The Saturday before Martin Luther King Junior’s 90th
birthday was chilly, with serious snowstorms in the forecast, but the halls of
the Project Management Center for Excellence at the University of Maryland were
abuzz with excitement. Eagerly huddled around flip charts and computers were
representatives from 24 nonprofit organizations, along with 97 project
managers. On the docket were 28 projects in various stages of implementation.... +
As a designated Employer of National Service, we at M Powered Strategies are committed to public service for government and nongovernmental organizations. In 2018, MPS consultants contributed more than 570 hours, and served over 41 organizations across the country through our Pro Bono Program and Employee Volunteering Program. In addition to these two programs, MPS matched employee donations to the nonprofits our consultants support through... +
In 2018, MPS worked on a series of projects for Friendship Place, a nonprofit dedicated to finding housing and providing other support for people experiencing homelessness in the District of Columbia.
summer, our consultants helped them improve the program metrics of their Family
Connect program. More recently, Ben Eden, Lily Seglin and Marci Owens worked on
a project to help them cultivate new donors in the community as well as... +
“ ‘Associations often underestimate members’ comfort level with price changes,’ says Davin E. Hattaway, CAE, account manager for association consulting at M Powered Strategies.” from Associations Now magazine, Nov/Dec 2018
In our fast-changing and fast-paced world, not to mention a growing freelance economy, associations play a vital role in providing standards and... +
M Powered Strategies kicked off the holiday season in style by collecting over 50 pairs of shoes from all our consultants, and donating them to the annual shoe drive of Kicks 4 the City, which provides footwear to homeless families across the country every year just before Thanksgiving and the start of winter. Spearheaded by MPS consultant, Marci Owens, MPS’ effort went beyond amassing an impressive array of new or lightly used shoes: the... +
The recipient of MPS’ October charitable contribution goes to Breaking Ground, a grass-roots nonprofit that provides resources to motivated Cameroonian communities. They target communities that have already prioritized a need, collectively decided upon a solution, and have begun actively working towards their goal, but whose progress is held up by a lack of funding.
Breaking Ground was presented to MPS by our former Community Engagement... +