Southeast Association of Facilitators
RICH GOIDEL LEGACY FELLOWSHIP
The Southeast Association of Facilitators is happy to announce the creation of a new fellowship in memory of our longtime association member and Board member RICH GOIDEL.
PURPOSE: To honor the talents and contributions of our longtime SEAF member Rich Goidel, this new legacy fellowship will be granted each year. This fellowship will grant one-year of free SEAF membership.
GOALS: The fellowship winner will help dream up and give assistance to the exciting programs and sessions of SEAF, an organization which Rich loved deeply.
TIME FRAME: Once the selected applicant is determined, that person will be granted the next 12 months of their SEAF membership free, effective immediately.
WHO CAN APPLY? This is an open application process: any interested person is invited to apply.
MORE ABOUT RICH HIMSELF:
Rich was a true Renaissance man, showing deep curiosity: He was steeped in music theory, playing keyboards, guitar, cowbell – you name it!
Rich embodied welcome and inclusion: He was quick-witted, inquisitive, alert and wore one of the widest, warmest grins you’ve ever seen.
Rich was an original and inventive thinker: He served as a strategist, facilitator and VP of Innovation at 352, a digital producing company.
Rich was a thought leader in Visual Facilitation: He’s known for creating and illustrating a masterful tool called the Catalyst Cards, “the fastest, easiest way to get people talking.”
These are the 4 traits we invite you to focus on in your submission:
Demonstrate / describe your deep curiosity and your variety of interests, or
Demonstrate / describe your devotion to welcome and inclusion, or
Demonstrate / describe an example of your original thinking for a project or task, or
Demonstrate / describe your interest or expertise in Visual Facilitation and its benefits for group meetings