Category Archives: Training

The Growing Bicycle Movement: Winning Campaigns

I just finished leading my 18th Winning Campaigns training for the Alliance for Biking and Walking in Kansas City, Missouri. Like all the trainings I have led, this engaging two and a half day workshop gave participants the opportunity to … Continue reading

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Celebrating Seven Years of Consulting

In May of 2005, I launched my consulting practice. This month, I celebrate seven years consulting (having now served 76 organizations!). I launched my career in 1997 and its wild for me to think I now have 15 years of … Continue reading

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Trainings I offer

I love leading trainings on a variety of topics. Having led over 130 trainings that have served over 2,500 people, I still look for ways to make my trainings more fun and engaging (photo is from a training I led … Continue reading

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My Fundraising Services

Over the last 14 years, I have raised over $3 million for over 30 organizations. My experience with fundraising started with my role as founding Executive Director for the L.A. County Bicycle Coalition and continued with serving on two additional … Continue reading

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Liberty Hill’s Leadership Institute

For the second year in a row, I served as the lead trainer and coach for the Liberty Hill Foundation’s Wally Marks Leadership Institute Board Development Track. I led a two-day Board Development training focusing on how to engage a … Continue reading

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Making Questions Work

I just finished reading “Making Questions Work: A Guide to What and How to Ask for Facilitators, Consultants, Managers, Coaches and Educators” by Dorothy Strachan. This quote about sums it up: “the right questions for the right people at the … Continue reading

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