All change starts at home.
Together, we must experience what we want to bring to life in the world.
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We're a team of friends and colleagues living and working in the greater Washington D.C. area.
We're intentional about how we work together because we know that we cannot create anything
in the world without first creating it within ourselves and our own teams.
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Lindsey currently works as a communications and change consultant supporting leaders and helping teams navigate large organizational transformations. Part of her approach to change stems from her own personal practices and engagement with mindfulness and meditation. Lindsey currently volunteers with Insight on the Inside (IOI), a non-profit comprised of nearly 40 volunteers that bring meditation to people who are incarcerated in the DC metro area. As part of this program, Lindsey is leading small group meditation and mindfulness discussions at a local area detention facility. Mindfulness practices are also foundational to her work as an Art of Hosting practitioner, a leadership approach that scales from the personal to systemic using personal practice, facilitation, dialogue, and co-creation to address complex challenges.
Jenny is a facilitator, experiential educator, and social entrepreneur whose life’s work is centered around meaningful community engagement and aims to contribute to equitable opportunities for all people to live free and fulfilling lives. Jenny moved to the Washington D.C. area in 2018 and currently runs a small consulting practice working with organizations and initiatives to cultivate community and leadership evolution through practices that scale up from the personal to the systemic, bridging personal development with interpersonal, community, and whole systems change work. She draws from a variety of disciplines and fields in her work, including participatory and strengths-based leadership, systems thinking, visual thinking, Theory U, Appreciative Inquiry, and deep listening. She has been an Art of Hosting practitioner since 2008. She's also currently a listener poet with The Good Listening Project, and co-leading the creation of a global Wise Democracy Community of Practice.
Zarko seeks to connect ideas, people and organizations, to create platforms for learning, collaboration and growth. He founded LeadIN to change the leadership paradigm: how we see and treat each other and how we work together toward a common vision. Zarko was born and raised in Bulgaria and has lived, studied or worked in Bulgaria, Hungary, France, and the United States. He speaks Bulgarian, English, French, and Spanish and currently lives in Washington, DC with his wife, new son, and cat.
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