My clients define social impact in many powerful ways: supporting school districts to eliminate academic achievement gaps;
training young leaders to combat bigotry and heal relationships; developing local government leaders to improve statewide health outcomes;
investing in community-centered philanthropy to redistribute capital, etc.
My working definition of social impact is one in which people and systems contribute to an equitable, peaceful, vibrant world.
I work as a consultant, facilitator, and coach to support the people and systems contributing to an equitable, peaceful, vibrant world.
Clients rely on me for support with designing, sustaining, scaling and examining their efforts for good.
My core service areas are: strategy, evaluation, giving, and team development.
My clients are nonprofit leaders, philanthropists, corporate giving and employee engagement directors,
as well as community-led groups coming together around shared purpose.
My style is responsive and flexible and offers tools and experiences from 20+ years
working in nonprofit and philanthropy and 13 of those years as an entrepreneur.
While each client project is unique, my approach has a typical flow: