LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT FOR THE GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT SECTOR
Since 2000, I’ve helped my clients break through the obstacles that seem to be holding them back in work, with their teams and in their organizations. I am here to help my clients to be the leaders and have the impact that they envision. The process is simple and yet it takes a courageous leader to follow it. If you are that leader - courageous yet humble enough to learn new ways of leading - let me help you handle the issues that are standing in the way of your goals.
Executive Coach, Master Trainer and OD Advisor
Danny Ceballos is a leadership consultant, trainer, and executive coach.
He works with individuals and organizations to excel in workplace performance, productivity, and employee engagement by "Building Better Bosses".
Danny works with CEOs, executive directors, management teams, and Boards of Directors to create workplace systems, processes, and best practices that are sustainable and triple-bottom-line effective. Danny firmly believes that people will bring their best, authentic, and most productive selves to their work when thoughtful effective support systems surround them. When clients engage with Danny - creating leadership development strategies, systems, and pipelines – it results in skilled middle + executive managers that are deeply motivated and joyfully inspired to exceptional performance.
Danny has a BA in Psychology, an MBA in Marketing, and an MA in Organizational Development. He is a trained executive coach. Danny was born in Bogota, Colombia, raised in Binghamton, New York, and now lives in Oakland, California.
Strategic Systems Organizational | DEI Advisor
With over 15 years of experience in organizational development, Christina has
assessed organizational strengths and opportunities, supported strategy development, created systems
that were operationally effective, and identified tools and approaches that ensure progress on achieving goals and objectives. Each step of the way, Christina's understand-ing that culture informs decision making, ability to
apply diversity, equity, and inclusion lens in all aspects of work, and empathetic approach help bring leaders
and team members along in change management initiatives.
Christina brings hands-on expertise having served as the Chief of Staff and Director for Strategic Initiatives for a
mid-size international nonprofit. Christina is a graduate from the University of Maryland and is certified in Project Management for Development Professionals. Christina was born, raised, and continues to reside in the Washington D.C. area.
CEO and Board Advisor
Tom Dente has served as an advisor, consultant, and leader in both the nonprofit and private sectors in roles focused on assisting organizations to achieve their full potential. In August 2019 he completed his tenure as the first President and CEO of Humentum, a global international NGO membership association focused on advancing operational excellence for the social sector. Before Humentum, Tom was InsideNGO’s President and CEO before leading the three-way merger of InsideNGO with LINGOs, an international learning organization, and Mango, a UK registered charity, to create Humentum in 2017. He originally joined InsideNGO in 2011 as Chief Operating Officer. At InsideNGO and Humentum, working closely with senior leaders of member organizations. Previously, Tom was a partner at both Bain & Company and A.T. Kearney, two global management consulting firms, advising senior leaders at commercial and nonprofit organizations on strategy development, organizational effectiveness, and performance improvement in a 20+ year career.
Tom currently serves on the Board of Directors for PM4NGOs, a global nonprofit focusing on project management in the development sector, and has previously served on the Board of Directors for InterAction, an alliance of more than 250 US-based NGOs. He has also participated in the Transnational NGO Leadership Institute at the Maxwell School at Syracuse University. Tom has a BA in economics from Dartmouth College and earned an MBA from Columbia University.