Amery Burnham is the Director of Research and Programs for Burnham Rosen Group, a Leadership Development and Consulting Firm based in Boston and London. Formerly the director of The Jacobson Group’s Teaming and Global Leadership Practice, Amery has worked with organizations in a broad variety of sectors to design and manage complex organizational change. Emphasizing strategy integration with leadership interventions and collaboration, Amery has provided training and training programs for global leaders, teams and networks. Areas of expertise include the development of learning and knowledge systems, integrated performance management / strategic alignment systems, collaborative activity value analysis, and sales and marketing analysis integration. She specializes in working with senior leadership to design and implement strategic directives. Amery focuses on the intersection of cognitive neuroscience, learning, motivation and outcomes. Her academic training has spanned anthropology/mythopoesis at Vassar College the Mind, Brain & Education graduate program at Harvard. Amery is member of the American Psychological Association, the Psychological Learning Network, the Virtual Teaming Alliance and The International Mind, Brain and Education Society.
Wendi Goldsmith, CPG CPSSc, is the President and Founder of CUWR. She has been a leader in the field of ecological engineering in New England and is currently working at the forefront of the reconstruction effort in New Orleans. She has extensive experience in all phases of project design and implementation for lakes, rivers and tidal areas. She has played a key role in promoting local familiarity and acceptance of bioengineering methods, and has aided in the logistical planning for innovative projects. Ms. Goldsmith is skilled in the areas of soil science, fluvial geomorphology, biochemistry, landscape design, and wetland management. She also had a thorough understanding on federal, state and local environmental regulatory policy. Her vision, intelligence, and extensive experience provide CUWR with support and technical expertise, enhancing our ability to complete increasingly complex projects.
Peter Feuerbach, Esquire, is Secretary and co-founder and Director of The Center for Urban Watershed Renewal, Inc. He is the lead legal resource for the organization, with broad experience including projects and transactions involving environmental impact reports, wetlands and waterways, hazardous and solid waste, due diligence, enforcement, real estate acquisition, financing and disposition, construction, and business law and litigation. He has advised start-up companies as well as established companies on organizational and general counsel matters.