Maine Intercultural Communication Consultants (Maine Intercultural) is a for-profit consulting firm that offers training for schools and businesses that promotes critical race theory-aligned ideas. It advocates for business and school to set equity standards.  
Founded in 2015, Maine Intercultural Communication Consultants is a far-left consulting firm based in Portland, Maine  that advocates for employers to prioritize diversity in hiring and set equity standards. 
Maine Intercultural promotes identity politics and states that white people need to overcome their so-called “whiteness” biases. It is also a staunch supporter of the Black Lives Matter movement and has drafted statements for companies advocating support for the movement. 
Maine Intercultural Communication Consultants offers single training sessions as well as a six-to-nine-month training program. It offers a four-hour course on cultural differences and a two-and-a-half-hour course on Islam. Both are designed to assist trainees in overcoming their alleged bias against other cultures and identity groups. 
Maine Intercultural requires organizations interested in its services to take the Intercultural Development Inventory,  a test that assesses the extent to which individuals and organizations are able to overcome bias, based on identity politics.  Maine Intercultural states that a lack of equitable outcomes is a sign of racial and cultural bias. 
Liz Greason is a co-founder of Maine Intercultural Communication Consultants. She previously taught courses on cross-cultural communication at American University in Dubai and served on the faculty of the University of Southern Maine and Portland Adult Education. 
Originally from Vancouver, Canada, Deb Breiting is a co-founder of Maine Intercultural. She is an English as a Second Language teacher and previously taught at the Portland Adult Education for the New Mainers Resource Center and developed projects that supported integrating immigrants into Maine’s workforce.