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Work with Beth

If you’re interested in working me with, please  use my contact form to send me an inquiry.

Some examples of my work:

Training and Capacity Building Projects: I’m a trainer and capacity builder for nonprofits on how to use technology for learning and transformation to networked approaches.    I work with foundations and nonprofits  to design and implement programs that help nonprofits take a peer learning approach to  best practices in  social media, network building, and relationship marketing best practices.    My technique, honed over 30 years of experience,  blends the best of traditional adult learning, online learning and transparency and blends both online and offline channels.      I am a master trainer, experienced in facilitating face-to-face sessions that elicit rich insights.   I am also experienced in training trainers and coaching coaches to design and deliver sessions that have impact.

Here’s a blog post from a session at the 2013 Communications Network Conference about designing effective capacity building programs.

I designed and am currently facilitating a Peer Exchange for the Knight Foundation for grantees that are using the Giving Day Playbook to host Giving Days.

As Visiting Scholar at The David and Lucile Packard Foundation,  here’s a couple of recent projects:

Peer Learning Session for Sustainable Agriculture Grantees
Measuring the Networked Nonprofit
Social Media Lab for CFC Grantees
Friending the Finish Line

I work in the US and Internationally.   Most recently,  I designed and implemented a train the trainers project that uses a networked approach in the Middle East called “E-Mediat” funded by the Department of State.  You can view the curriculum here.

Other workshops and sessions can be found here.

Speaking Availability Inquiry? If you’re interested in finding out my availability for speaking engagements, please include the date, location, name of the event, audience size, and other important details. If you’d like more information about speaking enagegements, please see: