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Strengthening Communities.

Fierro Consulting inspires authentic relationships, encourages shared decisions, and grows results by envisioning a world where the needs of all are met. We believe communities facilitate the ongoing growth of their members by listening deeply while pursuing excellence together.

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Rita S. Fierro, Ph.D.
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News Updates

New Publication! Facilitation And Evaluation

I co-edited this issue of New Directions in Evaluation to bridge the views of these two fields. More

How will we write the next chapter of the story of race in America?

Using Art of Hosting and Conflict Transformation: An event in Houston, Texas.    More

New Results on Girls' Lives in Afar

Why is it hard to change attitudes about girls' education? Because in poor countries, it's more complex than you may think. Check out the results of this study funded by Girlhub Ethiopia More

Photo courtesy of Girlhub Ethiopia ©2013

Arts in Evaluation

My webinar on the use of Arts in Evaluation is now available online.  More

For Organizations

For Organizations

Increase Capacity
with Shared Strategies

Fierro Consulting can help you increase your organization’s capacity. Create shared strategies and decisions with participatory leadership processes. Build a learning organization that makes data-driven decisions. Improve the impact of your work. More on our Services for Organizations

For Individuals

For Individuals

Wellness Services
for Your Full Potential

Fierro Consulting offers wellness services to help you overcome past experiences and launch you into the full potential of your present and future. Use Reiki for self-development or personal relaxation.  More on our Self-Development Services


“I found Dr. Fierro to be a visionary in her approach. Her work was consistently thorough and exemplary. I appreciated the mix of technical knowledge and humanity she used to transform a conference session in a genuine learning community.”

— M. Mcclure, National Science Foundation

From Rita's Blog

Got relatives or friends on the other side of your political beliefs? Can't get three words in before the conversation gets rough? Do you avoid talking all together to avoid feeling awful? For my series on inclusive conversations−conversations where differences are seen not as a resource, not a threat−and this tip is for you: don't word-pick, empathize.