Katha Kissman provides Nonprofit Organizational Development consulting for a wide variety of organizations. In addition, she is a Senior Governance Consultant with BoardSource (formerly the National Center for Nonprofit Boards) and the author of its 2006 publication, "Taming the Troublesome Board Member" and its 2009 publication, "Trouble at the Top: the Nonprofit Board's Guide to Managing an Imperfect CEO". In 2015, Katha co-authored "Transformational Governance: How Boards Achieve Transformational Change" (ASAE Foundation/Wiley). Katha also provides Executive Coaching and Life Coaching and is a Clinical Hypnotherapist.
Interim Leader and Nonprofit Organizational Consultant
Interim Leadership or Organizational Development clients include: 4 Girls Foundation, ACLU of Florida, African Studies Association,American Council of Learned Societies, AIGA | the professional association for design, American Harp Society, American Hospice Foundation, American Kidney Fund, American University Department of Performing Arts, American University Center for Global Peace - Iraq Human Rights, American Musicological Association, American Research Center in Egypt, American University Department of Performing Arts, American University Center for Global Peace - Iraq Human Rights, Association of International Education Administrators, Association of Muslim Nonprofit Profressionals, Ballet Vero Beach, Bureau of Economic Affairs, ARNOVA, The Bea and the Bug, CASTLE, Center for Charter Schools, Center of Workforce Innovations, Colorado Trial Lawyers Association, Community Foundation of Broward County, Contemporary American Theatre Festival, Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation, DC Advocates for the Arts, Dialysis Patient Citizens, Dunes Learning Center, Environmental Learning Center, Executive Services Corp of Chicago, Females in Training, Fetzer Institute, Foundry Players, Florida Atlantic University, Friends of Hexagon, Gene Logic, Girls In Training, Gorter Family Foundation, Greater Raleigh National Association of Women Business Owners, Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute Foundation, Hispanic/Latino Initiative, Hope For The Warriors, Indiana University Northwest, Institute for Humane Education, Interages, IONA, The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Leadership America North Carolina, Linguistic Society of America, Marquette Mall, Martin Community Foundation, Middle C Music, Mighty Special Music Makers, Montgomery Community Media, Belize Audubon, National Crime Prevention Council, National Crime Prevention Council, National Flute Association, National Hemophilia Foundation, New Buffalo Business Association, New Buffalo Community Partnership, New York Avenue Foundation, Nonprofit Direct, The Organization of American Historians, Panama Audubon, Parker Home, River Valley Senior Center, Save Our Schools, Trans-Arab Research Institute, United Way Indian River County, The U.S. Russia Foundation, U.S. Steel, and VNA of Porter County, Volunteers for the Arts Chesapeake, VSA, Wisconsin County Police Association, Wright Way Health Foundation.