Tag Archives: Where Are They Now?

A Conversation with Natalie S. Burke about Facilitative Leadership

By Sarah Strunk on February 16th, 2017

Some people leave a lasting impression. They live beyond their comfort zones, their vulnerability reminding you that if you don’t try, you almost certainly will fail. They speak their truth authentically and passionately, paving a way for you to search more deeply for your own. And they lead with a spirit of abundance that cultivates […]

Advancing Equity in Two Florida Communities

By Phil Bors on February 8th, 2017

A Conversation with Laureen Husband Today’s shifting political environment has increased urgency in the struggle for equity. New federal policies will impact the resources we have to address critical community health challenges. So more than ever, we count on the helpful perspective, optimism, and wisdom of friends and colleagues who have partnered with Active Living […]

A Conversation with Rocio Muñoz on Lasting Resident Leadership and Action for Equity

By Phil Bors on November 30th, 2016

This season urges us to reflect on what gives us meaning. At Active Living By Design (ALBD), we often find that it’s our relationships. Earlier this fall, ALBD promised to reintroduce its readers to community health leaders with whom we have worked in the past, and I am personally grateful to stay in touch with […]

Introducing: Where are They Now?

By Phil Bors on September 8th, 2016

Over the past 14 years, Active Living By Design (ALBD) has collaborated with amazing professionals and change agents who are talented and committed organizers of healthy community initiatives. Typically, our connection formed because we provided coaching and technical assistance to dozens of partnerships and project directors supported by a variety of multi-year grants. In the course […]