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Caroline McAndrews has worked in the nonprofit sector for 14 years conducting research and assessments, writing, presenting, and running programs. She’s worked with academics, activists, funders, and community members to explore questions such as how to develop the next generation of leadership, engage clients in social change, and build a systems approach to social service work. She received her BA in Urban Studies with a focus in architecture from Stanford University and is the author of What Works: Developing Successful Multigenerational Leadership and co-author of Structuring Leadership: Alternative Models for Distributing Power, among other titles. In addition to her coursework at DSI, Caroline is also consulting for the Building Movement Project, where she most recently served as the Director of Research and Documentation.

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