Gulf Coast Community Foundation's Invest in Incredible Consultants

Coconut Telegraph

SRQ DAILY SATURDAY PERSPECTIVES EDITION SATURDAY MAY 9, 2015
Gulf Coast Community Foundation has selected a new cohort of professional consultants to serve local nonprofit organizations through its Invest in Incredible governance and capacity building program. The consultants recently completed a three-day training offered by BoardSource, the national expert in board governance, and are prepared to work with area nonprofits. The group comprises diverse professionals from both for-profit and nonprofit backgrounds in fundraising, strategic planning, financial analysis, organizational development, and marketing. The Invest in Incredible consultants include: Rosemary Bowler, Nicole Coudal, Carlos de Quesada, Nathalie deWolf, Marcia Heath, Laurie Huebner, Stephanie Kempton, Tracy Knight, Scott Levine, Christie Lewis Nolan, John Ramsey, Denise Roberts, James Rollo, Amy Sankes, Betsy Steiner, and Liz Wooten Reschke. “The best investment we can make into nonprofit organizations is to help them strengthen their board governance and internal capacity,” said Teri A Hansen, president and CEO of Gulf Coast Community Foundation. “We look forward to sending these talented consultants into the community to investing in the incredible work of our nonprofit partners.” To learn more about Invest in Incredible and how a consultant could benefit your nonprofit organization, visit GulfCoastCF.org/resources.php.

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