Learning Equality is a young nonprofit that has developed open-source technology to deliver interactive and dynamic digital learning experiences in classrooms with few resources and little or no internet connectivity. CNPS is helping LE to figure out the best settings and uses for this technology, and develop and market appropriate products and services.
CNPS helped Gooru, an educational technology nonprofit, to scale use of their K-12 educational platform and develop sustainable revenue streams for the organization.
In 2006, we helped the Partnership to transition from a loose coalition of development experts to a strong advocacy organization with an inspiring agenda and effective staff-led programs. Thanks to a compelling vision and realistic operational plans, the Partnership was able to attract the funds needed to implement the transition and, by 2009, had accomplished the goals laid out in its first strategic plan.
We worked with this Presbyterian seminary over two years, first to implement an inclusive strategy formation process that engaged all members of the SFTS community, and then to assist the School’s management team in implementation. We also designed a dashboard to help the President and Dean track progress against strategic goals and targets.
This international multi-stakeholder initiative hired CNPS to recommend an organizational structure and funding plan to support its rapidly growing organization and ambitious goals. We also advised the organization on operational and staffing issues, and helped to develop a business plan for the next three years.