ESC Consulting Projects and Fellowships, February to July 2019

With projects and fellowships ranging from a nonprofit theater needing assistance soliciting major donors to a local food pantry needing a strategic plan for program expansion and consensus-building, we continue to bring together seasoned professionals and nonprofits experiencing challenges and opportunities.

ESC Consulting

Business Planning
Community Action, Inc.
Bruce Berzin

Global Awareness Local Action (GALA)
Jeff Smith (lead), Paul Arruda, Peter Baker, and Lynn Post

Grimes-King Foundation for the Elderly
Martha Sloan Felch (lead), Cassandra Clay, Christine Abrams, and Julie Mairano

Southwest Boston CDC
Will Hughsted (lead), Meryl Fink, and Neil Golden


Executive Coaching
Barry Nolan

Mistletoe Foundation
Charlie Arsenault, Howard Glassman, Jaidev Dasgupta, Don Harbert, and John Keller

Multi-Service Eating Disorders Association, Inc.
Marjorie Bauer

Partners in Health
Constance Kane



First Congregational Church in Winchester
Marion Estienne (lead)

Open Table
Martha Sloan Felch (lead)

The Furniture Trust
John Woodard (lead)


National Organization for Rare Disorders
Mike Stauff (lead)


Improbable Players 
Susan Schiro (lead)

Steps to Success
Jude Kidd (lead) and Sue Heilman

White Horse Addiction Center, Inc.
Michael Daily (lead) and Craig Anderson


Slim Baker Foundation
Judie Post (lead)


Human Resources
Access Framingham TV
Jenny Goudreau

Somali Bantu Community Association
Sheila Kabat (Lead) and Kristy Hiller


Ausbon Sargent Land Preservation Trust
Bill Huss (lead), Maggie Ford, Kate Harper, and Dan Waintroob

Camp Ramah in New England (CRNE)
Debra Yanofsky (lead), Marjorie Bauer, and Gabriele Loebbert

Gore Place Society
Debra Yanofsky (lead) and Marjorie Bauer

Carol Parker (lead), Marjorie Bauer, and Rob Davis

Urban College of Boston
Janice Dolnick (lead), Gabriele Loebbert, and Gabe d’Annunzio


Organizational Development
Ed Collins (lead)


Outcomes Measurement
The Lawrence and Lillian Solomon Foundation
Marc Hoffman (lead), Pam Musk, John Keller, and Sharyn Bahn


Strategic Planning

15 – 40 Connection
Sheila Buckley, Bill Mason, and Mary Tafuri Ross

Les Goldstein (lead), Gabe d’Annunzio, and Bruce Margolis

Black Heritage Trail of New Hampshire
Sue Heilman (lead), David Ellis, and Judie Post

Emmanuel Music
Bonnie Clendenning (lead), Constance Kane, Margaret Braccio

Framingham Public Schools
Joel Adler (co-lead), Donna Morelle (co-lead), Bill Mrachek, Neil Golden, and Rita Pandey

Neponset River Watershed Association
Charlie Arsenault (lead), Jane Mann, John Deeley, Neil Golden, and Carol Kunik

New England Employee Benefits Council
Miles Robinson (lead), Linda Vacovec, Jon Reuman, and Mary Tafuri Ross

New England Library Association
Marilyn Stempler (lead), Andy Jasse, David Ebenezer, and Ron Ryan

North End Waterfront Health
Jim Green (lead), Skip Hamill, and Michael Mazloff

People Helping People
Brooks Sherman (lead), Susan Angevin, and Ellen Feinsand

RAIN for the Sahel and Sahara
Erika Hoffman-Kiess (lead), Kate Harper, Maggie Ford

Roxbury-Dorchester Mission Hub
Ron Halpern (lead)

The Youth Council
Anne Halvorsen (lead), Bob Harris, Michael Daily, Irving Burday, Tony Attardo, Susan Bryant

Donna McGrath (lead), Louise Borke, and Chelinde Edouard


Massachusetts Association of 766 Approved Private Schools (MAAPS)
Jenny Goudreau


ESC Fellowships

Crossroads Rhode Island
Mark Allio, Finance & Accounting Manager

The Institute of Professional Practice, Inc.
Stella Lee, Strategic Plan Project Manager

Art Connection-RI
Robert Malley, Interim Development Manager

Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health
William Nixon, IT Systems Engineer/Analyst
Kevin Riley, Process Improvement Fellow