December 11, 2019 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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Kimberley Jutze


Kimberley Jutze is Chief Change Architect at Shifting Patterns Consulting, a certified B Corporation, where she facilitates social change by working alongside organizations that think and act outside the box to address society’s most pressing challenges. She frequently collaborates with startups and early stage social enterprises to help them obtain funding and strengthen their organizational capabilities. A strategic thinker with a passion for excellence, Kimberley draws upon her organization development experience to bring additional value to her work. Beyond the satisfaction of achieving sustainable results, such as facilitating the transition of an international nonprofit social enterprise from a concept to a fully functioning organization, she also takes an active interest in the success of the people she works with. Kimberley has consulted with nonprofits and for-profits in Africa, Asia, Europe, and North America, working within the communications, economic development, education, gender, health, information technology, and international development sectors. She is also an organization development and social enterprise presenter at industry conferences, webinars, and workshops. Aside from presenting at social enterprise and organization development events, she has written a case study for the 10th edition of Organization Development and Change and is the author of the “Nonprofit Funding and Long-Term Sustainability” Social Good Guide scheduled to be published in the fall of 2014.  Kimberley’s commitment to social change and socially responsible business includes serving on the nonprofit board of LDI Africa and as an advisor to the Chesapeake Sustainable Business Council. Professional affiliations include the Affinity Lab, Impact Hub DC, Mentor Capital Network, #SocEntDC Host Committee, and Think Local First DC.

Connect with her on Twitter @ShiftPatConsult, Facebook or LinkedIn.

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