A 2017 study by the Social Impact Research Center of the Heartland Alliance revealed that arts and culture leadership in the city is 71 percent white, and that organizations with strong minority representation receive less funding — 50 cents to every dollar — than majority-white institutions. The study confirmed what many curators, programmers, and board members already knew: The Chicago arts world suffers from institutional racism. That’s where Sánchez and Enrich Chicago — a nonprofit created in 2014 by the DuSable Museum, the National Museum of Mexican Art, and 10 other local institutions — come in. Call her a diversity and inclusion whisperer: someone who gives museums, theater companies, and other organizations frank advice and actionable plans — from workshops to long-term consulting — for rectifying entrenched inequities.