About Great Bay Work

My name is Shari Wilson,  I am the founder of Great Bay Work. Great Bay Work is here to help you figure out the best way forward with challenges and complex situations that affect quality of life within the Chesapeake Bay watershed. Issues such as land use, policy development, program implementation, and organizational management potentially shape our public health, environmental and economic future.

I have worked closely with people representing communities, organizations, businesses and government agencies at the local, state and federal levels throughout the Chesapeake Bay watershed and across the country and look forward to assisting you reach your goals.

GreatBayWork does not provide legal advice nor does it adhere to any political ideologies. Rather, this is about improving outcomes efficiently, effectively and collaboratively.

 

If you think GreatBayWorks may be able to assist you, please contact me.

For information about my background, please click here.

Whether developing a strategy that can be supported by diverse interests or designing a redevelopment project, collaborative processes produce outcomes with higher likelihoods of long term success.

Whether your organization is transitioning from volunteer led work to a professionally staffed structure or reworking a long standing process for better outcomes, it’s important to pay attention to a strategy that gets you from Point A to B with the support of your team and using your data to drive analysis and decision making.

Public health and environmental projects and programs in the public sphere often must prioritize among worthy competing issues. Figuring out the best mix of resources, data and outcomes can often make the critical difference.

Great Bay Work is here to help you figure out the best way forward with challenges and complex situations that affect quality of life within the Chesapeake Bay watershed. 

ABOUT US

Great Bay Work is here to help you figure out the best way forward with challenges and complex situations that affect quality of life within the Chesapeake Bay watershed. Issues such as land use, policy development, program implementation, and organizational management potentially shape our public health, environmental and economic future.

CONTACT

 

 

410.336.1519

P.O Box 5852
4005 Wisconsin Avenue
Washington D.C. 20016

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