facilitationTami Graham, M.A. Facilitation

· Meeting and Retreat Facilitation

· Strategic Planning

· Effective Teambuilding

· Conflict Resolution Strategies

· Special Event Planning

Tami has worked with dozens of local and regional businesses, governmental agencies and non-profit organizations conducting  board and staff training, development and strategic planning. 

A partial list of clients includes:

CDOT, La Plata County, City of Durango, U.S. Forest Service, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Town of Ignacio, Mountain Studies Institute,  Fort Lewis College, Adaptive Sports Association,  Sustainability Alliance of SW Colorado, Operation Healthy Communities,  Durango Nature Studies,  Mancos, Dolores and Durango School Districts,  San Juan Basin Health Department,  Fire Ready Inc.,  Habitat for Humanity, Sun Ute Recreation Center,  Adult Education Center,  Durango Community Access Television,  Durango Natural Foods,  Southwest Center for Independence,  Montezuma Tobacco Coalition,  Canyons of the Ancients National Monument,  Mancos Valley Chamber of Commerce, KSJD FM,  Crow Canyon Archaeological Center.

She has also been retained by Leadership La Plata since 2004 to conduct the Leadership Skills Development component of their program and is in her fourth year as a trainer for the Summit Leadership Series in Montezuma County. 

Tami Graham is a 5th generation Coloradoan and has lived in southwestern Colorado since 1984.      
 She received her masters Degree in Transpersonal Psychology, with Graduate Certificates in both Organizational Leadership and Conflict Resolution from JFK University in Orinda, California.

Tami has mediated dozens of business, workplace, family, and community conflicts.  She has served on several non-profit boards and has been the Executive Director of Animas Conservancy Land Trust, KDUR FM, and Braided River Mediation Center in Durango, Colorado. 

She was awarded Woman of the Year at Fort Lewis College in 1996 for her
leadership as the Station Manager of KDUR FM.