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David Westerlund

David delights in listening to the aspirations of leaders and helping them unlock hidden resources by facilitating meaningful engagement. This unleashes innovation, and leads to resilient, supportive, joyful, and agile workplace cultures that allow organizations to have greater momentum and impact towards their mission. His work as a consultant, designer/facilitator, and coach is informed by the philosophy and practice of Liberating Structures and Applied Improvisation, both of which remind us that there is a lot of wisdom in the room, and amplify our ability to tap into that and experience collective synergy.


He believes that in order to solve the complex problems we are facing we must be collaborative and intentionally develop skills of presence, agility, relating, collaboration, and creativity.

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  • A Rocha Canada, Surrey, BC

  • ASCO - Association of California Symphony Orchestras

  • AFP/Advancement NW - Forum on Strategic Fundraising - 2017, 2018, 2019 Speaker and Presenter

  • Bastyr University - Admissions and Enrollment 

  • Campfire Central Puget Sound

  • Camp Sealth (Vashon Island)

  • Catholic Community Services

  • Christ the Servant Lutheran Church

  • Cordata Elementary School – teachers and staff

  • DSHS – Adult Protective Services

  • DVSAS (Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Services) of Whatcom County


  • Friendship House

  • Health Care Education Association

  • Kulshan Community Land Trust

  • Lighthouse Mission - Staff team, Ascent Recovery Home, Agape Women's Recovery Home

  • New Earth Recovery

  • Peace Health - Patient

  • Experience Team

  • Peace Health - Hospital Chaplains

  • Roche Pharmaceuticals

  • Skagit Valley College faculty

  • Skagit Valley College Foundation

  • Snohomish Domestic Violence Services

  • Southern Wesleyan University - One Life (intensive student leadership program)

  • US Department of Agriculture - Center for Training and Development

  • United Way of King County (Seattle) – Development team

  • Western Oregon University Foundation

  • WWU IDEA Institute - 80 Entrepreneurship and Innovation Students

  • Youth Dynamics

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