Executive/Leadership Coaching | Transition Coaching | Strategy & Planning | Succession Planning | Leadership | Peer Learning
Since 1988, Janet Boguch has been owner and principal of Non-Profit Works, www.janetboguch.com, a nonprofit management and organization development-consulting firm. The mission of her firm is to assist individuals and organizations to reach their highest potential and to ensure the health and stability of the nonprofit and public service sectors through consultation, technical assistance, facilitation, training, leadership coaching and keynote presentations.
Janet has served several hundred nonprofit organizations of all types and sizes in areas such as strategic planning, board development, leadership and team dynamics, organizational change and all aspects of fundraising.
Because of her commitment to and passion for leadership development, education and the nonprofit sector, she has been teaching nonprofit management and related topics at universities and colleges for over 23 years. She is core faculty for the University of Washington's Fundraising Management and Nonprofit Management Certificate Programs and for Seattle University's Executive Masters of Not-for-Profit Leadership Graduate Degree program.
She excels at facilitating peer learning groups and for 19 years has led TableTalks Seminars for Nonprofit Professionals. Different groups of executive directors, senior managers, development/fundraising professionals meet monthly in a confidential setting to share ideas and solve organizational problems. BoardTalks Seminars are designed exclusively for nonprofit board members to learn together to strengthen their boards and organizations.
Because of her expertise in board development, Janet serves as a Senior Governance Consultant for BoardSource based in Washington DC (www.BoardSource.org).
Janet has received several distinguished leadership awards including University of Washington Faculty Excellence Award from The Business School, the Eddie Carlson Leadership Tomorrow Award, Business Volunteers for the Arts Award and the Professional Achievement Award from NDOA/Northwest Development Officers Association.
She has served on several human service, arts and professional association boards, nonprofit boards, as well as serving as a King County Arts Commissioner.
Janet's passion is to spark ideas, connect people and inspire positive change.