Leigh Goldberg is an Instructor and Scholar-in-Residence of the Academy. She has 20 years working with public and private sectors in areas of strategic communications and marketing, public affairs, coaching, and organizational development. Her more recent focus includes partnership analysis, organizational design, and communications for multi-sector partnerships in the natural resources sector.
Her clients and employers have included groups like the Coalition of Oregon Land Trusts, Nisqually Land Trust, the North American Forest Partnership, Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy, Land Trust Alliance, and Deloitte & Touche.
Prior to consulting nonprofits and public agencies, Leigh led the public policy and stewardship initiatives for two national nonprofits, The American Alpine Club and the American Mountain Guides Association. Leigh earned a B.A. degree in Sociology from Princeton University. She holds a Coaching Program Certificate from Coach Training Alliance.
After living in Colorado for 16 years, Leigh recently moved to the Pacific Northwest and now lives in Seattle, Washington, where she is an avid skier, cyclist, rock climber and Principle-Based Partner Yoga teacher.
Learn more about engaging partners and community stakeholders through these case studies by Leigh Goldberg:
The Tamalpais Lands Collaborative Case Studies
- Managing Public Lands for Impact and Sustainability (Executive Summary)
- Managing Public Lands for Impact and Sustainability
- Developing Landcape Scale Partnerships, co-authored by Tina Scott, Scott Planning Associates
- Investing in Landscape Scale Stewardship
Partnership and Community Collaboration Academy