Sally-Ann is dedicated to the nonprofit sector. For more than thirty years she has contributed her passion and expertise as a board member, senior administrator, fundraiser, search consultant and volunteer. She has a Social Work Honours degree (equivalent to a U.S. Master's Degree) from Monash University, Melbourne, Australia.
After representing two of the country's well-known executive search firms for a decade she established her own company in 2002 to help build leadership in progressive organizations nationally including those focusing on criminal justice, human and civil rights, human services, the environment, arts and advocacy.
In addition to passion for her work, Sally-Ann is a published poet and novice photographer who loves to tango and continues to volunteer. She has taught job readiness to people about to transition from Riker’s Island; served on the Board of a group dedicated to supporting people with substance misuse issues and was an original member of the Campaign to End the New Jim Crow at Riverside Church. She currently serves as an Advisory Board member for Of Note Magazine.
“To improve is to change; to be perfect is to change often.”