Darin J. Harris is a private consultant and co-founder of Living Giving Enterprises. As an organizational consultant and facilitator for local, state, federal, and international public sector, non-profit, and private, for-profit organizations, Darin leads people, programs, and projects to improve performance by applying a suite of professional skills, including group facilitation and problem solving, strategic planning, process improvement, project management, and policy analysis and evaluation.
Darin Harris is co-founder of Living Giving Enterprises, an organizational and leadership development company that houses Journeyofcollaboration.com. For over 25 years, Darin has led people, programs, and projects to unapparelled performance. Local, state, federal, and international public sector, non-profit, and private, for-profit organizations call on his expertise in organizational consulting and facilitation. He draws from a suite of professional skills including group facilitation and problem-solving, strategic planning, process improvement, project management, and policy analysis and evaluation.
His clients include: Washington State Employee Credit Union; Friends of the Pheasant Branch Conversancy; Wisconsin’s Green Fire; University of Wisconsin-Madison; University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire; University of Vermont; WI Department of Human Services; Madison Metropolitan School District; Middleton-Cross Plains School District; Williamson Street Grocery Cooperative; American Players Theatre; City of Columbus; Middleton Chamber of Commerce; International Crane Foundation; WI Department of Natural Resources; River Alliance; Wisconsin Environmental Initiative; and the Environmental Council of States (ECOS).
In 2007, he teamed with FacilitatorU to create a comprehensive, week-long facilitative leadership program called Journey of Facilitation and Collaboration (JoFC) that has drawn nearly 800 participants from across the US, Canada, Europe, Asia, and Australia.
Darin is a speaker, author and instructor who guest lectures at University of Wisconsin-Madison and Edgewood College in Madison, WI and Northland College in Ashland, WI. He held a distinguished prefix title for his work at UW-Madison, where he worked as an internal consultant at the Office of Strategic Consulting for over 15 years.