In this rapidly changing world, we believe there are two principles for organizational success: human-centered design and simplicity.
We select projects and team members who understand the power of kindness and designing solutions that have a positive, social impact. In addition, simplicity provides focus and clarity - stripping out the unnecessary complexities.
Case Study: Housing as Healthcare-A Tiny Homes Village for Clients with Severe Mental Illness
Capacity Building + Board Development + DONOR Strategy
By having strong Board engagement, diverse donor streams, and efficient processes, nonprofits accelerate opportunities to meet their mission. However, many are always having to adapt to transitions in funding, staff, and services. We assembled a flexible team of non-profit experts with experience in donor development, operations, and strategy.
Case Study: Hiring for a Bright Tomorrow-Empowering Leaders Who Work with At-Risk Youth
Fractional Human Resources + Process & Quality Improvement + Compliance Review
Every organization employs people, but people are the most unpredictable product out there. When organizations have staff turnover in key roles, or they grow so quickly there is an urgent need to shift direction, a strong Human Resource function is crucial to business sustainability -- financially and culturally. We assembled a team of diverse HR professionals with experience in strategy and operational alignment.
Case Study: Identifying Factors for Sustainability of Community Health Programs
Research Administration + Data Oversight + Implementation
When universities and other research organizations receive grant funding, Principal Investigators need project teams who can swiftly come in and execute on a project plan, ensure fidelity of data, and manage tight timelines. With limited funding, staff turnover, and multiple stakeholders, however, research administration can quickly become complex. We assembled a team that included a senior project manager, data advisor, and research coordinator to plan and implement a community-based participatory research study.