Kiara Nagel (she/her) is a creative strategist with 20 years of experience building creative and collaborative social change initiatives. Kiara delivers facilitation, training and consulting services to foster collaboration, grow healthy organizations, and support equitable community development. She has contributed to many local, national and international initiatives focused on economic and racial justice and narrative and social change. Kiara can often be found training and supporting diverse sets of organizers, educators, and practitioners across sectors to be more strategic and creative in their work.
Kiara holds a Masters in City Planning from the Department of Urban Studies and Planning at MIT. Recent clients have included: The CARE Fund, Alliance for Community Transit Los Angeles, Blue Cross Blue Shield of California, Why Hunger: Grassroots Solutions to Hunger, Hampshire College, University of Orange, and W.K. Kellogg Foundation.