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Annette L. Nathan, Founder of Annettework Consulting
Annette L. Nathan, is a life-long transformational visionary who has been delivering global training and development programs for more than forty years.
Today, Annettework Consulting has launched “The Annettework,” a global marketplace for women to network and accomplish what they think is impossible. The company values extraordinary service, identifying what’s missing, and distinguishing what’s needed for self-generated success.
Annette’s consulting services specialize in teamwork, communication and leadership training, and Transformational Education for working women and business owners. Many of her clients employ her as an executive coach at the highest levels of their organizations. Her worldwide consulting engagements transform communities, businesses, organizations and leaders.
Annette’s methodology focuses on cultural transformation. Using a refined and reliable methodology, Annette works with her clients to undergo a process that has the clients themselves invent new futures that are inspiring, challenging and extraordinarily effective. The power of these new futures is expressed in the culture – not as feelings or words alone, but as culturally aligned intentions, authentic actions and ongoing breakthrough results.
Annette’s personal style is direct, challenging and compassionate. She is both an acute listener and a fearless analyst of business culture. Her balance of humor and rigor enables clients to tackle and transform the most challenging aspects of their organization. Working inside a general framework, Annette tailors the delivery of her consulting products for the individual needs of each client.
In 2010, Annette inspired audiences with her Tedx Talk, “The New Era of Wealth Creation & The Golden Age of the Entrepreneur.” She leads a highly innovative time management and productivity workshop that “Human Resource Executive Magazine” awarded “Top Training Program of the Year” in 2003.
Annette has traveled the world consulting leaders and governments specifically in the countries of China, Honduras, Chile and Nigeria. She has worked with non-profit organizations committed to human development including inner-city youth, a relief organization rebuilding preschools destroyed in Bosnia and the tribal leadership of a Native American community in Pine Ridge, South Dakota. Annette has served on the boards of several organizations engaged in international relief work affecting children.
Annette graduated with honors in Asian History from Duke University in 1978.
Dr. Khush Cooper, MSW, PhD
Dr. Khush Cooper, MSW, PhD. is an Adjunct Professor at the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs as well as a consultant to public child welfare systems and private child welfare organizations in the areas of foster care reform, LGBTQ youth in systems, implementation science, and leadership. Dr. Cooper teaches Leadership for Social Change, Being a Leader & the Effective Exercise of Leadership, Child Welfare Policy, Resilience Risk & Thriving among Children and Families, and Foundations of Macro Practice at the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs at UCLA. She has been a foster care subject matter advisor to the UCLA Williams Institute, a nationally renowned LGBT research and policy analysis center as well as to the Los Angeles LGBT Center, who she supported to win the largest federal grant ever awarded to an LGBT cause. Dr. Cooper received her MSW (2000) and PhD (2010) in Social Work from Luskin.
Dr. Cooper is a specialist in the study and practice of project management and implementation science. As the CEO of Implematix, a firm dedicated to helping social service organizations innovate, Dr. Cooper has cultivated long-standing relationships with policymakers, leading practitioners, and consumers to shield and guide California’s child welfare organizations, both public and private, through business transformations and reform initiatives. Her credibility in the child welfare field is further enhanced by her years of direct practice experience in foster care, residential treatment, and community adolescent service settings. She has deployed quality improvement initiatives and performance management systems for large multi-site child welfare and mental health provision organizations; designed practical implementation support and readiness initiatives for state and federal legislative mandates such as the Title IV-E Waiver Demonstration Project and the Families First Prevention Services Act; and is an advisor to the Implementation Collaborative within Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago as well as CQI subject matter expert utilized widely by Casey Family Programs.
Sam Daley-Harris founded the anti-poverty lobby RESULTS in 1980, co-founded the Microcredit Summit Campaign in 1995 with Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Muhammad Yunus and FINCA founder John Hatch and founded Civic Courage in 2012. Sam coached Citizens Climate Lobby its first 7 years and is the author of Reclaiming Our Democracy: Healing the Break between People and Government about which Jimmy Carter said: “[Daley-Harris] provides a roadmap for global involvement in planning a better future.”
Jerrie Ueberle, Founder and CEO at World Academy For The Future of Women
Jerrie Ueberle is the founder and president of Global Interactions, Inc., a Phoenix-based non-profit corporation focused to increase worldwide communication and understanding among U.S. professionals and their international counterparts. The purpose of this work is to create partnerships with colleagues to continue the dialogue and develop sustainable relationships. Conferences, seminars, and study programs engage participants in sharing best practices, research, and technologies that contribute to identifying common concerns and discovering new methodologies for achieving results. The work of Global Interactions began in 1984 and has organized more than 80 international conferences and symposiums in China spanning a 30-year period of rapid change and development.
In 2009 she founded the World Academy for the Future of Women to accelerate women’s leadership worldwide. The program housed on Sias International University campus has expanded from a one year Academy for 100 women each year, to a second year Advanced Academy and a third year Academy in Action, in addition to a Men’s Academy for the Future of Women to promote collaborative work that will prepare men in understanding and acting on issues related to advancing and promoting women in society and the workplace. The Academy gained recognition from the United Nations as a charter ASPIRE member in 2013. Over the last decade, the Annual Women’s Symposium is held in May attracting international speakers for an audience of 5000 university women and their mothers.
In 2015, marking the 70th year of the founding of the United Nations, the 15th Anniversary of the United National Millennium Development Goals, and the 30th Anniversary of Global Interactions, the Millennium Milestone Makers Award was created and awarded to international leaders who have achieved success in addressing the United Nations MDG’s.
Jerrie served on the Foundation Board of Directors of SIAS University, the first private U.S. University in China, located in Zhengzhou, Henan Province. She served as Board President for two years. She has also served on the following boards: the International Athena Board, The Phoenix Parks and Conservation Foundation Board, and the Japanese Friendship Garden Board.
In 2015 she received the Women’s International Network Global Leadership award, the Social Entrepreneur 2015 Award. and Global Community Service award from the World Network of Entrepreneurs Worldwide.