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David Kelleher is an organizational consultant, and a co-founder and Senior Associate of Gender at Work, a global knowledge and capacity-building network on institutional change for gender equality. He has worked with numerous non-government and public organizations helping them build their capacity to further social change. He has held a number of leadership roles within Amnesty International, including a term as President of Amnesty Canada. He is co-author books, and articles on organizational change, most recently, Gender at Work ; Theory and Practice for 21st Century Organizations, Routledge.


Masters Certificate in Organization Development and Change›

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