Tom Wolff

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Tom Wolff, Ph.D., "is a national consultant on coalition building and community development with over 30 years experience training and consulting to organizations, foundations, grassroots community groups, and governments in Massachusetts and across North America. His services include: training, consultation, facilitation, helping government develop collaborative strategies, working with foundations, and developing specialty resource materials for organizations. From 1985 to 2002 Tom Wolff founded and directed Community Partners, a technical assistance and training program for those involved in coalition building and community development. In that role Tom was on the staff and the faculty at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. Under Tom’s leadership, Community Partners started four community coalitions, consulted with dozens of others across the state, and founded Healthy Communities Massachusetts, a unique statewide network linking innovative community building efforts in cities and towns. Tom’s writings on coalition building include From the Ground Up (1997 with Gillian Kaye) a workbook on coalition building and community development, as well as The Spirit of the Coalition (with Bill Berkowitz), published by the American Public Health Association in 2000." [1]

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  1. Directors, Karuna Center, accessed April 30, 2008.