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Amy Carr-Erickson, owner and principal of Capacity4Good Consulting, brings 19-years of experience in the nonprofit sector to equip people and organizations for the greater good. Her objective is to help people at every stage in the life-cycle of the organization, community group, or coalition. Once strategies have been established, she takes people to next step – helping them adapt in order to implement the plan. Amy recognizes that adapting to new ideas and methods can be challenging—whether it’s at the executive, program, board, or administrative level. Amy works at the intersection of change, where people and plans merge and sometimes get stuck, to build human and organizational capacity. Amy brings a panoramic view to her work, gleaned from roles in nonprofit organizations as a marketing communications and public relations specialist, grant writer, and from her work with a private grant making foundation. She has a bachelor of arts in consumer economics from Wayne State University, a certificate in nonfiction writing from the University of Washington, and is a 2009 graduate of Seattle University’s Master of Nonprofit Leadership program. She is passionate about mentoring and guiding emerging leaders. Her MNPL work focused on preparing the next generation of nonprofit leaders for the nonprofit sector. Most recently, in partnership with the Blue Mountain Community Foundation, she has created and manages an online network of 200+ members called the Walla Walla Leaders Network. The Network’s purpose is to identify, engage, and prepare emerging leaders for nonprofit board service in the Walla Walla Valley. She also developed a community outcomes strategy, social-marketing plan and website for the Children’s Resilience Initiative in Walla Walla to reduce adverse childhood experiences and increase resilience in families and children. Amy currently serves on the board of the Washington Assistance Dog Education Center.
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