Vicki Pozzebon

Principal Consultant, Owner, Prospera Partners

Santa Fe, NM

Accelerate Collaboration, Act Local First  |  Community Economic Development, Consultant, Food and Agriculture

Vicki designs local economy networks, systems, and strategic plans that put communities first.

Vicki is owner and principal consultant of Prospera Partners consulting firm, which designs local economy networks, systems, and strategic plans for businesses, organizations, and government agencies that put our communities first. Beyond consulting strategic planning, convening and facilitation services, Vicki is available for public speaking engagements and workshops that will inspire community leaders and entrepreneurs to move to action to localize their economy. She has helped clients develop and grow programs and their business by identifying key Localism strategies for success including marketing, press, and business planning. As founder of both the Farm to Restaurant Project and Delicious New Mexico, Vicki is a master at building local economy food systems and the infrastructure needed to support them, for greater prosperity for all. She is also a skilled facilitator, supporting the next generation of activists through her Emerging Social Sector Leaders program, and is a blogger and writer of all things local, having authored numerous articles and white papers.

Vicki’s background includes arts administration, nonprofit development, marketing, and public relations, and facilitation. Honors include Young Careerist ’06, and 40 under Forty Business Executive by New Mexico Business Weekly. In 2008, Vicki was appointed to the City Business and Quality of Life Committee by Mayor Coss, and in 2014 was on the City of Albuquerque’s Living Cities Leadership Team for Mayor Richard Barry.

Impact

  • Under her leadership the Santa Fe Alliance grew to become an award-winning and nationally recognized local economy network and received is the prestigious Visionary Nonprofit Award from the Santa Fe Community Foundation.
  • Grew a network of over 15 farmers and 30 restaurants to purchase $80,000 in products in a 16-week season, through the Santa Fe Alliance’s Farm to Restaurant Program. The program has been replicated in several ities including Albuquerque and Las Vegas, NM.
  • Launching Delicious New Mexico, a network for value-added food producers in partnership with South Valley Economic Development Center.

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