In Charlotte, N.C., North Highland partnered with Apparo, a non-profit that empowers local non-profits in the greater Charlotte area through technology that enhances their missions, to help Alexander Youth Network (AYN) in the spring 2015 to assess its IT capabilities.
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.
As the Ebola crisis spiralled out of control in the fall of 2014, it was clear that unprecedented global coordination was needed. The United Nations created a new role to manage its worldwide response and tapped The Boston Consulting Group for help.
Founded in 1997, Endeavor, a global nonprofit that works with entrepreneurs to scale up their companies—and thus creating jobs, revenues and role models—has helped more than 1,000 entrepreneurs build over 600 companies generating some $7 billion in revenue.
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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Propeller spins its way for the first time onto Consulting’s Best Small Firms to Work For list this year. Amy Weeden, Principal & Co-founder of the Portland-based firm, says she co-founded Propeller three years ago because she realized traditional management consulting wasn’t keeping pace with the speed at which markets and industries were changing.