Gail Fisher M.S.W., R.O.D.C.
Fisher has more than 25 years experience helping people and
organizations deal with issues that negatively impact productivity,
collaboration, and effectiveness. She began her career as a social
worker assisting individuals and groups with personal and workplace
issues, and later established Resources for Change.
Ms. Fisher helps clients move beyond problems into
action. She is especially skilled at facilitating needed change at the
organizational, team, or individual level.
Ms. Fisher holds a B.A. in psychology and
anthropology from Hunter College. She earned her M.S.W. with an
emphasis on group dynamics at Yeshiva University while a National
Institute of Mental Health Fellow, and subsequently completed a
fellowship in the Change Management Program at the Johns Hopkins
University School of Administrative Science.
In addition to serving as an organizational
development consultant, Ms. Fisher co-facilitates collaborative group
interventions, and is frequently called upon by national and
Washington, D.C. area firms to serve as an interventionist in crisis
situations. She is on the International Registry of Organizational
Development Professionals and helped found the Washington, D.C. Chapter
of Future Search Associates. She is affiliated with many other
professional organizations and has been a speaker and presenter for
national and international groups in Washington, D.C., Virginia,
Maryland, and Mexico.