First Generation College Graduate | Daughter of Immigrants 
Privileges: Able-Bodied | Cis-Gendered | Neurotypical | Partnered Privilege | Citizenship Privilege