An Unintentional Accomplice:
A Personal Perspective on White Responsibility
by Carolyn L. Baker, M.Ed.
About the Author
CAROLYN L. BAKER who had a thirty-year executive career in nonprofit settings as wide-ranging as Skid Row in downtown Los Angeles to the Clinton Global Initiative, Today, Baker continues her work as a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) consultant. Formerly an adjunct professor in the community college systems, Baker earned a graduate degree in Educational Psychology with a specialization in Organizational Development from Northern Arizona University. The author lives in her native Los Angeles where she is a grandmother, musician, hiker, blogger, and Guest Columnist for the Los Angeles Free Press. Her monthly e-newsletter is dedicated to helping ensure safety, respect, and dignity for all people. Baker is personally committed to doing more to provide education for her clients to better serve diverse communities,; better support her diverse clients; bring diverse voices into the spotlight; improve the hiring processes to bring on more diverse employees; and sharing and celebrating all that makes us unique. .Baker is proud to be challenging the status quo along with the multi-cultural authors of the black and brown female-led 2Leaf Press. An Unintentional Accomplice is her first book.