With a background in US and South African presidential politics (Clinton Administration and Nelson Mandela’s 1994 campaign) Wendy is a nonprofit and foundation consultant with expertise in building effective partnerships, strategic planning, board development, creative fundraising, social media and workshop facilitation.
Wendy is a connecter, a political and community organizer, thought partner, logistical wizard, visionary advocate and an all around Get Stuff Done person. She has held positions at Harvard’s Museum of Science and Culture and the Graduate School of Design as well as The Science Museum in London, UK.
Recent Boston-based clients include the Social Innovation Forum, The Charlotte Foundation, Inner City Weightlifting, Dorchester Youth Collaborative and PressPassTV.
In addition, Wendy teaches Cultural Entrepreneurship at Boston University within their Graduate Arts Administration Program and has also taught at Harvard University’s iLab. A Cultural Entrepreneur herself, she is a published author of Behind the Wheel: A Mother’s Journal of a Year on the Road and her next book is scheduled for publication in the spring of 2016.
Wendy holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics and Political Science from St. Olaf College, Northfield, MN and a Master’s in Urban and Environmental Policy from Tufts University.