Nancy Zamierowski is passionate about making the invisible valuable and improving upon the “how” of working together. She serves as co-founder and creative architect of Collective Transitions, an action-learning and research organization dedicated to building shared capacity for transformational shifts. Nancy co-founded two social purpose organizations, including a participatory online marketplace for global farmers starting with cacao and a conservation organization which cultivates local capacity to protect and restore forest frontiers. She holds an MBA in Sustainable Systems from Pinchot University in Seattle.
*Sense of belonging – a core condition for societal transformation* In this two-hour experiential workshop, we will explore how systemic constellations can be used meaningfully in societal transformation and why a sense of belonging is important when we work with more complex systems. We will introduce belonging from the perspective of Bert Hellinger and “the order […]