Leigh Goldberg supports organizations and professionals nationwide through executive coaching, partnership design, social science, public speaking, and applied training with a specialty in multi-sector collaboration. She serves on the national faculty of the Partnership and Community Collaboration Academy, as an Instructor and Scholar-in-Residence and served on the founding Steering Committee for the California Landscape Stewardship Network. Leigh has over 20 years of experience working in the private, nonprofit, and public sectors in strategic communications and marketing, advocacy and public affairs, and leadership and organizational development.
Leigh has had the honor of working with leading conservation nonprofits, networks, marketing agencies, and consulting firms including: The American Alpine Club, American Mountain Guides Association, Coalition of Oregon Land Trusts, Deloitte & Touche LLC, Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy, Land Trust Alliance, Mount Rushmore Society, and the World Forestry Center. She partnered with the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy in the development of Partnership Poker™. This training tool—based on the findings of her four-year study of One Tam—gives collaborators around the country a fun, interactive way to apply proven best practices to their partnerships.
Leigh has served as an invited panelist and presenter at state and national conferences including Stanford University Law School "uncommon Dialogue" Annual Conference, Florida National Scenic Trail 30th Anniversary Symposium, and Colorado Open Space Alliance Leadership Development Program. She earned a B.A. degree in Sociology from Princeton University. She holds a Coaching Program Certificate from the Coach Training Alliance.
After living in Colorado for 16 years, Leigh relocated to the Pacific Northwest and now resides in Seattle, Washington. She is an avid skier, cyclist, rock climber, Principle-Based Partner Yoga teacher and partner dancer.
Learn more about engaging partners and community stakeholders through Leigh's publications: the One Tam cas e studies and A Case Study on Building and Sustaining Landscape-Scale Stewardship Networks.
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