Trish Silber is president of Aliniad Consulting Partners, Inc., a Washington D.C.-based consulting firm focused on leadership, team, and organization development. Her expertise is in coaching executives; leading system-wide organization change efforts; and designing and leading organizational learning in the areas of leadership, team development, complex systems, communication, and conflict.
The principles of complexity science have inspired Trish’s consulting approach for over two decades. Applying these principles has significantly increased the capacity of her clients to successfully influence the dynamic systems and environments in which they work and live. In recent years, Trish’s conference presentations, publications and pro bono consulting have been focused on furthering our collective understanding of the powerful implications of complexity science on organizational consulting.
forming Aliniad, Trish was a senior partner with Catalyst Consulting Team,
Inc., a national firm known for work in strategic alignment, leadership
development, and experiential learning. She earned a masters degree in business
from Santa Clara University College and a BA in behavioral psychology
Connecticut College. She served on
the faculty of the George Washington University graduate program on leadership
coaching from 2001 to 2006.
Trish’s clients have included AARP,
Children’s Hospital of the King’s Daughters Health System, Conservation
International, Lockheed Martin, Merck & Co., Inc., NASA’s Goddard Space
Flight Center, The Nature Conservancy, Sibley Memorial Hospital, The
Smithsonian Institution, and T. Rowe Price Associates, Inc.
In addition to the Plexus board, Trish
serves on the board of the National Environmental Education Foundation (NEEF)
and on the Advisory Council of The Leadership Sanctuary.