Sheila Bliss Duffy is a businesswoman with a social conscience who consults and coaches to organizations and individuals to foster their efforts to address social and environmental issues from enterprise development livelihood development, community development, food security to natural resource conservation – in ways that make economic sense. Dr. Duffy’s professional experience includes managing businesses, programs and projects and providing technical assistance and training to change agents for clients including Dominican University of California, New United Motors Manufacturing Inc., Banyan Global, University of California-Berkeley, University of California-Davis, United States Peace Corps, Biodiversity Support Program (a consortium of World Wildlife Fund, The Nature Conservancy, and World Resources Institute funded by USAID), Texas A&M University, Mississippi Consortium for International Development, and The United Way. Trained as an applied systems scientist by prominent professors including Norman Borlaug, the “Father of the Green Revolution”, Dr. Duffy understands complex issues involving human and natural system interactions. She holds a Ph.D. in Agricultural Education from Texas A&M University, Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees in Business Administration, and certifications as an ICF Professional Certified Coach and Job and Career Transition Coach. She is also a former stockbroker, Returned Peace Corps Volunteer, and is fluent in Spanish.