QUALIFIED RESULTS BASED FACILITATORS AND COACHES



There are three levels of qualification as described in the Qualification tab above. They are RBF Coach, RBF Advanced Practitioner and RBF Practitioner. Individuals who have been qualified for each of the levels are listed below (in alphabetical order). The qualifications represent a cumulative build on skills and development. That is, an Advanced Practitioner is also qualified as a Practitioner. A Coach is also a qualified Advanced Practitioner and, of course, a Practitioner.

RBF Coach

The individuals listed below have met all the requirements listed under the Qualification Tab above and are deemed to be a fully qualified RBF Coach. They can lead any of the RBF Workshops as well as Coach Practitioners and Advanced Practitioners seeking qualification at the next level.


Raj

Chawla

Raj Chawla

The OCL Group

Silver Spring, MD

My work focuses on helping leaders achieve results that make a measurable difference in the lives of people by identifying the changes they want to make in the world, quantifying how they will know the change is being made, and putting in place strategies to do the work. Results based facilitation has been a key aspect of doing this work since 2006.

raj@the-oclgroup.com

Victoria

Goddard-Truitt

Victoria Goddard-Truitt, Ph.D.

Leading For Results, LLC

Columbia, MD

Since 2002, I have used Results Based Facilitation to support the work of government, public, non-profit and community leaders who are working collaboratively to make measurable differences in the lives of children, youth and families.

vtruitt@comcast.net

Steven
E.
Jones

Steven E. Jones, Ph.D.

SEJ Consulting

Silver Spring, MD

Since 2001, I have used Results Based Facilitation to support the work of leaders in foundations, non-profits, community-based organizations and in federal government agencies to achieve results that make a difference to their members and constituents.

steven@sejconsulting.com

Jolie
Bain
Pillsbury

Jolie Bain Pillsbury, PhD

Sherbrooke Consulting, Inc.

Arlington, VA

Since 1992, I have developed and used Results Based Facilitation to support the work of government, public, non-profit and community leaders who are working collaboratively to make measurable differences in the lives of children, youth and families. I have authored three books about Results Based Facilitation: Moving from Talk to Action.

jolie@sherbrookeconsulting.com

Alice

Shobe

Alice Shobe

Alice Shobe Consulting, Inc.

Seattle, WA

Alice was first trained in Results Based Facilitation (RBF) as a participant in the Annie E. Casey Child and Family Fellowship. She enthusiastically embraced the model as she saw it as the missing link between her nonprofit organization(s mission and achieving tangible results. Alice became a qualified RBF trainer and coach in 2011 and began consulting in 2016.

alice@s2x.us


RBF Advanced Practitioner

The individuals listed below have met all the requirements listed under the Qualification Tab above and are deemed to be a fully qualified Results Based Advanced Practitioners. They can lead any of the RBF Workshops.


Beroz

Ferrell

Beroz Ferrell

The Point, LLC

Seattle, WA

With over 25 years of global experience as a consultant, coach and counselor, I help individuals, teams and organizations leverage the potential of people to achieve results. I was first introduced to the methodology of Results Based Facilitation over five years ago by a client who employed it in her own organization. I found kinship with the work and have incorporated RBF in my own consulting practice in support of groups moving from talk to action and getting the results they want.

beroz@thepointintl.com

Sarah

Rajski

Sarah Rajski

Building Changes

Seattle, WA

Since 2011, connecting public and nonprofit sector staff with Results Based Facilitation skills has been a part of my work. I am a trainer, facilitator and coach with a passion for supporting people to achieve results and manage change.

Sarah.Rajski@BuildingChanges.org

Bill

Shepardson

Bill Shepardson

The Annie E Casey Foundation

Baltimore, MD

bshepardson@aecf.org

Angela
Hendrix
Terry

Angela Hendrix Terry

New York, NY

ahthendrixterry@aol.com

Marian

Urquilla

Marian Urquilla

Oakland, CA

marian.urquilla@gmail.com


RBF Practitioner

The individuals listed below have met all the requirements listed under the Qualification Tab above and are deemed to be a fully qualified Results Based Practitioner. They can lead the RBF Introduction Workshop.


Annetta

Berry

Annetta Berry

Georgia Family connection Partnership

Employed by Georgia Family Connection Partnership as a Community Facilitator for the past 6 years. Working with local decisionmakers to create strategic plan to improve outcomes for family and children in their communities. Qualified Results Based Facilitator in May 2008.

berrymae1@aol.com

Rosa

Briceno

Rosa Briceno

Arlington Public Schools

rosa.briceno@verizon.net

John

Bringuel

John Bringuel, MA, I

Georia Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention Initiative

I have had an ongoing love affair with Results Based Facilitation (RBF) since I met Dr. Jolie Bain Pillsbury in the summer of 2005. I earned my RBF Qualification on October 24th, 2008. Since that time I have deployed the gift of the RBF skills in every meeting I lead or attend from a strategic planning meeting to a project review meeting. I experience the most joy from infusing the RBF skills into my work as a speaker and trainer across the spectrum of topics and organizations. The RBF skills have transformed my work from just talk to conversation with RESULTS!

jbringuel@livedrugfree.org

Tim

Cotman

Tim Cotman

Deitre

Epps

Deitre Epps

I was introduced to the use of Results Based Facilitation as a participant in a leadership program in 2003.

deitre.epps@verizon.net

Christiane

Frischmuth

Christiane Frischmuth

christiane@gfconsulting.org

Adam

Luecking

Adam Luecking

Results Leadership Group

Since 2007, I have supported and used Results Based Facilitation to make measurable improvements for customers and communities. Clients have included federal, state and local government, as well as non-profits and foundations.

adam@resultsleadership.org

Emily

Mirra

Emily Mirra

Building Changes

Emily first received training in Results Based Facilitation in 2013 and became a Qualified Results Based Facilitator in September 2015. She works with public sector and non-profit partners and internal colleagues to build their capacity to get results in their work.

Emily.Mirra@BuildingChanges.org

Cheryl

Robinson

Cheryl Robinson

theurbgard@aol.com

Phyllis
A.
Rozansky

Phyllis A. Rozansky

Pathways to Results, LLC

Fountain Hills, AZ

Since 2003, Results Based Facilitation is an approach that I use in conjunction with Results Based Accountability practice to increase my effectiveness in supporting the efforts of community-based groups, non-profits, government agencies, foundations and RBA coaches to achieve better results for children, families and communities.

parozansky@cs.com

Parvathi

Santhosh-Kumar

Parvathi Santhosh-Kumar

StriveTogether

Chicago, IL

Parv Santhosh-Kumar is the Director of network Learning at StriveTogether, a national nonprofit network of 70 communities across 32 states working to achieve better and more equitable results for every child, cradle to career.

Santhosh-Kumarp@strivetogether.org

Sue

Sarber

Sue Sarber, PhD

Arlington Public Schools, VA

Arlington, VA

Sue first participated in Results Based Facilitation in 2003. As a qualified RBF Practitioner, she incorporate the tenants of effective facilitation into her work leading and facilitating groups, with particular focus on learning conversations about race and equitable practices.

sue.sarber@apsva.us

Marty

Swain

Marty Swain

mswaim111@verizon.net

Roland

Trevino

Roland Trevino


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