Woman Owned Small Business
Registered SAM.gov 080768897
"Facilitating Stakeholders and Teams for Consensus, Results and Outcomes"
Environmental, Natural Resources, Federal, Tribal, State and International
WHY DO YOU NEED A FACILITATOR?
For meetings you need a facilitator to:
* identify and engage the right stakeholders.
* strategize and plan a meeting to get from ideas to outcomes.
* provide a safe space for discussing sometimes contentious issues or ideas.
* bring a group to consensus.
* identify methods to assure personal accountability does not fall short.
For team development you need a facilitator to:
* improve communications and turn conflict into creativity.
* create strategic work plans that get results and hold your team and stakeholders accountable.
* develop Specific, Measureable, Attainable, Relevant and Time-based (SMART) goals.
WHAT CAN I DO FOR YOU?
* engage and organize teams, stakeholders and the public to optimize collaborative design for facilitation advantage.
* plan and partner with you to strategize and reach your goals and outcomes. Together we identify any barriers to success and assure the desired outcomes.
* speak your language. My competencies in environmental and natural resource policy and experience working with local, state, federal and tribal government give me a distinct facilitation advantage. I am able to focus on the process without sacrificing the technical content.
* keep your discussion on track when issues and concerns become contentious and outcomes are important.
* work with you to create what you need if an accountability plan is necessary.
WHO HAVE I HELPED?
Intergovernmental Collaboration for:
* Inter-mountain West Data Warehouse for Air Quality, a collaborative modeling warehouse created by thirteen federal agencies. I held an 8 year co-facilitation and leadership role in governance (Memorandum of Understanding), and collaboration.
* EPA Region 8 tribal, state and federal agency collaborative role with multiple agencies in Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, Superfund and Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA).
* EPA collaborative role in engagement and consensus building with Federal Highway Administration and Utah and Colorado Departments of Transportation for the National Environmental Policy Act review and rating process.
* EPA headquarters representative (through U.S.Agency for International Development,USAID) in collaborative effort to develop Guidelines for Public Participation in Environmental Impact Assessment EIA for the Mekong Region.
* EPA headquarters representative in train the trainer for EIA in Guatemala; a USAID effort.