Founder Kitty Wooley fosters energizing connection among those who choose to “show up” and make their work matter more by leading from wherever they are. Network participants include government and private sector middle managers and individual contributors, senior executives, and the occasional intern. This work began in 2003 with her Senior Fellows and Friends conversational events in the Washington, DC area and has grown organically. This new site will help us navigate toward even more opportunity for learning and partnering together. Find Kitty also on Twitter and LinkedIn.
John Sporing substitutes for Kitty as local host and facilitator for some events. John’s unique approach to government service, entrepreneurship and teaching has combined to make him a sought-after mentor. Find John also on Twitter, LinkedIn, and A Life Well Drunk.
Alex Tremble substitutes for Kitty as local host and facilitator for some events. Alex is a trained facilitator, his professional background is in creating and managing leadership development programs (entry level – executive level), and he is the author of a bestselling book, The GPS Guide to Success. Alex is extremely passionate about public service and is always open to exploring new career opportunities that will place him in positions that enable him to implement positive changes across this great country. Selected projects HERE. Find Alex also on LinkedIn.
Adrian Wolfberg brings unusual clarity, intelligence, and insight to organizational problems that result in suboptimal performance. His ability to pay attention to anyone and understand what they are really saying, build trust quickly, and bridge silos and levels of hierarchy to get better results make him a role model for servant leaders who want to lead with impact. Find Adrian also on LinkedIn.
Lora Allen substitutes for Kitty as local host and facilitator for some events. She dedicates energy to understanding leadership and workforce transformation initiatives, helping government to reshape people, processes, and culture. Lora crosses many lines of business and communities of practice in the federal government space, making her more effective and someone to watch closely in the coming years. She’s all about collaborative networks and social media. Find Lora also on Twitter and LinkedIn.