Deborah Fleischer


College of Marin, Painting I-IV (2015-2018)
Spirit Rock,
Creativity Retreat (2004, 2005, 2006, 2010, 2012)
Wild Carrots,
Toni Littlejohn (2000-2004)

Harvard University, Master of Public Administration
Yale University
, Master of Environmental Studies
University of California, Santa Barbara, B.A. in Environmental Studies


2015, 2017

College of Marin, Fine Arts Gallery, Juried student shows.


Numerous shows
O’Hanlon Center for the Arts, Mill Valley, California


February 2  – 28, 2013
Depot Cafe Mojo Exposed, Mill Valley, California


Fall, 2009
John Wilmer Gallery, Sausalito, California


Jack Beck Most Creative Award 2008, Mill Valley Paint Off


Green Impact, 2000 – Present, Creative Director on numerous videos and poster projects. Clients include University of San Francisco, UCSF, and County of Ventura.

Green Spa Network, 2015, Taught 1-hour Creativity Workshop at Annual Conference

O’Hanlon Center for the Arts, 2000, Taught 1/2-day Silk Painting Workshop

Creativity Blog Posts

Spark Creativity and Innovation: Seven Tips for Reclaiming your Creative Confidence

Use Nature to Spark Creativity

A Greener Valentine’s Day

Creativity Workshop

Our one-day Spark Creativity Workshop empowers participants to identify their barriers to inspiring innovation and creativity as a leader. Through interactive exercises participants learn and practice key skills to overcome these barriers. This daylong workshop includes a simple creative process (no artistic skills required!), that provides participants insights into what blocks their creativity and deepens their ability to be leaders that spark innovation. Participants leave with specific strategies and activities for inspiring inspiration and action.

Topics include: Managing the inner critic; Importance of taking risks and willingness to fail; Strategies that promote a more creative team; and Using nature to inspire. Partcipants leave with:

  • A better understanding of what blocks your creativity and innovation
  • More comfort in stepping into the unknown
  • A specific short-term strategy for increasing innovation in your team
  • A kick-off, interactive activity that will inspire creativity and make sustainability more visible