Cultivating your collaborative capacity is at the heart of my work.
When I collaborate with other consultants and facilitators I am able to magnify the impact of what we can provide for you. (And, I delight in working with these wonderful people!)
Sarah Murphy-Kangas, M.A., is an organization development practitioner, leadership coach, facilitator, and mediator with a passion for group life and how we can lead with integrity and connectedness in an age of polarization and loneliness. She’s consulted to healthcare, higher education, grassroots nonprofits, corporations, small businesses, and more, supporting her clients to make their ventures and organizations inclusive, joyful, productive, and inspiring. Before starting her consulting practice, she worked with unhoused youth in downtown Seattle, and her passion for seeing and supporting unhoused people has continued over the years. Sarah lives with her family and chocolate Labrador in Bellingham, WA, and is an all-season, open-water swimmer.
Dr. Arthur Sherwood is on a mission is to ignite and fuel lifelong changemakers. He is the David Cole Professor of Entrepreneurship chair, Academic Program Director for Entrepreneurship and innovation at Western Washington University and an instruction team member for the Centre for Executive Education at the United Nations Established University for Peace. As a professor, he teaches and researches well-being and what it takes to build grit with a special focus on flourishing practices for lifelong change-making. He calls on the dynamic co-creation concepts and tools of strategy, design thinking, human-centered design, business and venture modeling, evidence-based entrepreneurship & innovation, liberating structures, creative problem solving, cooperation and self-leadership to facilitate and support emerging and existing change-makers, leaders, teams and organizations. He is the co-founder of multiple ventures and is a co-owner of Columinate.coop.
Sara McMahon is an improviser, teacher, and facilitator who's been performing and teaching around the Seattle area for 15 years. She has facilitated workshops for elementary, middle, and high schools, tech companies, all-staff church and company retreats, couples, parent-child improv nights, and even mock trial teams. She tailors each workshop to the needs of the attendees, maximizing fun and connection. She believes that empathy is at the heart of both great improv and great relationships. saradelighted.com