University of Vermont

Rubenstein School lecture series Feb 4

April 8 - Mistinguette Smith - Principle, M Smith Consulting LLC

Mistinguette Smith is a performance consultant who helps public and nonprofit organizations to make, and measure, social change. Her approach is informed by two decades of work in public service management and organizational development, and her experience teaching health, human service, and food security leaders how to achieve strategic results by working with difference. She is also the founding director of The Black/Land Project, which gathers and amplifies stories about black people’s relationship to land and place. She is on the faculty of the Center for Whole Communities and is a trainer with the Interaction Institute for Social Change. She is a graduate of Smith College, she holds the MPA in Public and Nonprofit Management from New York University, and is certified as a diversity trainer by the Equity Institute and the US Department of Health and Human Services. She has written a play - Freedom In The Air, which is about the Montgomery Bus Boycott as network organizing. A Midwesterner by birth and a city person by nature, she lives with her wife in Northampton, MA.

Come hear about her path to leadership.

Learn about the Black/Land Project at: Black/Land Project

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