Founded in 1993, CommunityHealth is dedicated to serving the uninsured and underserved in Chicago and surrounding communities. In 2014, the organization provided more than 25,500 medical and dental visits for more than 10,500 patients.
The IBB Community Action Network is IBB Consulting Group’s special interest group that was formed about year ago in response to employees who wanted to focus more on community action. ICAN, as it’s known internally, was started with a philosophy of focusing on youth education, specifically young female education, and one of its first clients was Developments in Literacy (DIL) at Pakistan’s Jattal School.
Late last year, Huron Consulting Group kicked off a Pro Bono project through its Helping Hands program with Test Positive Awareness Network (TPAN). TPAN’s mission is to empower everyone living with or at risk for HIV/AIDS to live open, healthy and productive lives.
For the last five years, A.T. Kearney has worked with the senior executives at Feeding America, helping them find new sources of nutritious food for the 46 million people including 12 million children and over seven million seniors who are in need.
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Infinitive has been one of the Best Small Firms to Work For six of the last seven years, with 2013 being the exception. Being recognized as a Best Small Firm has always been a tremendous point of pride for Infinitive, says Denis McFarlane, CEO of Infinitive.
Another newcomer to the Best Small Firms to Work For list in 2015 is Houston-based Myrtle Consulting Group. The manufacturing and operations management firm says that inclusion as one of the “Best Small Firms to Work For” will positively impact Myrtle Consulting Group internally and externally.
Perennial powerhouse Vynamic is back again as one of the Best Small Firms to Work For in 2015. Dan Calista, Founder and CEO of Vynamic, says the firm is “honored” to be recognized by Consulting magazineas one of the Best Small Firm to Work For, for the fifth consecutive year.