Responsible for a $50,000 grant award from the Victims of Crimes Act to the YWCA of Middletown
Co-Lead January 1994 to CurrentCouncil on Aging － Cincinnati, OH
Responsible for leading projects for 5 Southwestern Counties in Ohio: Butler, Clermont, Clinton, Hamilton, and Warren Counties.
Transitioned over 5,000 Home Care Assistant clients from 21 providers to 9 providers within sixty days: an estimated annual savings of over $800,000.
Transitioned over 3,000 Elderly Service Program clients from 9 providers to one provider within ninety days; an estimated savings over five years of 2.8 million dollars.
Facilitate cross functional meetings; develop reports for Senior Leadership, Advisory Boards, and the Board of Directors.
Responsible for implementing a business process reengineering project to improve accountability of client incident reporting.
Member of the Council on Aging Speakers Bureau. American Red Cross, Cincinnati, OH Special Initiative and Events Coordinator/Project Leader
Planned, Executed, Managed and Controlled agency wide events.
Member of a Meta Leadership Project Team - tasked with developing plans for a disaster resource software system.
Responsible for creating an Employee Engagement Professional Development Task Force.
Committee Member of the Red Cross Reengineering Project - Cincinnati Chapter. Campaign - 100% participation.
Planned and executed the American Red Cross United Way Boys and Girls Club Back to School Volunteer Campaign - 100% participation.
Planned the 107th and 108th American Red Cross Annual Meetings.
Calculated budgets for events and developed budget reports.
Launched Red Cross Young Professionals - Cincinnati Chapter.
Organized the Super Storm Sandy De-Briefing, Cincinnati Chapter.
Responsible for vetting and hiring prospective vendors. Contingent Network Services, West Chester, OH Lead Project Coordinator
Effectively coordinated network installations for 500 Texas Roadhouse sites - resulting in nationwide contracts.
Coordinated provisioning, scheduling, and network installations for 7 national clients: Texas Roadhouse, Windsor Fashions, Saks Fifth Avenue, Samuel Jewelers, Bloomingdales, Check N Go, and Chick-fil-A.
Planned and conducted provisioning training to team members. Davis & Associates Consulting, Cincinnati, OH President
Created programmatic strategies for nonprofit initiatives.
Provided services that improved the financial growth of community organizations; grant writing, staff development and training, funder relationship building, and funding strategies.
Developed a comprehensive grant template for St. Aloysius Orphanage - $100,000 grant awarded.
Led grant writing training session attended by 50 non-profit executive clients of BarnesDennig & Company Ltd.
Created a start-up plan for a community based domestic violence shelter.
Responsible for a $50,000 grant award from the Victims of Crimes Act to the YWCA of Middletown.
Clients included: BarnesDennig & Company Ltd.; Lincoln Heights Christian Academy; Middletown Area Community Coalition; SARA/IRP, and Talbert House. Cincinnati Union Bethel, Cincinnati, OH Development Manager
Secured a $413,000 Empowerment Zone grant for the expansion of the Technology Resource Center in Over-the-Rhine.
Re-designed the hallmark program - Technology Resource Center in Over-the-Rhine to better address client needs.
Secured the acquisition of federal funds from the Workforce Investment Act - $600,000.
Managed the foundation grant program - conducted funding research, wrote grants and tracked results. Family Service of the Cincinnati Area, Cincinnati, OH Director of Program Resource Development
Managed the foundation grant program - conducted funding research, grant proposal writing, tracked results, and assisted in the design of programs.
Established foundation relationships throughout Greater Cincinnati.
Responsible for the acquisition of over $318,500 - $200,000 over goal for a capital campaign to renovate the Friends of the Children facility located in Price Hill, Cincinnati. Cambridge YWCA, Cambridge, Massachusetts Director of Hinge for Hope
Raised $535,000 for Hinge for Hope training program by establishing partnerships with corporations.
Initiated meeting with Polaroid Corporation; resulted in $90,000 received for Playtime Hope for Children.
Envisioned, designed, managed, implemented and established funding streams for the Hinge for Hope training program.
Innovated and launched Playtime Hope for Children, a daycare program for children of Hinge for Hope enrollees
Revitalized the Communications, Programming/Marketing and Youth Departments.
Presented Hinge for Hope program plan at a Lotus Software Company sponsored luncheon for 100 of their corporate clients
Inspired and influenced 12 full-time employees and 20 volunteers
Built relationships with 50 corporations and 12 local foundations
Spoke at various fundraising events for Hinge for Hope
Thirty women graduated the first year of the Hinge for Hope training program pilot phase - three went on to college and ten secured full-time employment
Appeared on WBZ Channel 4 promoting the Hinge for Hope Program - raised $5000 from appearance
Developed relationship with Susan Wornick, WCVB TV 5 Anchor - held fundraiser at her home
Provided full-time employment to 4 women transitioning from welfare-to-work to operate and manage Playtime Hope for Children Director of Community Programming & Marketing
Increased rental revenue streams by 100% over a one-year time frame
Expanded income-producing opportunities by creating community service programs and negotiation of rental space agreements
Designed and launched youth and adult programs resulting in an increase in revenue
Produced and Directed a one-hour cable television program, The YWCA Talks About It, to promote programming initiatives
Wrote/published/facilitated articles promoting the agency in the Cambridge Chronicle, Cambridge Current, Cambridge Tab, and The Boston Globe.
Increased positive awareness of agency by 100%
Promoted community awareness and engagement
Responsible for managing, hiring, and training agency front line administrative assistants
Revitalized and managed the volunteer program - resulting in over 100 volunteers
Created and managed program budgets
Master : Project ManagementKeller Graduate School of ManagementKeller Graduate School of Management Master of Project Management
Masters of Science : CommunicationsBoston UniversityBoston University Masters of Science in Communications
Bachelors of Business Administration : Business AdministrationNortheastern UniversityNortheastern University Bachelors of Business Administration
Certification : Certification and Additional TrainingThe Nonprofit Leadership Institute of Greater CincinnatiCertification and Additional Training The Nonprofit Leadership Institute of Greater Cincinnati Leadership and Management Training: Executive Curriculum for Emerging Leaders (EXCEL) Program
Parent Leadership InstituteParent Leadership Institute, Cincinnati Public Schools PLI teaches parents how they impact academic achievement in their children's schools Boy Scouts, Hopkins District of Cincinnati Activity Committee Member serving 19 low income communities: Cumminsville, Camp Washington, Queensgate, Clifton, University Heights Fairview, Over the Rhine, Corryville, Mt. Auburn, Winton Place, Winton Hills, Avondale, Mount Adams, Walnut Hills, Evanston, Downtown Cincinnati, Fairmount, Northside and Price Hill
American Red Cross Certification and Additional Training
Council on Aging, Cincinnati, OH
American Red Cross, Clients, Red Cross, Business Process Reengineering, Employee Engagement, Million, Training, Award, Budget, Budgets, Cable Television, Contracts, Fundraising, Increase, Long-term Disability, Ltd, Marketing, Project Coordinator, Proposal Writing, Provisioning, Relationship Building, Scheduling, Writing Training, Excel, Project Management