Matthew Freeman, president, TMI
S1-F Talk Through the Hand: Using an Audience Response System to Enhance Your D&I Practice
About Matthew Freeman, president, TMI
Matthew Freeman specializes in designing and implementing diversity and inclusion strategies for business, government, and community organizations.
Matthew is a facilitator and trainer with over 10 years experience working on race and diversity issues, civic engagement, and organizational development. He has pioneered the use of cutting-edge audience response technology to make group conversations more productive and participatory. Matthew has published numerous articles on the subject, including “Using keypad polling to make meetings more productive, educational, and participatory” in the National Civic Review. Matthew has worked with a diverse roster of clients, including the University of Richmond, Leadership Metro Richmond, the National Institutes of Health, the University of South Dakota,and the Maryland National Capital Parks and Planning Commission. Matthew is among the elite facilitators selected to teach a course on dialogue at an International Peace Builder’s conference in Caux, Switzerland.