Current and Past Clients

The Strategy Group recently was selected to support The Greater Kansas City Hispanic Development Fund to develop their first Theory of Change and facilitate their strategic planning process."

The Greater Kansas City Hispanic Development FundFund, FoundationWebsite

The Strategy Group is supporting the Obici Health Foundation in Suffolk, VA in their Healthy Beginnings initiative. TSG consultants will provide technical assistance and network support to multiple community collaboratives in the development of their maternal and child health planning grants."

Obici Health FoundationHealth Foundation, Suffolk, VAWebsite

The Strategy Group is supporting the St. David's Foundation in a comprehensive planning process to assess the current conditions and capacities of the rural communities in the Foundation’s service area to commit to, and engage in, a community capacity building process leading to more capable and effective community responses to local social and health problems. The anticipated long-term goal of such an investment would be to dramatically strengthen the capacity of rural communities to collaboratively create local innovations to solve or reduce the negative consequences of pressing social and health problems in their own communities."

St. Davids FoundationHealth Foundation in Austin, TXWebsite

The Strategy Group is supporting Kaleidoscope Pathways in their partnerships with the Greater New Orleans Funders Network (GNOFN), the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust and the University of Pennsylvania - Forward Promise Project. Each of these efforts include supporting organizations to develop theories of change to communicate and advance their strategic priorities."

Kaleidoscope Pathways, LLCStrategic Consultation and Evaluation Research FirmWebsite

The Strategy Group partnered with Public Health institute to support the California Accountable Communities for Health Initiative (CACHI). TSG provided training and coaching to CACHI Accelerator Sites focused on building strong community networks throughout California."

Public Health InstituteNon-profit public health organization headquartered in Oakland, CAWebsite

The Strategy Group partnered with El Centro, Inc. to facilitate and coach organizational leaders and stakeholders to develop an organizational theory of change, align programming, services, strategies and outcomes to achieve their organizational mission. The mission of El Centro, Inc., a not-for-profit corporation, is “strengthening communities and improving lives of Latinos and others through educational, social, and economic opportunities.”"

El Centro, Inc.Nonprofit corporation serving the Latinx community in Wyandotte and Johnson County KansasWebsite

The Strategy Group, funded by the Deaconess Foundation in St. Louis, MO, is partnering with the ACLU of Missouri to support a comprehensive 4 year capacity building plan to strengthen the organization's capacity to effectively defend and preserve the individual rights and liberties guaranteed by the Constitution and laws of the United States."

ACLU - MissouriNon-profit civil liberties affiliate of the National ACLU organizationWebsite

The Strategy Group is supporting Community Organizing and Family Issues (COFI) with funding from the Deaconess Foundation in St. Louis to design and implement a four year comprehensive capacity building plan to strengthen the capability of the organization to achieve its mission. COFI's mission is to strengthen the power and voice of low-income and working families at all levels of civic life—from local institutions and communities to the local, state, and federal policy arenas."

Community Organizing and Family Issues (COFI)Nonprofit organization headquartered in Chicago, ILWebsite

TSG provided a racial equity facilitation guide for the National Early Childhood Equity, Y-USA initiative's cohort learning community. Working with the Project Director and local facilitator, TSG's Andrea Anderson and William Moore developed a day-long process for exploring and examining policies and practices that may be blocking equitable access to early childhood services at participating Y's."

YMCA USANational nonprofit youth development organizationWebsite