Patty Goodwin attended her first Omega workshop in 1980 and has been a part of Omega ever since. After joining Omega’s stewardship council, she chaired the groundbreaking event for the Omega Center for Sustainable Living (OCSL) and joined the board of directors shortly afterward.
Goodwin works as a producer, writer, and content strategist in New York City and elsewhere in the Hudson Valley. Previously, she cofounded Broadstreet, an internationally recognized creative services company with offices in New York, Los Angeles, Boston, and London, where for more than 20 years she was executive vice president and creative director.
In addition to event, video, print, and web work for such prestigious corporate clients as Time Warner, Blackstone, Pfizer, and Daimler Chrysler, Patty Goodwin has created informational videos for nonprofits, including the Alzheimer’s Association, the Prostate Cancer Foundation, and the Empowerment Institute. She was executive producer and creative director for New York City’s 2012 presentation to the United States Olympic Committee, which helped New York City win its bid to become America’s nominated host city for the 2012 Summer Olympic Games.
Cherishing her roots in the Hudson Valley, and deeply committed to fostering sustainability in the region, Patty Goodwin is a former chair of the board of Sustainable Hudson Valley, and she sits on the board of the Woodstock Land Conservancy and on the advisory board of Feminist.com.