Our Mission

Guiding Non-Profit Professionals through high level Training, Coaching, and Professional Development that is customized exclusively for each organization and their stakeholders.

The Renew Grant

The Renew Grant Reimbursement Program Designed for professionals in leadership roles, this Renew Grant Training session is led by our CEO and Founder, Adriana Vaccaro. Adriana has helped CEOs, Owners, Presidents, and other professionals in leadership positions determine and implement strategies to build their dream teams. Throughout this program, participants will learn, create, and establish:

  • Employee Value Proposition
  • Culture Blueprint
  • Behavioral Drives
  • Forces of Disengagement
  • DEI (Diversity, Equity, Inclusion)
  • Talent Attraction and Retention

Participants will have the opportunity to partake in interactive assignments, including case study and turnover cost analysis and collaborative culture brainstorming sessions.

Developing your employees and workplace can be a significant investment. This is a great opportunity to invest in your company’s culture through professional training at little or no cost. Follow the link below. We’ll email you a link and a simple guide to apply for the grant.

You’ll be on your way to a more effective, intentional, and inclusive company culture in no time.

Apply for, and learn more about, our Renew Grant

Meet the Team

Adriana Vaccaro

Adriana Vaccaro, Culture Strategist

Adriana is the CEO and Founder of Culture Redesigned.

She specializes in helping companies build winning teams that deliver on their goals. Rather than traditional consulting techniques, her company uses Behavioral Science Data to align Human Capital with Business Results.

Adriana is an experienced Human Resources leader, her areas of expertise include employee engagement, DEI strategy, change management, and training and development.

Adriana is passionate about diversity and inclusion as drivers of economic growth. She leads multiple local initiatives empowering minorities and diverse ethnic groups to embrace the American Dream.

Born in Colombia and naturalized citizen of the United States, Adriana earned a Bachelor of Science in Marketing and Advertising and a Master of Business Administration from Nichols College.

She is a Senior Certified Professional by the Society of HR Management, Certified Executive Coach, Six Sigma Black Belt, Certified PI Partner, and member of the Delta Mu Delta honor society of International Business.

Adriana firmly believes in creating workplaces where everyone can develop an authentic sense of inclusion and belonging.


Andrew Melendez, Partner

Andrew Melendez is the Latino Economic Development Corporation, Director. Their mission is to connect the states’ 30,000 Latino businesses to capital investments and grants, advocacy of policies that directly impacts the Latino economic development in the Commonwealth and providing a hotline that coaches business owners to grow and succeed. This is done by coordinating partnerships throughout the Commonwealth to work with Latino Business Leadership organizations that are doing the work in their respective communities.

In his last role, he was tasked to help lead PFC and its affiliates as the Chief Advancement Officer, ensuring processes were put in place to help continue the growth of PFC – which manages 4 non-profits with an annual revenue of 80 million dollars. He recently was the Western MA Director for the Associated Industries of Massachusetts, the largest business association in Massachusetts, having over 700 members in his region supporting the businesses with labor law, HR, and connecting them with their advocates on Beacon Hill. The 700+ members under Melendez brought in $4.3 million dollars in membership dues, and he was able to retain and grow membership during the pandemic when other membership organizations were struggling. Also, his former experience as an Executive Director, and Director of Diversity and Inclusion, at the YMCA prepared him to understand community needs in Western Massachusetts and Greater Boston.

Andrew supervised 500 employees across 52 schools and was the union representative at the Springfield Public Schools Central Office. From 2007 to 2011 he grew a small non-profit focusing on individualized mentoring from 10 tutors and 10 students, with a budget of $50,000, to 200 tutors and 200 students with a budget of $750,000 as the Program Director at the age of 22.