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We use research and best practices.

A workplace has many dimensions, unique in the same way as the individuals that work there. We include human resource management; diversity, equity, and inclusion; organizational psychology, finance, and leadership expertise to address the organization. We find paths to creating an inclusive environment where employees can thrive. We believe it starts with asking the question, "How do you work best?" and by creating an environment where your employees and candidates feel safe to say, "I work best when..."

Our perspective is different.

We address all clients and projects with the highest integrity and honesty while still providing discreet conversations about difficult topics. We are passionate about all workers but are distinctive as a workplace inclusion consultant. We understand the challenges, barriers, and enablers for a wider group of cognitively diverse workers that are often disregarded or overlooked by other consultancies.

We are here. How can we help?

Our expertise is one that is needed today in the complex equation of employee well-being and company motivations. We believe we are in the ideal position to guide your organization on the path to workplace inclusion.

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Tiffany Jameson, MBA, PHR

Managing Partner, Founder

International Neurodiversity Speaker

LinkedIn Learning Instructor

Ironman Triathlete


Doctorate in Organizational Psychology, Candidate

Certificate in Diversity & Inclusion, Cornell


Professional in Human Resource

Master in Business Administration: Accounting, Finance, e-Business Strategy

Bachelor of Science, Computer Information Systems, Departmental Honors

Society for Industrial-Organizational Psychology

American Psychological Association

Society for Human Resource Management

PIHRA Member, South Orange County

Chapman University Transition Initiative

Co-founder NDGiFTS Movement 

Nicole Seaward, MS

Director of Research

Nicole is an Autistic advocate and a member of the Asperger Autism Network (AANE) Speakers' Bureau. 


She combines her educational background with personal experiences as an Autistic person to participate in panel discussions, mentor Autistic women, and support disabled job seekers.


Nicole is an expert on accommodations and the successful inclusion of neurodivergent people in the workplace. She focuses on improving wellbeing and leadership by communicating how it impacts job satisfaction, engagement, and productivity. Nicole is skilled in performing job analyses, organizational process mapping, and creating multi-learner documents and training that increase engagement and productivity.


She is an experienced researcher who writes white papers, case studies, and updated job descriptions to support inclusion and retention. Nicole assists business leaders through successful change management, decision-making, leadership development and guides job developers on maximizing client success and making lasting connections with employers. 


As part of grit & flow Nicole has developed training for Amazon, the State Council on Developmental Disabilities, Los Angeles Unified School District, AANE, and more. 



Master of Science in Industrial-Organizational Psychology

Bachelor of Art in Psychology



Ivan Stanojković, MA

Director of Training & Marketing

For the past decade Ivan has focused on being an ally to the disabled community. His experience ranges from serving as a Behavior Therapist at home and school, Adjunct Instructor at Community Colleges and as a Project Manager for identifying, developing and implementing services for the disabled community, both in educational settings (K-12 - adult education) and community settings.

He has also built and implemented several successful job preparation and job training programs.

He is also on the Leadership Team for the Orange County Local Partnership Agreement (OCLPA)


Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology

Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology


Michael Aronsson

Inclusion Consultant

Michael’s experience spans political campaigns, marketing, consumer insights, and assisting with neuroscience. His political experience centered on leading, developing, and scaling teams; process improvement; strengthening culture; outreach; and mobilization. He prioritized building more equitable systems and practices.

Before politics, Michael worked in marketing and consumer insights. During his spare time, he assisted with neuroscience research on traumatic brain injury, empathy, and emotional regulation at NYU Langone Medical Center.

Mike’s ADHD and dyslexia as assets for creative problem solving, and is passionate about helping organizations unleash the untapped potential of neurodiversity.

He now works as an inclusion consultant at
grit & flow, where he works to help create a more equitable and inclusive workspace.

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