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06/17/2013

Saybrook University Welcomes New Board of Trustees Officers

Renee Levi
Renee Levi

Saybrook welcomes its 2013-14 board of trustee officers: Renee Levi, PhD, previously the board co-chair, as chair; Brendan D. Leonard, MBA as vice chair; Bradley G. Fisher, MBA, as secretary; and Sam Talucci, MA, DMAN, as treasurer.

Renee Levi is an alumna of Saybrook University, graduating in 2003 with a PhD in Organizational Systems. She is a principal of Resonance Consulting, a leadership and organization development firm specializing in executive coaching, organizational research, strategic planning, small and large group facilitation and change management. Renee is also Co-Director and Director of Research for the Powers of Place Initiative, a Fetzer Institute supported project exploring the influence of place, space and environment on collective transformation toward positive change in the world.

Brendan Leonard is Senior Vice President of Stevens Strategy, a higher education consulting firm specializing in the process of strategic change at colleges, universities and schools.  He has worked with Stevens Strategy since its founding more than eight years ago and is the firm’s expert in its strategic planning stakeholder conference and operational planning process.

Bradley G. Fisher is the CEO of Springcreek Advisors, LLC, a family office investment advisory firm based in Marin County, California. Prior to joining Springcreek, Mr. Fisher was a Vice President of Bernstein Global Wealth Management in New York and served as a general partner and the Chief Operating Officer for Pemigewasset Capital, LLC, a Connecticut-based family office and hedge fund.

Sam Talucci is the president of Talucci Consulting Group, a boutique consultancy that works with individuals and teams on complex responsive processes in the domains of leading, communication and conflict. He is also a Senior Faculty member of the National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS).

 

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