"Deb has the unique ability to help others see the big picture and to execute it!"
Why Choose Deb?
What distinguishes Deb from other coaches and consultants?
Experience from the trenches - Studying nonprofit leadership is one thing. Living life as a non-profit leader is another. Solutions to problems can't be theoretical. They need to be actionable at the organizational level.
She's a lifelong learner of all things nonprofit - Deb has a degree in Social Work and a Master's degree in Organizational Development. She understands people and systems. A self-proclaimed "leadership geek", Deb prides herself on understanding best practices. Deb has her pulse on best practices and the newest trends in all things leadership. She has the unique ability to see and help others articulate the big picture and to execute on it!
She's a strategic thinker and synthesizer, with extensive training in cognitive diversity - Deb has a unique approach to diagnosing organizational challenges. She knows how to support leaders in developing future-focused solutions and action plans.
Deb has a lifelong commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion - She traveled with The AIDS Quilt. Supported students in affinity groups fighting for justice. Deb has used her influence to encourage nonprofits to look at Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity in innovative ways. A former employee of the largest diversity and inclusion firm in the U.S., Deb studied best practices and can support organizations in rethinking issues of Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity.
She's a certified leadership coach - Deb is a certified coach and facilitator for The Leadership Challenge. She also is an expert in the Whole Brain Thinking (HBDI) model and its assessment.
She's a member of the PANO consultant collaborative - The Pennsylvania Association of Nonprofit Organization (PANO) connects nonprofit organizations with experienced, like-minded professional consultants. Their goal is to increase efficacy and impact through collaborative, needs-based counsel.