Cheré Nabor is the Executive Consultant for The Kaleidoscope Group (KG), a full service diversity and inclusion consulting firm dedicated to unlocking the human potential. Her responsibilities include leading Fortune 500 executive teams and business leaders to implement strategic inclusion and diversity solutions to increase organizational capability.
Throughout her nine years at KG, she has served a variety of clients across a number of industries. Some of the clients that Cheré has worked with include Madison Square Garden, Ohio Health, The College of American Pathology, Thrivent Financial Services, Trihealth, North Shore Country Day School, and Bentley University (in Boston MA).
Cheré has 25 years of leadership experience in diversity and inclusion management, human resources, quality management, and labor relations. She possesses the ability to provide expertise on a variety of subject matters including coaching, counseling, training, development, continuous improvement, project management, facilitating and directing cross-functional teams.
Utilizing her skills, she helps organizations create transformative strategies by connecting with them and assisting them in aligning with their mission. Cheré enjoys the use of creativity to engage people in a meaningful way.
While describing her experience at KG as her “occu-passion,” she believes that there is power in the authentic self. Prior to working at KG, Cheré served as the Chief Diversity Officer at W.W. Grainger inc. and the Senior Director of Diversity at McDonalds.
Throughout her career, she has served as a board member for the Women’s Foodservice Forum, the American Society for the Blind, the Center for Business and Economics, Elmhurst College, and Quad County Urban League. Currently, she is a member of the National Association of African Americans in Human Resources, the American Association of Christian Counselors, the American Society of Training and Development, and the Society of Human Resource Managers.
Cheré’s leadership has earned numerous awards including the “Human Resources Excellence Award,” from McDonalds and the “Black and Hispanic Achievers Award,” from YMCA of Metropolitan Chicago and Chicago Tribune.
Cheré’s education includes undergraduate studies at the University of Detroit in Business Administration and graduate studies at DePaul
University in Organizational Leadership and Communications. She is certified in Change Management, Quality Management, Diversity Practitioning, and Co-Active Coaching. Outside of work, she enjoys art and reading. She currently resides in West Bloomfield, Michigan.