Engaged Consulting Corps

ECC consultants come from a variety of disciplines/backgrounds and are available to facilitate discussions, lead workshops, give speeches, and/or 
provide effective technical assistance around a range of issues in the field. The ECC database is available for anyone to search for a consultant. After identifying potential consultants, please contact them directly using the information provided in their profiles. ECC members negotiate their own arrangements and fees. Campus Compact of the Mountain West receives no payment from ECC members or clients.  Apply to join ECC database.

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CONSULTANT EXPERTISE CAMPUS TYPES CONSULTING TYPES ISSUE AREAS
Veronica House Communication/effective story-telling, Coordination of engagement centers/programs, Facilitation techniques, Faculty development, General Education Four-year, Private Interactive Presentations, Speeches, Workshops Environment, Housing/homelessness, Hunger
Sabrina Sideris Bridging academic affairs and student affairs, Communication/effective story-telling, Coordination of engagement centers/programs, Facilitation techniques Interactive Presentations, Speeches, Workshops Community/economic development, Conflict resolution, Environment, Poverty
Janis Nowlan Bridging academic affairs and student affairs, Communication/effective story-telling, Coordination of engagement centers/programs, Facilitation techniques, Faculty development, General Education Four-year, Private Interactive Presentations, Speeches, Workshops Community/economic development, Conflict resolution, Environment
Nicholas Kovach Communication/effective story-telling, General Education Four-year, Private Interactive Presentations, Speeches, Workshops Community/economic development, Conflict resolution, Diversity/multiculturalism, Environment, Housing/homelessness, Hunger, K-12 education, Literacy, Poverty
Rena Dulberg Bridging academic affairs and student affairs, Communication/effective story-telling, Coordination of engagement centers/programs, Developmental education, Diversity/intercultural programming, Facilitation techniques, Faculty development, General Education Four-year, Private Interactive Presentations, Workshops Community/economic development, Conflict resolution, Diversity/multiculturalism, Environment, Housing/homelessness, Hunger, K-12 education, Literacy, Poverty

SPOTLIGHT ON ENGAGEMENT

Here at CCMW we are tasked with “leading the evolution of the engaged campus,” but what does that mean? What better way to tell the story of engagement than by looking at an example of an engaged student. We would like to introduce you to Melissa Tilleman, a recent graduate of the University of Wyoming (UW), to help tell the story of how CCMW supports a campus in creating opportunities to produce engaged students.

Behold the power of service.

Melissa...