STEPHANIE CLOHESY "is an international consultant to private foundations, philanthropic affinity groups, and public service organizations. Her consulting practice is focused mainly on organizational development (strategic planning, program development, social marketing, reflective learning.) Prior to establishing a consulting practice, Ms. Clohesy was a program officer for the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, Battle Creek, Michigan, the executive director of the NOW Legal Defense and Education, director of the Foreign Policy Association’s Fund for the Future, and administrative director of the Center for Policy Research. Ms. Clohesy currently chairs the Women's Funding Network, and was elected to the Board of the Tides Center in San Francisco, an international center that administers more than 500 start-up and on-going social change projects. She is a graduate of Loyola University of Chicago and the University of Northern Iowa. Ms. Clohesy is an alumna of the Special Session Global Women’s Leadership: Lessons from Success and Best Practices, 1997. She has served on several Salzburg Seminar faculties and co-chaired Session 330, Building and Sustaining Democracies: The Role of Non-Governmental Organizations, 1995."