Reach Our Goals is committed to building strong, resilient non-profits that have deep impacts in their communities and the world. Our approach is team-based. Utilizing the skills of our core staff and adjunct experts with which we collaborate, we are able to provide clients with world-class service tailored to their organization’s needs.
We offer resources for organizations and individual leaders in our effort to “help do-gooders do more good.” These range from our free podcast, numerous webinars, affordable online courses, as well as consulting and coaching services.
Our Core Team
Evan is an organizational “geek” who specializes in transformations and transitions. As an expert in team management and leadership development, he is most excited when working with groups tackling change: helping them identify hurdles, address conflict and develop clear, exciting visions and implementation paths for the future.
Evan’s background includes roles as political campaign manager and consultant for numerous candidate and issue-based campaigns. He served as Senior Project Manager for the Saint Consulting Group, Executive Director for the largest Unitarian Universalist State Action Network in the country and was a founding board member of the Coalition of Unitarian Universalist State Action Networks. He has served on numerous non-profit and small business boards of directors and is happy to be helping organizations succeed through work at Reach Our Goals.
Evan helps clients navigate strategic planning and communications strategy. He also leads the Leadership Coaching Program and many of our Facilitated Retreats.
Evan matriculated magna cum laude from the University of Texas at Arlington, holds a certificate from the Harvard-MIT Public Disputes Program, is a trained Open-Space Technology Facilitator, is a certified Strategic Planning Professional, and is a Registered Parliamentarian. He resides in Danielsville, Georgia.
Rev. Paul was ordained as a Unitarian Universalist minister in 1997. He has served as settled, interim and consulting minister in congregations of all sizes. He brings his personal experience as a transgender man to this work along with an extensive background in organizing, social justice, and guiding congregations through conflict.
Paul holds an M. Div. from Andover-Newton Theological School and a Masters Degree in Restorative Practices and Youth Counseling from the International Institute for Restorative Practices. Rev. Paul brings 30 years of experience in circle work and conflict management, including vulnerability and shame work, to help non-profits and faith communities overcome deep conflict, and to facilitate open, creative and supportive environments.
He brings his experience to Reach Our Goals in leading the Restorative Practices for Organizations & Communities Program as well as general consulting.
Rev. Paul began his transition in 2004.
Click here to contact Paul if you are interested in the following:
- Learning about Restorative Justice Practices
- Leading Restorative Justice Circles or Community-Building Circles in Your Congregation
- Information on Conflict Resolution, Shaming, and Power Dynamics