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Catalyzing Systemic Change | Workshops | Consulting | Strategy | Advocacy
 

SERVICES

WORKSHOPS AND TRAININGS

Custom and for individuals

  • Liberatory Aid (formerly Decolonizing Development)

  • Leadership

  • Re-imaging Work

CONSULTING

  • Organizational Development

  • Strategy

  • 1:1 / Coaching (-ish)

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UPCOMING WORKSHOPS

Register today for some of my upcoming workshops and sessions. Or, sign-up to receive email updates.

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LIBERATORY APPROACHES ACROSS THE PROGRAM LIFE CYCLE

Managing programs through a decolonizing lens

This virtual workshop will help international development practitioners apply decolonizing and liberatory lenses across the program life cycle – from designing programs, to stakeholder engagement, communications and learning and finally implementation. This workshop is offered in partnership with the Global Center for Innovation and Learning.

INQUIRING INTO THE AFTER

Workshop on Redefining Leadership After Covid.

This 2-part workshop is part of ongoing work to explore how we grieve, accept, and then redesign our work spaces as we navigate the global pandemic. The sessions are:

  1. Shaping and Owning our Professional Narratives

  2. Building Professional Communities: Moving beyond Networking

More information coming soon!

ANDRUNI CIRCLES

Womxn of Color Leadership Circles

This cohort-based series is for women, femmes and non-binary folx to have a space to learn from each other, develop professional communities and articulate and refine an authentic leadership philosophy that is not defined either by adopting or opposing other dominant leadership models in the "market" today.

More information coming soon!

 

FEEDBACK AND REFLECTIONS

Hear directly from colleagues and collaborators on my work and read more on LinkedIn

 

Farah's Decolonizing Development workshop pushes you to think beyond the basics. She leans into the nuances and difficult-to-digest aspects of what it means to decolonize and the type of unlearning it takes, beyond what might be obvious. In her workshop, Farah shares a lot of theoretical knowledge as well as how they apply more practically to our work. As a comms professional, I found the learnings from her workshop extremely helpful and necessary. I would recommend it to anyone in the development sector as well as donors and philanthropists — but especially to folks in communications, fundraising, operations, advocacy and programmatic teams.

Bhumika Regmi, Malala Fund

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ABOUT ME

Co-Rambler, Co-Explorer and Sometimes Consultant

How do we do a better (and also faster, because we don’t have unlimited time) job of changing the world? That’s the one central question that has been the propellant behind my career. I want to be part of the global movement that imagines - and builds! -  a free, liberatory, fair world. 

 

I have rambled, meandered and explored my way to this point. I have worked in journalism, in advocacy/lobbying, to support power building and social justice organizations,  for large global for-profits, and for start-up ed/tech nonprofits, learning something valuable from each experience.

 

Today, I work as a “consultant” supporting both large and small organizations striving for greater, bolder, fairer change. I partner and collaborate with organizations to explore their strategies, their organizations and people, and their programs through advising / consulting and leading transformational workshops.

 

CONTACT

Schedule an introductory conversation with me via Calendly or email me at fnmadvising[@]gmail. com.

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