Our Mission

is to translate, craft and deliver custom business solutions that free clients to do the work they love.

Claire Wheeler is a specialist in strategic design and stewardship for nonprofits, community-based businesses and individuals.

Her passion is to translate the creative genius of people into the systems and structures that make meaning and dismantle stress at work.

Before starting RE:WORK LLC, Claire worked for ten years as a program director and administrator in the environmental non-profit sector. She has also earned her keep by knocking on doors, harvesting vegetables, and selling kites.

Claire is a proud member of the teaching team at the Women’s Small Business Program at Mercy Connections and is adjunct faculty with Marlboro College’s Graduate & Professional Studies program.

She finds power in prose & splendor in spreadsheets.

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MBA

Managing for Sustainability, Marlboro College Graduate & Professional Studies

BA

Government, Smith College

Graduate

Rockwood Leadership Institute, The Art of Leadership

the people's institute for survival and beyond, Undoing racism workshop

training for change, training for social action trainers

Fellow

Center for Whole Communities, Whole Thinking Retreat

Trainer

Results Based Accountability

Volunteer

The Haymarket People's Fund
(Boston, MA) 

Central Vermont showing up for racial justice
(Central VT)

Montpelier Community Justice Center
(Montpelier, VT)

Hunger Mountain Cooperative Community Fund
(Montpelier, VT)

Support clients to have the tools & confidence they need to run their organizations with greater ease and less stress.

Trust the collective wisdom of any group in any situation.

Center the inherent institutionalized oppression and inequity upon which capitalism is founded.

Make meaningful work by making work meaningful.

Celebrate learning, feedback and authentic communication.

Grow in line with the needs of the community and our clients, and never growing for the sake of growth.

Redefine what work means for a just society.

Build a world that truly works, one workplace at a time.