Ann Amberg, M.C.S.  

Inspired by my love of the beauty of the world, stillness and spaciousness, and deep imagery, I design transformative leadership and learning solutions grounded in systems thinking, visionary presence and group synergy. As a cross-pollinator, I inspire others with ideas and images in my capacity as a leadership and learning consultant, deep imagery guide and artistI develop and manage integrative programs in a context of whole systems: integrity with our living earth and universe, cultural evolution, art, science, body and soul integration and inner well-being. I describe what I do as "applied transformational ecology".

Throughout my professional career I've worked with non-profit arts and educational organizations, businesses, corporations and individuals. I function as a creative catalyst and idea curator, working one-on-one with leaders to help align vision to action.  

Professional accomplishments include:

  • Creation of leadership for educational change processes: "Practicing Partnership with the Earth" (2017), Center for Partnership Studies (2013-2017), "Sacred Art & the Inner Landscape" (2014), "What Does the Universe Do?" (2013-2016), Powers of the Universe in-depth learning (2005-2011), World We Want Program for K-12 teachers (2007-2017), Whidbey Institute (2010), facilitation of residential short courses at Schumacher College in science, art, ecology and indigenous studies (2003-2004).
  • Development and implementation of promotional strategies resulting in increased revenue and visibility: Center for Partnership Studies (2013-2017), The Heritage Institute (2005-2016), McGraw-Hill Publishers (2001), Microsoft (1999)
  • Vision and strategy to deliverable: art direction and development of web content, e-marketing, book design, editorial and infographic design: Freelance communications consultant (1992-2015), Caring Economy Campaign (2012-2015), Eddie Bauer International Division (2002), McGraw-Hill Publishers (2001),  Lands End (1999-2000), Microsoft (1999), KCTS Television (1990-1994), Seattle Opera (1992), Alaska Airlines Magazine (1989-1992). 





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