Kirsten Farrell is the director of the Goodman Center. She is the co-writer and editor for free-range thinking and the principle author of The Goodman Center Blog (coming soon), resources that share tools and guidance for public interest professionals to connect to and communicate with their audience.
Kirsten serves as lead facilitator for Goodman Center workshops and webinars and has co-facilitated for innumerable webinars for clients including The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, UCLA, The National Museum of African American History and Culture and many more.
She is on the advisory team for The Corporation for Supportive Housing’s Speak Up! Program LA, where she trains people with lived experience of homelessness to tell their stories and advocate for permanent supportive housing. In her spare time, she performs as a company member of the nationally recognized Impro Theatre doing long-form narrative improv, cheers for the Dodgers and Angel City Football Club, and plays the piano.