Susan Mooney is a San Francisco based consultant with a focus on organizational transition and change management. Susan’s professional path demonstrates the efficacy of learning by doing; early training in analyzing issues and dynamics through a social context combined with an innate strength for connecting the dots between vast amounts of data have been the solid foundation for her work with nonprofits focused on issues of equity, justice and rights. Susan was politicized in the movement to end violence against women, and worked in rape crisis during a period when organizations and coalitions were grappling with how to effectively meld strategies for social change with social services, learning nonprofit management skills in that context was a powerful gift. Susan views organizational development skills as a valuable contribution to social change, by building stronger organizations, networks, and collaborations we also develop more effective strategies, activists and communities. Susan’s has had the honor of working with organizations that span the gamut from small, grassroots organizations like San Francisco Women Against Rape, to medium-sized organizations including Asian Law Caucus and large complex networks such as ACLU of CA.