Sustainable Impacts offers workshops to facilitate clients to clarify the assets they have to offer and how they will use them to address issues of concern to them.
DISCOVER YOUR TREASURES; MAKE YOUR IMPACT
If so, join us for a one-day workshop that supports women to maximize their social impact. This fun and creative process will reveal how easy it is to change the direction of the future.
Time: Sunday October 2, 1pm - 6pm
Location: Deborah’s Palm, 555 Lytton Avenue, Palo Alto, CA 94301
Cost: $75 per person (light refreshments included)
- Suzanne Andrews, Principal at Ripples Into Waves. Founding Partner of Wingpact. Co-author of the first book for women about angel investing, Impact With Wings. Suzanne supports women to live from their deepest passion. As Director of TechWomen at Anita Borg Institute, Suzanne built global relationships between women technical leaders. She is also a software engineer, a midwife’s assistant and a proud mom.
- Dr. Sheila Bliss Duffy, Principal at Sustainable Impacts, Professional Certified Coach. She guides clients to clarify their purpose, envision their future and take steps to achieve it. Her expertise in food systems, business start-up and management and work with the The University of California, the US Peace Corps, and the World Wildlife Fund enable her to expertly build human capacity to address a broad range of economic, social and environmental challenges.
The Discover Your Treasures; Make Your Impact Workshop provides 5 hours of group coaching with
Suzanne Andrews and Dr. Sheila Bliss Duffy. Food, materials included. Cost $75 per person.
The Sustainable Communities Workshop
This two-day workshop provides the principles
and tools necessary for a group to undertake a process to identify the assets and
challenges that exist within a community, identify pressing community needs,
mobilize community stakeholders around issues of common concern, develop a
community vision for the future, create a community mobilization and development plan which identifies potential opportunities for sustainable action,
conduct feasibility studies of potential opportunities, and create strategic,
action, and business plans for feasible alternatives to bring about
viable economic development
initiatives in a community. Available upon request.