Testimonials

Joe McCannonThe Social Change Agency is an incredible team – thoughtful, kind, generous, practical and incredibly insightful. Their goal is to make your organization thrive and to make your work thrilling and joyful. They deliver, 100%. I would recommend them to anyone.”   – Joe McCannon, Founder of Giga and sought-after mastermind for improving healthcare

Ras Kirmani-FryeBefore I worked with The Social Change Agency, I knew I was a good manager. I knew I was a good leader. I knew I could communicate. And I knew I loved to have fun and was passionate. I just did not know how to do all of those things together. Our coaching sessions were action-oriented conversations that required me to engage my whole person – mind, body, and soul. I re-trained myself to see challenges as opportunities, adversaries as allies. Letting go of all the pressure to be perfect has changed my life. I am more open, more happy and a much better leader and colleague as a result of working with The Social Change Agency. I am actually a change-maker rather than a change-reactor.” – Rasmia Kirmani-Frye, Director of Community Solutions’ Brownsville Partnership, powerful leader for social change in one of the most distressed neighborhoods in America

Tim UnderwoodBecky is an efficient, effective & creative leader that brings the best out of teams to achieve aggressive results. I’ve already began to see improvement with the teams I lead in the federal government, military reserves, and at a non-profit.” – Tim Underwood, Presidential Management Fellow

 

hom incBecky and Christine facilitated a team retreat for our organization.  The retreat was fun and interactive. Becky and Christine were full of positive energy that was contagious.  Our team learned to recognized the positive attributes of each member and how to have authentic relationships with one another. These valuable skills have helped us become a better team.”  – Hom, Inc. Phoenix, Arizona

IMG_8184Becky facilitated a two-day convening of leaders from across Australia, all of whom are passionate about ending homelessness.
As a group, we have diverse backgrounds and come from very different communities.  We do not meet often.  Becky led us through a process that helped us access our own collective wisdom and break through to new possibilities not determined by what is currently available for poor people; rather, only limited by our strength, our generosity, our creativity, and our imagination. We are all inspired and motivated to do more and to keep having the conversation across our international boarders.” – Karyn Walsh, Coordinator, Micah Projects, Brisbane, Australia

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