If social change means making the places we live and work more just and equitable, then Mistinguette Smith believes that change must produce results we can touch, see, feel — and measure. She has piloted innovative, data-informed public funding partnerships in AIDS services in Ohio, and developed Target: Hunger, an outcomes-based organizing model to reduce domestic hunger in Massachusetts. Prior to becoming a Senior Associate, Smith was an independent consultant, designing strategy with rural and urban agriculture organizations; facilitating environmental and health care leadership development programs; providing board training for LGBTQ, racial, gender and economic justice groups; and serving as an affiliated trainer and facilitator with IISC. Clients say Smith brings sharp clarity and deep practical experience to their conversations about twenty-first century leadership, program design and strategy. A graduate of Smith College, she holds the MPA in Public and Nonprofit Management from New York University. She is also a poet, essayist, and founder of the narrative-based Black/Land Project.