My name is Kimberley Sherwood and, for 19 years, I’ve been partnering alongside courageous nonprofits committed to moving from questions to clarity. I have seen the direct impact strategic counsel and thoughtful processes have had on organizations navigating the complexities of collaborative work, diverse boards, ambitious fundraising goals and more.
And I believe the backbone of a thriving community is built on the essential work of social sector organizations. Because when you succeed, we all do.
Let’s get started,
Time-tested insights and wisdom
Imagine trying to gather the collective knowledge and insight of hundreds of nonprofits. While invaluable, the process would be time-consuming and exhausting. This is the benefit of working with us. We provide proven solutions and time-tested wisdom gained from years of hard won successes with organizations just like yours.
Years of diverse nonprofit experience.
Nonprofits we’ve led to clarity and confidence.
Unique nonprofit sectors we’ve consulted within.
Meet Kimberley, our lead consultant.
She is straightforward, diplomatic, and accustomed to working with powerful boards of directors and executive leaders to transform ideas into action. Kimberley believes that social sector organizations are at the leading edge of change. Insatiably curious, she blends her 33 years of diversified fundraising and nonprofit experience with the latest research, publications, and insights from thought leaders to help clients succeed.
Kimberley holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications from the University of Utah, achieved CFRE status from the Association of Fundraising Professionals, is a graduate of the National Planned Giving Institute and the alt-MBA program, and is trained in the Technology of Participation (ToP method of facilitation) by the Institute of Cultural Affairs. She’s a sought-after speaker and trainer.
Say hello to Chuck, our chief strategist.
He is our behind-the-scenes critical thinker. After a career in the outdoor industry and sports education, he worked in technology and has started several successful small businesses. Chuck joined Kimberley’s practice eight years ago and keeps our trains running on time.
Chuck holds a Bachelor of Art degree with Highest Distinction in Economics from the University of Colorado and is trained in the Technology of Participation (ToP) facilitation method by the Institute of Cultural Affairs.
Making “here” better, for everyone
Free resources to thrive.
We know we aren’t the right fit for every organization that reaches out to us, but we want to help anyway. Making “here” better is about building up the whole nonprofit community – not just our clients.