Brenda Kaulback, Knowledge in the Public Interest, USA
Brenda Kaulback is Communities Coordinator with Knowledge in the Public Interest (kpublic.com), a strategy consulting firm specializing in the development and deployment of Virtual Communities for Social Innovation (VCSI) and focused on new models of organization leadership and learning for the non-profit, public and philanthropic sectors. For the past ten years, she has consulted in cross-systems work, assisting people and institutions to reach out across boundaries and work together. Her clients have included leading public and private agencies. She has held senior leadership positions in state government in education, employment and training and social services and taught secondary school and college. She received her Master's in Teaching from the University of Maine and her B.A. in English from Bates College, in Lewiston, Maine.
Volume 2, Chapter 2 - Holding the Virtual Space: The Roles and Responsibilities of Community Stewardship