The nonprofit consultants listed below serve nonprofit organizations in Southwest New Mexico.
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Mattie Eagle has worked for, owned or managed non-profit and for profit businesses in Grant County for nearly 10 years. She is a mother of two, a cyclist, and enjoys camping and exploring nature with her children. She also currently serves on the Board of Directors for Guadalupe Montessori School.
Mattie consults on Quickbooks setup and management and provides a variety of accounting and bookkeeping services for various organizations in the area. More about Mattie Eagle
I’ve been a staff member, volunteer, board member, and consultant. I served as an Executive Director for a total of 21 years. As the Executive Director of Tucson Botanical Gardens , the Water Conservation Garden Authority, and Friends of the Water Conservation Garden, I reported to boards ranging in size from six to 23, and ranging in form from a public Joint Powers Authority to a traditional nonprofit to a Friends Group with governance responsibilities.
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Jessica Haynie is the CEO of Three Stones Consulting and the creator of Mindful Fundraising™. Her strong commitment to the nonprofit sector is reflected in a decade of experience fundraising for organizations in a variety of fields, ranging from higher education to the performing arts to grassroots environmental conservation. She leads the Three Stones team of consultants in strategizing and implementing holistic organizational and fundraising practices.
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Merritt has an extensive experience with program development, direction, evaluation, analysis, report and proposal writing and a 16-year history working with and for indigenous peoples and Alaska Natives and on grant programs benefiting their education.
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Elizabeth Lilliott, Ph.D. is a social anthropologist and a Program Evaluator for the Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation. She has conducted ethnographic research in a variety of settings, ranging from community development participants in rural Ecuador, to incarcerated women, behavioral health policy makers, providers, consumers and their social supports in New Mexico.
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Stéphane Trustorff Luchini, Transformative and Restorative Conflict Intervention Consultant: Stéphane provides consulting services for organizations seeking to create social environments in the workplace that reduce conflict and increase connection among its members. He is currently applying his 12 years of experience in mediation and restorative justice to help schools and workplaces incorporate restorative practices into their communities which build capacity to solve conflicts, create positive relationships and respond to harm in a way that provides healing and accountability.
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Derek Markham is a writer, digital media consultant, and problogger, and has been helping businesses and organizations navigate social media and use the web for marketing and public relations since the 2008. Derek also builds websites using one of the most user-friendly platforms, WordPress, teaches clients how to best use their site to advance their goals, and consults on website strategy and content marketing for organizations.
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Shirin McArthur worked for four different nonprofit organizations over the course of 23 years before starting her own freelance business in 2012. She is an expert writer, editor and proofreader, with the ability to clarify the communications of any nonprofit organization.
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Blaire McPherson is an experienced grant writer and Excel and Office Suite trainer available for consulting or interim staff positions. Since moving to southwest NM in 2006, she has written or edited over $16M in federal and foundation grant proposals, bringing in 31% of dollars sought.
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Mary Newkirk specializes in helping nonprofit organizations plan and implement fundraising initiatives that advance capacity and build donor relations. Among her clients are the Smithsonian Institution, National Assistance League, Aquarium of the Pacific, Ronald McDonald House Charities, and the environmental organization TreePeople.
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Jessa Tumposky has worked for more than 10 years in the nonprofit sector, with arts, education and healthcare organizations, providing professional consulting services in the areas of grant writing and grants management, project management, education and outreach, marketing communications, including social media and web content development. She has also served as a board member and volunteer with nonprofits.
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Susan Wilger has over 25 years of experience as a program developer/manager, executive director, advocate and consultant with non-profit organizations and community coalitions. Her areas of expertise include program planning, implementation and evaluation; grant writing; organizational and coalition development; management systems (financial, data, human resources); and policy and advocacy work at the local, state and regional levels.
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Sunny Yates is a founder of effective environments®, a national consulting firm which offers workshops, training and executive coaching to boost individual and organizational effectiveness. A former lawyer and a law professor for 10 years, Sunny also served for six years as a senior manager for The Global Hunger Project, where she directed volunteer training and development, U.S. community education and outreach programs, corporate fund-raising and event production.
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