Our Team

Dr. LaMont Green, DSW
Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer

Dr. LaMont Green has nearly 20 years of experience helping local communities and governments identify and dismantle the persistent drivers of inequity in human services, homelessness, housing, behavioral health, and justice systems. He has led several community-driven initiatives centered on improving systems of care for complex health and historically disenfranchised populations by harnessing social innovation to address complex social problems.

Dr. Green also brings expertise in Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) homelessness programs, inclusive human-centered design, continuous quality improvement, and implementation science. He is a nationally recognized racial equity leader and has spoken at numerous conferences to inspire action towards undoing institutional racism and other forms of oppression.

Appearances, Presentations, & Career Highlights


Evan Smith, MSEd
Co-Founder & Senior Consultant

Evan Smith is a co-founder of the Racial Equity Action Lab (REAL). He approaches racial and social justice work with an understanding that people in positions of power and privilege must act humbly and in accountability with communities most impacted by racism and oppression.

Evan's work history includes positions in state and local government, non-profits, and the public school system. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Washington in Seattle and his MSEd from The Johns Hopkins University.

William Yi
Senior Consultant

William Yi is the Founder and Principal Consultant of Hyuk Consulting. William works with communities and organizations to advance racial equity and social justice to create communities where we all belong. He brings subject matter expertise in curriculum development, technical assistance, research and implementation, and project management.

His professional experience includes local government, human services, and higher education. He received his Bachelor’s degree in American Ethnic Studies with a concentration in Asian American Studies at the University of Washington. William served on the City of Federal Way Diversity Commission and played a key role in leveraging the City’s work in advancing equitable policy.

Felicia Salcedo
Senior Consultant

Felicia Salcedo has nearly a decade of experience working to transform systems to produce more racially equitable outcomes. She has provided strategic planning, technical assistance, tools, and training to communities across the country by building authentic relationships, utilizing data to drive towards measurable results, and supporting the leadership of people with lived experience.

Felicia brings expertise in local and state government, harm reduction and substance use disorder, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) homelessness programs, and strategic communications. She is also trained in results-based facilitation.