B2B & B2C
mission, teams & projects
Elsz & O integrates niche business solutions that diversify and reimagine cultural landscapes, corporate ventures, and non-profit sustainability. Our implementation methods include developing community ecosystems of learning, creating, and growing through visual art installations, racial equity consultations, keynote speaking, and community engagement. We uplift personhood and production that navigates systems-thinking from start to project completion. We welcome our collaborators to feel no need to "code switch" while we collectively move the needle forward.
our whole commitment to achieve our whole goals requires our whole selves
Thank you so much for your presentation. You helped us achieve the biggest, most diverse, most successful GIS Day to date! We are honored to have your work leading the way in our community and we look forward to many more collaborations!
In deep gratitude...
Director, Center for Geographic Information Sciences
GIS Research Coordinator of the Center for GIS
University of Louisville
You all were wonderful. Thanks for your thoughtful, challenging & eloquent insights, views and statements.
Panel Discussion in Collaboration with
Duckworks Inc. Production
Morgan Atkinson , Filmmaker
This is absolutely gorgeous...
Thank you Marlesha for including me. It's special and
I am honored to work with you.
Anita Palmer / GIS ETC
In Collaboration with
National Geographic Society
& 2892 Miles to Go
We would once again like to thank you for your continued support & dedication to making our event last night a success. The conversation that you created was both amazing & necessary for many of the students in attendance.
In terms of feedback, we want to emphasize that we were very satisfied with your involvement in the event.
Your contribution of marketing materials was extremely helpful in our effort to introduce you to our attendees before and during the event. Your speech was engaging & informative, and you did an amazing job of guiding the Q+A portion to encourage more thought from the students.
Equality and Justice Committee Co-director
University of Louisville - Engage Lead Serve Board
What a great night it was at the George J Howe Red Barn starring our fabulous guest speaker Marlesha Woods! She gave us an enlightening speech that left us pondering about how art is heavily involved in everyone's lives.
Society of Porter Scholars - University of Louisville
Your art is SO beautiful. I'm sure I've said that before, but it is.
Michelle Tyrene Johnson
Associate Producer of "In Conversation" talk show| WFPL
Terrific! I truly appreciate you taking the time & raising consciousness on Forward Radio!
I look forward to hosting more conversations like this!
Dr. Justin Mog
Sustainability Now - Forward Radio
You are AMAZING!
Root Cause Research Center
Marlesha is dropping FACTS in our Counterculture issue!
Thanks so much for this beautiful contribution. So much of what you wrote resonates with me and I'm sure it will with other readers.
I can't thank you enough for making the program so meaningful in Louisville!
Neighborhood Associates Corporation
...Thank you for leading our Patch Parents meeting last night. The parents really enjoyed the art project, and it was so nice to see families working together on art and spending time together. We appreciate all the work you put into preparing the activity/project.
Manager, Counseling and
Cabbage Patch Settlement House
Thank you for helping to bring such a meaningful conversation to KMAC. I've not only learned a lot... about issues related to medical and racial injustice that are crucial for us to hear and work through. Your critical eye & voice were vital to the program. I really appreciated the entire vision for the event.
You are a very good speaker and I'm glad we got the chance to work together.
Curatorial Director | KMAC Museum
The panel was magnificent. So blessed!!Thank you Marlesha. It was a wonderful event. Grandmother Campbell has a Voice now. You are such a blessing to the world...This is so powerful!
Marlesha is such a fantastic Soul.
Dr. Renee Campbell
It was a great event. I hope to see more that address this important issue.
Kentucky Foundation for Women
Thank you so much for giving me the opportunity to speak out and - more importantly - to listen
Marcie Timmerman, MHA
Out of the Void: Panel Discussion Honoring Mrs. Ada Doss Campbell
I’m so grateful for all you’ve done in keeping us moving forward…We are thankful for your time and helpful feedback on how the organization can grow & develop.
You were brilliant.
Dr. Crystal Cullerton-Sen
Founder & Director
The Compassion Museum
Minneapolis, MN - Twin Cities
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