“Governing Complex Systems- Stories from the Front Lines,”
Community Voices and Appalachian Foodshed Project is presenting Tracy Kunkler on Monday April 27. In her talk, “Governing Complex Systems- Stories from the Front Lines,” Tracy will discuss her consulting work with people and organizations that want to create fundamental changes in complex systems, such as local food production and distribution networks. Free parking is available around Fralin at Litton Reeves, Hillcrest,or Engel parking lots after 6 PM. We look forward to seeing you there!
Tracy Kunkler, MSW, is principal at Social Profit Strategies, a social enterprise and consulting firm that works with forward-thinking leaders who are engaged in their communities and who value collaborative leadership. Whether they lead businesses, organizations, or cross-sector networks, their clients have social missions that contribute to a vision of resiliency, creativity and prosperity for all. Tracy co-founded the Dynamic Governance Institute, which has evolved into Circle Forward, a new system of consent-based governance.
Monday April 27, 2015, 7:00pm
Virginia Tech Institute for Policy and Governance