A FREE Live Masterclass

Who is doing what in your coalition?

With Jennifer Redmond Knight, DrPH

One of the benefits of coalitions is that you can do more together than you could on your own. One of the greatest challenges is figuring out who is actually doing what in the coalition.

You know how important it is to communicate, coordinate and eliminate duplication, but rarely talk about how to actually do it - and more importantly – who will do it. We have:

  • New, energetic coalition members asking what they can do to contribute

  • Long-time experienced coalition members ready for a change

  • Staff who are overwhelmed and unsure what they need to do and what others can do

  • Funding agencies who ask for “proof” that your coalition has specific partners engaged

If you are ready to learn some practical strategies and engage with other rock star coalition-leaders who are experiencing similar challenges, then you will want to join me for this Masterclass!



Assess the roles you need for your coalition

Clarify expectations

Connect coalition participants with meaningful roles

"Coalitions are all about relationships which can be rewarding but also hard to navigate at times. Jennifer’s work with the Nebraska Cancer Coalition helped us to think about ways we could work to bring our partners together and have more of an impact in our state. Her insight and knowledge of how coalitions work was invaluable, and I would recommend her to others who are struggling to bring their coalition to the next level."

Tamara Robinson

Program Director, Nebraska Cancer Coalition

This masterclass is a must attend if:

You are feeling overwhelmed by all of the possible roles needed for your coalition

You are struggling with getting clear on “who is doing what” 

You want to engage
your staff, leaders
and members in a meaningful way

You would like to connect and learn from other coalition leaders

When you get clear on “who is doing what” for your coalition then you can successfully bring people together to do more than you could on your own.

Whether you are brand new to coalition building or you have been “herding cats” for years, clearly defining “who is doing what”  is one of the most important things you can do to support coalition engagement. 

Like so many areas of coalition building, it’s easy to talk about but not easy to do. Join me to discover three practical strategies that I have used (and am still using) in over 20 years of experience that you can immediately apply to your coalition building experience. 

If you are ready for your coalition to finally become crystal clear on the roles needed

and connect the right people to those roles, then check out my Masterclass recording.

I look forward to “seeing” you then!