Rangineh Azimzadeh Tosang, MA, CPF, specializes in facilitation and conflict transformation which has positioned her to do work internationally as well as domestically in these key areas. To this end, Rangineh founded Solh Resolutions International, a private consulting company, with the aim of guiding and empowering us to expand our awareness and understanding of ourselves and others. Her current client list includes mission-driven, socially justice oriented organizations focused on creating systemic change in historically marginalized communities.
Rangineh received specialized training in working with groups in conflict through the University of San Francisco and is trained in the Technology of Participation® methods, which includes skills in strategic planning, consensus building, action planning, and implementation. She has extensive cross-sector experience including work with not-for-profit, private and public institutions and brings a collaborative range of skills from these experiences to her work. She has successfully led groups through processes ranging from building initial organizational infrastructure all the way to strategic planning. In May 2013, Rangineh became a certified trainer with the National Conflict Resolution Center based in San Diego, CA followed by becoming a Certified Professional Facilitator through the International Association of Facilitators the subsequent year. In November 2016, Rangineh was named one of Sacramento Business Journal's 40 Under 40. Rangineh also serves as a Racial Healing Circle facilitator after receiving training from the Oakland-based nonprofit Attitudinal Healing Connections.
In addition to her professional work, Rangineh has a fierce commitment to giving back to her community and working with youth. Among her repertoire of community service and youth work is having served as an adult mentor for Minds Matter, a Portland-based youth mentoring program. She also served as a facilitator for several youth camps and continues to work with youth as a facilitator with Soliya, a global virtual exchange program that engages youth in difference through dialogue. In 2013, Rangineh co-founded the Sacramento Young Professionals of Color, a group dedicated to creating a space for dialogue and community among young professional of color in the Sacramento region.
Rangineh graduated cum laude from Portland State University with BA in Communications Studies. in December 2009, Rangineh graduated from the Monterey Institute of International Studies with her MA in International Policy Studies with a specialization in International Conflict Resolution.