Mindy Meyer, Associate Facilitator, joined the Center for Collaborative Policy in 2008. She facilitates collaborative processes for large and small groups; visioning; strategic planning and implementation; change management; organizational development; coaching; and training and development. She is also an effective and diligent project manager. She is based in Southern California.
She is currently providing support to the development of the Owens Lakebed Master Plan in the Eastern Sierras. The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power has convened a 30 member Planning Committee to build a collaborative vision for the future of Owens Lakebed with goals and objectives based on public trust, dust control, habitat and wildlife, water conservation and potential renewable energy. In 2009-20010 she worked with the Governor’s Office of Planning and Research on 2010 Census Engagement project. Some of the organizations she has provided facilitation services for include US Forest Service (National Planning Rule Region 5 Roundtable); California Department of Mental Health (DMH) and the Mental Health Services Oversight and Accountability Commission (MHSOAC); Office of Traffic Safety and the California Highway Patrol; and the State Personnel Board and Department of Rehabilitation.
For the past 15 years she has worked in a range of community development areas including affordable housing, youth development, workforce and economic development. Mindy’s areas of expertise include collaboration, community organizing, program development, teambuilding, and leadership development. She has work experience in the public, private and nonprofit sectors as a consultant, project manager, and executive director.
Mindy serves on the Board of Directors for Venice Community Housing Corporation. She graduated from Antioch University with a Master’s Degree in Organizational Management in 2007.