Epiphany Planning & Development

With over twenty-five years working with businesses and organizations, and a Master’s in Public Administration, Denise Dahl, Owner of Epiphany Planning & Development,  continues to focus on her mission  to help increase organizational ROI along with employee happiness and engagement.

Denise has consulted with a wide range of clients including manufacturers as large as General Mills, and as small as startups, working with businesses, manufacturers, government, and nonprofit organizations in California, Florida, Illinois, Iowa, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Virginia.

Along with the actual ‘doing’ Ms. Dahl has also taught/teaches at Trine University, Bluffton University, and Bowling Green State University in the areas of International Business, American Government, Public Administration, as well as Nonprofit Leadership.

Additionally, Ms. Dahl has been appointed in the past to various leadership positions including being selected by the Governor of Iowa to serve on the State’s Community Development & Tourism Vision Iowa Commission. She has written U.S. Senate Sub-Committee testimony related to community development and economies, and been involved in a wide range of pro-active efforts including winning an award for her part in facilitating a multi-entity government/business/nonprofit collaboration in downtown Virginia development.

Ms. Dahl is a member of the Society for Human Resource Management, a board member of the Northwest Ohio Human Resources Association, various Chamber of Commerce groups, National Association of Women Business Owners, etc. She has a lengthy history of participating on nonprofit boards as well.  For a deeper dive into Denise’s experience and to see others’ recommendations of her work connect with her on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/strategicsuccesstools/.

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