Our world’s a better place when our communities are served by strong nonprofits. Our nonprofits are strong when the people running them have the knowledge, skills, and confidence they need to succeed. Imagine what could happen if we strengthen the connection between community, organizations, people, and learning for action.
I love the space where nonprofits and learning meet. This is where institutions intersect with people, where art meets science, where we define what is holding us back from action and systematically remove those barriers.
I stand with a foot in both the nonprofit and learning worlds, creating and delivering learning programs for nonprofit-minded people, while working with and within nonprofits. I think, write, and speak about learning and leading nonprofits, sometimes at the same time. I welcome learning about new projects, whether it is to help you think it through or to jump in and help.
This is what I do.
I write about adult learning on the blog Chunk Flip Guide Laugh. Check it out!
I train adults on topics that range from nonprofit boards to how to design curriculum.
I speak to diverse audiences about leadership, learning, and how to move people to action.
I design learning experiences and resources that help people take action.
I consult on all things learning, with a focus on how to train and instructional design.