is a consultant, author, and teacher. He works nationally to provide solutions
through strategic planning, program evaluation, training, organizational
development, and meeting facilitation for nonprofit organizations, foundations,
and public agencies.
Provide planning, community cultural planning, program evaluation, and
facilitation services nationally.
Director, Arts Extension
Service and Lifelong Learning Programs, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Directed the national Arts Extension Service and local adult education
courses in Lifelong Learning Programs and Performing Arts Division
Director, The Arts
Extension Service University of Massachusetts Amherst 1990-98.
Directed the national nonprofit arts service, publishing, and professional
The Arts Extension Service University of Massachusetts Amherst
1984-90. Designed, administered and taught a national
continuing professional education program. Wrote and edited arts management
Manager of Extension
Services, Ontario Crafts Council
Toronto, Ontario 1981-83.
Designed and directed an outreach system for regional craft organizations
Owner and craftsman,
The Otter Workshop
1971-80 Eton Rugby, Ontario.
Built wood and canvas canoes and toys.
Doctor of Philosophy,
Regional Planning. 1994 University of Massachusetts Amherst,
Dept. of Regional Planning. Conducted the first national study of the
impact of community cultural planning.
Master of Education,
Organizational Development, 1990 University of Massachusetts
Amherst, School Of Education. Created the national Peer Advising Training
Program serving 24 states.
Bachelor of Arts,
English and Educational Psychology, 1970 University of
Nebraska Lincoln. Elected student body president.