Curtis Ogden – Northeastern US
Curtis Ogden is a Senior Associate with the Interaction Institute for Social Change (IISC) and has spent the past two decades helping change agents, social sector organizations, communities and networks to better collaborate for justice and sustainability. Much of Curtis’ work entails consulting with multi-organizational networks and network organizations to strengthen and transform food, public health, education and economic development systems at local, state, regional and national levels, while doing this work with an eye towards equitable wellbeing and belonging. Curtis writes regularly for IISC’s blog and the Network Weaver blog.
In addition to his work at IISC, Curtis is on the advisory boards of EmbraceRace and Beautiful Ventures. He is a member of the Research Alliance for Regenerative Economics (Planetary Health Lab at Edinburgh University) and a Fellow with the Netweaver Network (University of Colorado-Boulder). Curtis holds a Master’s degree in theology from Harvard Divinity School and a Bachelor’s degree in cultural anthropology from the University of Michigan.