My husband, Cliff Bisch, and I owned and operated On Site Group (OSG), which we formed in 2001 to develop training curriculum for business and industry in collaboration with college, state and federal agencies, with the goal of reducing employee turnover, increasing employee proficiency–levels, thereby providing more family wage jobs throughout the State of Oregon. I’ve also work with clients on other projects.
Located in Eugene, Oregon, I continue to offer my services locally as a freelance consultant and independent contractor utilizing my years of experience in the areas of creative direction, marketing strategies, sales, event planning, fundraising, social media, online community management and research. I also collaborate with my daughter, Effie Siverts on website development and design projects that require a high level of technical expertise.
I am available for short-term and long-term projects. My business profile and recommendations are conveniently posted on Linkedin.
If you are located in the Eugene/Springfield area, I invite you to contact me for a free, one-hour consultation. If out of area, I am happy to consult with you by phone to assess your needs before retaining my services. For more information, send me you questions or comments using my Contact form.
Please peruse the other pages of my website to find out more about me and my personal interests.
The other half of my story in business and in life, “DZ” – my spouse for over 42 years. He’s semi-retired, enjoys sailing, restoring vintage boats and cars.
Some of my favorite things are street photography, steeping tea, channel no. 5, quotes, fingerless mittens, hugs, singing birds, falling leaves, audio books, sailing, juicing, shapes of clouds, the fragrance of sweet peas, haiku, riding my bike, making new friends and hearing their stories, plunking on a stringed instrument, handwritten letters, the aroma of spices, cooking, family, the laughter of children….
Use what talents you possess; the woods would be very silent if no birds sang except those that sang best.
Henry Van Dyke