“I’m the most hopeful about our future after working with Thrive Impact than I’ve been in 5 years since I first came into this role.”
Elizabeth Lott, Senior Pastor, St. Charles Avenue Baptist Church and Head of the Center for Faith and Action, New Orleans
“Sometimes I pause and glimpse into what things would be like today if we hadn’t worked with Thrive Impact and it’s not pretty.”
Nantz Rickard, CEO, DCTV, Washington, DC
We’ve been in the trenches at a range of national and local nonprofits. Here’s what we know—revenue is a lagging indicator. Whether it is programming, impact, storytelling or culture, there’s something getting in the way of your bottom-line, and we’re here to help you figure that out.
At Thrive Impact, we’ve developed a unique coaching and training program that will position you and your nonprofit for success. You’ll leave knowing where you’re heading, what you need to do to get there and, most importantly, you won’t be doing it alone.
How frustrated are you with your current state of revenue? Is your impact suffering because of lack of funds? How many quarters have you wondered where your revenue is going to come from? A lack of clarity may be costing you a great deal.
Date and Location:
November 7 - 8, 2019
Veteran of all three sectors: nonprofit, corporate and government, Kevin’s background has been focused on transforming organizations at pivotal moments in their history. He has served as Chief Executive Officer of large national and international nonprofits with revenue exceeding $200M, American Diabetes Association and Feed the Children. He focuses his practice on strategy and leadership, operations, design, crisis management and program design and delivery.
Earlier in his career, he served as COO of Good360 and Head of Public Affairs and Communications for private equity owned US Foods and spent a decade leading national organizational design and change management initiatives at the US Postal Service.
Tucker has been in the trenches of helping nonprofits thrive in multiple capacities: as a marketing and fundraising leader inside of Ashoka, Character.org, and Youth Service America; as a founder of a startup nonprofit leading them to $1M in revenue in the first year; and as a consultant developing change-management, fundraising, and marketing campaigns for nonprofit clients like the Red Cross, United States Olympic Museum, Pikes Peak Community Foundation, and Colorado College.
His expertise is in revenue creation, marketing strategy, strategic partnerships, philanthropic management (how to effectively give money away), technology platforms, culture upgrading, and managing creative teams.
Cindy is a seasoned senior executive with extensive experience in Board governance for both nonprofit and for-profit organizations. She began her career as National Program Manager for the award-winning REDRESS employment mediation program at the US Postal Service. She then entered the non-profit world becoming the CEO of Good 360, the Chief Operating Officer of the American Diabetes Association and the COO of Easterseals. Cindy has served as a Board Chair or as a Member on board for eight different nonprofits.
Brendan has a broad communication background including overall strategy design and content development with tactical execution experience in social media, press releases, media advisories, speechwriting, case studies, newsletters, annual reports, and special event collateral.
An effective communications manager, Brendan prepares people to communicate effectively and collaborate efficiently. He incites insight to manage successful projects, and craft persuasive stories and communications pieces.