With more than a century of collective experience members of our consulting group have narrowed the narrative gap and changed the narrative in communities across the world. We have been recognized for:
Helping to lead, participate in, and train faith leaders to engage faith-rooted organizing efforts in Ferguson, Baltimore, Charlottesville, New York City, South Africa, Australia, and Washington DC.
30 years experience working within parish, academic and humanitarian arenas to design and administer community-based programs in the areas of community development, urban youth work, intercultural relations, organizational and leadership development.
Guiding World Vision US Programs department design and implementation of its community transformation model.
Working with over 8,000 organizations and leaders across the social, business, government, and faith-based sectors in management consulting, leadership development and faith-based capacity building work.
Writing books that change the way we see the world.
Collectively authoring 23 books that shrink the narrative gap and contributing chapters in 37 more.
Being one of 50 Powerful Women Religious Leaders to celebrate on International Women’s Day by Huffington Post.
Official role as community elders by the Portland Native American community (NAYA Elders Council).
Years of service and sacrifice among Indigenous peoples. Honored traditionally with an eagle feather headdress, the highest honor given among Native Americans.
For leadership, initiative, and dedication to achieve significant contributions to Native communities throughout North America. Received the “Native American 40 Under 40” award.
Documenting the human rights violations at Standing Rock while working as an Independent contractor for the ACLU of North Dakota.
Effective work as leading Human Rights Defenders by The Carter Center.
Developing a justice based curriculum for I-61 Ministries, a Vineyard USA affiliated ministry, that covered world hunger, human injustice, environmental decline, poor health and disease, and educational inequalities.
Taking the lead on state based climate justice work that brought Christians of various backgrounds together for prayer and action oriented events.
Convening and facilitating a faith leaders climate pilgrimage in Malawi that resulted in articles in The Atlantic and wide coverage in faith based media.
Convening and facilitating pilgrimages for national faith leaders focused on the stories of mass incarceration, the death penalty, and immigration in the United States.
Directing program elements and organizing top faith leaders to advise direction of Sojourners’ national Summit.