My 2015 Annual Report

Screen Shot 2016-01-03 at 3.10.57 PMCelebrating my 10th year of consulting, I continued to evolve my organization development practice. Throughout year, I coordinated the Los Angeles Funders’ Collaborative, which connected me to multiple leaders, organizations and collaboratives working towards healthy, sustainable and equitable places. In 2015, I served 20 collaboratives and/or organizations, facilitating 30 retreats and meetings. Below are some photos I shared on twitter,
links and other highlights.  


Los Angeles Funders’ Collaborative

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First 5 LA

Partnership for LA Schools

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Little Green Fingers

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Vision Fleet

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Los Angeles Neighborhood Land Trust

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In addition, I also served:

  • Livable Streets Alliance
  • Burbank Community YMCA
  • CHPC (California Housing Partnership Corporation)
  • Gogian Foundation
  • Hollywood Community Housing Corporation (HCHC)
  • JFCS Long Beach
  • Kidsave
  • LA Mås
  • Learning Rights Law Center
  • Stand LA
  • Urban Land Institute

Outside of that, I shared my findings on collaboration, which the Organization Development Practitioner published in their quarterly publication. I also convened a handful of gatherings of other folks who like me, manage collaborative change initiatives, to participate in a community of practice.

Screen Shot 2015-11-21 at 3.01.03 PMScreen Shot 2015-11-21 at 3.02.02 PMIn the new year, my intention is to expand my practice and serve more collaborative based change initiatives addressing issues related to health, equity and sustainability, along the Pacific Coast.

About Ron Milam

Ron Milam, MSOD, works to transform the Pacific Coast into a sustainable region through leadership and organization development for collaborative change initiatives. Since 2005, Ron has served over 150 clients as an organization and network development practitioner.
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