When we work together, you are part of a larger network of organizations, people, and community. I aim to build connections to advance your development and your mission.
Partial list of organizations that I’ve been fortunate to partner with:
I maintain membership in the following organizations and professional communities of practice to strengthen my learning and development in the fields of nonprofit management, leadership development, global development, social sector consulting, and coaching. As a sole proprietor, I draw heavily on this network to support a more holistic, systemic, and collaborative approach to my work.
Global Washington supports the global development community in Washington state that is working to create a healthier and more equitable world. I maintain an annual membership through my work with the Global Leadership Forum, and attend their annual conference and periodic events.
Puget Sound Consultants Coffee
Puget Sound Nonprofits Consultants Coffee convenes meetings every other month for nonprofit consultants supporting mission-based organizations. The meetings provide a platform for networking, collaboration, discovering trends in the industry, and building community so that we serve our missions and the sector better. This group was developed and is managed by Kris McRea at McRea Consulting.
Solutions for Good
Solutions for Good is a small, collegial and collaborative membership of multi-disciplinary nonprofit consultants who sharpen their expertise through commitment to peer support and learning – and who provide a broad range of expertise to benefit the nonprofit and public sectors. I was invited to join this professional learning community and have been a member since January 2019.
Washington Nonprofits is the state association for all nonprofit organizations. They make sure nonprofits have what they need to succeed through learning, advocacy, and collaboration. I maintain an annual Washington Nonprofit membership and attend their annual conference and periodic trainings.