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About EnVision Change

EnVision Change Consulting was founded in 2011 by Anna Gonzalez, Leslie Morrow, and Ross Wantland to empower individuals and organizations to develop systems of access, diversity, and equity. With over 50 years of combined educational and consulting experience, EnVision Change Consulting has the solutions for you.  Read more about our consultants or learn about our guiding values and mission.


Anna GonzalezAnna Gonzalez, PhD
Anna Gonzalez is the Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign (UIUC). Before coming to UIUC, she served as Associate Dean of Students at UC Irvine. and was also the director of the first multicultural center of its kind in the University of California system. Anna sailed three times with Semester at Sea -Summer ’01, Fall ’07, and the 2011 “Maymester” Voyage.  Anna’s career portfolio includes enhancing co-curricular lives of students with particular emphasis on diversity and multiculturalism and providing programs and services that create an inclusive and affirming campus. Anna serves on various national boards including chairing the NASPA Undergraduate Fellows Program, chairing the NASPA Region IV-E Conference, and being the Secretary/Treasurer for the Association for Asian American Studies. When not working, Anna spends time traveling with her partner, August, and their 2-year old Japanese Chin, Rafa.  She received her undergraduate degree at Loyola Marymount University and her Ph.D. from Claremont Graduate University.


Leslie Morrow, MS
Leslie self-identifies as a queer woman of color and advocate for change. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Political Science and a master’s in College Student Personnel, both from Miami University. Leslie brings a history of intersectional and on- and off-campus coalition work, challenging normative assumptions surrounding gender and sexual identity. Leslie works on a variety of committees at the University of Illinois, many of which are devoted to diversity and social justice seeking to eradicate homophobia, biphobia, transphobia and heterosexism. Leslie is also involved nationally and is the current anti-racism chair for the National Consortium of Higher Education LGBT Resource Professionals.


Ross WantlandRoss Wantland, EdM
Ross Wantland is a farm-raised social justice and violence prevention educator. He is currently the Assistant Director in the Office of Inclusion and Intercultural Relations at the University of Illinois where he coordinates social justice and diversity programs. Prior to this, he worked for eight years as the Coordinator of Sexual Assault Education at the University of Illinois' Women's Resources Center, where he created several violence prevention programs focused on community-building and engaging men. He lives in Champaign, Illinois with his partner, their beautiful child, and one ornery cat.