Dana Pearlman designs and facilitates multi-stakeholder engagements and action learning experiences that incorporates personal development, purpose-driven venture creation with systems thinking for social change. Her academic background is in clinical psychology and strategic leadership towards sustainability.
She uses powerful questions to unearth wisdom at the individual, team, organizational and community levels. Her intent is to steward a world that is more whole, interconnected and in alignment with our true selves for wiser and conscious impact. Her sweet spot is at the intersection of authentic leadership, tapping into other ways of knowing (beyond cognition) the world, collective healing and cultivating communities of practice in order to accelerate the profound transformation that is needed in our world.
Dana’s designed and facilitated sessions for The Ministry of Education of Tanzania, Bioneers, GlobeMed, Dalai Lama Fellows, California Association of Hospitals and Health Services, Sonoma County Sustainability and Energy Department, Impact HUBs, Stanford Leadership Experiment, CIIS, Sonoma State U’s CORE Leadership, Sustainability Learning Centre, BTH in Sweden: Masters in Strategic Leadership towards Sustainability program.