For over 25 years, Steve Friedland has been developing and delivering innovative and transformative professional and personal development presentations, programs, and solutions to diverse industries, government, universities, and third sector organizations.
His presentations and programs bring real world expertise, engaging narratives, international research studies, knowledge, expertise, models, teachings, and practices drawn from both multi- and interdisciplinary fields and disciplines including leadership studies, cognitive and social sciences, learning and human development, communication, religion, health, and spirituality. Steve is an honored recipient for excellence in teaching from the University of California, Davis and holds a graduate degree in clinical psychology.
He has been recognized and praised as an “out-of-the-box thought leader”, “inspirational” and “engaging” speaker, “outstanding” and “transformative” teacher, mentor, and coach. Steve’s professional work and private life reflects his passionate and lifelong commitment toward helping diverse organizations, leaders, and professionals transform their goals, talents, skills, and potential into “next level” development and growth.
Steve is happily married for over 29 years and lives with his family in the Pacific Northwest.
Linda Zimmerman has served non-profit and community-based organizations needing assistance in strategic planning, board development, fundraising, and volunteer management.
Linda has volunteered with schools, hospice, suicide prevention, and domestic abuse agencies as well as being a community campaign organizer with V-Day. She is a former Board President for the Network for Women’s Lives, a past Board member with Domestic Violence Services Network and served as vice-president of the International Women’s Club in Boston. Linda also co-founded and produced Women’s Speak a conference for empowering women held at Bentley University.
Linda is happily married for over 29 years lives with her family in the Pacific Northwest.