Steve Joyce is an organizational development specialist with over 30 years of experience designing and implementing activities for private and public sector organizations in the United States and throughout the world. He has extensive experience assisting U.S. government agencies and NGOs, including USAID, U.S. Forest Service, National Audubon, ACDI-VOCA, the IMF, and the U.S. Department of State. He has assisted numerous national and international programs with strategic thinking and implementation planning, communication approaches and participatory stakeholder processes, capacity building (government institutions, NGOs and private sector associations), and has been very successful in helping disparate stakeholder groups reach shared vision of what needs to be done, negotiating organization roles and responsibilities, coaching network/stakeholder and national leaders, facilitating problem solving and conflict resolution, and helping stakeholder coalitions grow and prosper. Over the last few years, he has provided assistance to programs in Indonesia, Angola, Lesotho, Uganda, Kenya, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Iraq, Albania, Qatar, and Egypt (where he lived for 6 years). In addition to Egypt, he has also resided in Nigeria and Benin.