About Me

At Do Good, Be Good, we help you make a positive impact on your community with expert organizational development consulting and facilitation specifically designed for AmeriCorps programs and other mission-driven organizations.


Meet Sharon

Sharon Tewksbury-Bloom is a professional facilitator with extensive experience working with AmeriCorps as a former service member and as an AmeriCorps Project Director. Sharon is passionate about service and about supporting the development of mission-focused leaders. Sharon received her master’s degree in Organizational Development and Knowledge Management from George Mason University’s School of Public Policy, and she is the host of the Do Good, Be Good Podcast where she interviews people doing meaningful work. Sharon lives in Flagstaff, Arizona and spends her free time volunteering at the community theater, local history museum, and mountain biking groups, as well as recently serving on a City Commission. After finishing grad school, Sharon and her husband spent a year road-tripping across the United States and Canada, volunteering for a week in each community they passed through.

Sharon has donated bone marrow twice. She’s can’t do a cartwheel, but she did play rugby in college. When she isn’t busy volunteering, enjoying the natural beauty of Northern Arizona, or geeking out about the latest organizational development research, she can be found sharing her AmeriCorps knowledge to help programs serve their communities and support their service members.


If you’re looking for virtual or hybrid resources that are highly engaging and effective for your program, we would love to partner with you. 

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