Evangeline is a social change designer with over 20 years of community building and organizational development experience. From Tech companies to food justice coalitions, co-housing communities and universities, she has worked with numerous forward-thinking clients to create systems that are healthier and more just. Evangeline got her start at the New York City Department of Health training social workers and emergency responders to give HIV pre and post-test counseling. She has worked in human resources and spent 5 years as the Director of Diversity & Equity for Duke University’s Office for Institutional Equity. Evangeline served as the leadership program director at the National LGBTQ Task Force. Working internationally, she has a great deal of experience collaborating with interpreters and is also fluent in Spanish and French. Whether she’s facilitating a year-long change process or a 1-day workshop, Evangeline’s enthusiasm and passion for her work are evident. “I love sustaining leaders on a path towards purpose and impact.” She turned her television off in 1984 and occupies her time cooking, walking, making art.
Beyond Conflict is owned by Evangeline Weiss and Cheryl Dalton, two social change agents who have been working for justice and liberation for over 30 years. Their experience brings visionary consulting and coaching through a social justice lens. Beyond Conflict’s customized, comprehensive programs are in use nationwide and continue to create long-lasting solutions.