Camber Allyship Program, Presented by KEEN

The Camber Allyship Program engages senior leaders at our Camber Partner companies who identify as male (vice president-level and above) and who identify as female (director-level and above), to build skills and deliver systemic change through a leadership exchange informed by diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) principles. This program prepares systemic change ambassadors through the acquisition of the following skills: allyship literacy, reciprocal mentoring fundamentals, gender and intersectional fluency, and effective communication with other gender-identified colleagues. Participants gain insight into the fundamentals of excellent allyship, leadership, and peer mentoring based on research and organizational best practices. This program is facilitated by Dr. Brad Johnson and Dr. David Smith, leading authors and researchers in the areas of gender in the workplace, mentoring, cross-gender allyship, professional ethics, and counseling from the United States Naval Academy and Johns Hopkins University.


Senior leader (vice president-level and above) who identifies as male.

Senior leader (director-level and above) who identifies as female.

Time commitment:

The journey includes 5.5 hours of programmed skill development as well as meeting with a reciprocal peer mentor for an average of two hours per month, for six months, (for a total of 12 additional hours). Camber skill development events include the following:

  • Allyship Lab (1.5 hours)
  • Peer Leadership Exchange 6-month Program Kickoff (1 hour)
  • Advocacy and Sponsorship Lab for Males (1 hour).
  • Allyship Lab for Females (1 hour)
  • Peer Leadership Exchange Program Graduation and Next Steps (1 hour)


  • Camber Partners: Participation is included in your annual partnership dues
  • Non-Camber Partner Female Executives: Fully sponsored participation
  • Non-Camber Partner Male Executives: $1,500 for persons who identify as male

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