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  • TDC | VISION TO MOMENTUM
    us on LinkedIn 31 Milk Street Suite 310 Boston MA 02109 The strength of TDC s approach is the balance of aspiration and pragmatism We believe that the nonprofit sector plays a vital role in society giving tangible support to some of our country s most cherished ideals and enhancing the quality of our lives We work exclusively with nonprofit governmental educational and philanthropic organizations providing them with the business

    Original URL path: http://www.tdcorp.org/ (2016-05-02)
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  • Services | TDC
    An effective nonprofit is built on a vision for impact in society a marketplace that values that vision and the necessary expertise resources and capacity to make it happen over time TDC helps organizations address each of these factors through a process that results in a strategic business plan that sets an achievable roadmap for forward momentum Such a plan includes A vision for impact Data to support the vision A programmatic strategy the organization s programs and how they impact target beneficiaries An operational strategy the staffing facilities and other infrastructure an organization needs to implement its programmatic strategy A capitalization strategy how the organization will garner enough capital to operate effectively over time through one time investments and a business model that produces surpluses and A plan to assess progress against the strategies TDC offers a full spectrum of services to help our clients articulate and realize a fully integrated strategic business plan You might however wish to zero in on a specific question within this spectrum Strategic business plans Organizational assessments Market research testing Implementation planning Scenario modeling Financial analysis and planning Capitalization assessments Outcomes measurement Evaluations Mergers partnerships Human resources consulting Board executive coaching Partnerships with Funders and Donors Foundations and their colleagues in philanthropy play a vital role in the nonprofit sector that goes beyond their financial investments Like organizations effective funders have a vision for impact that is supported by data in the markets in which they are trying to drive change and that is operationalized through their funding strategies TDC is a hands on thought partner that can help philanthropic entities design strategies to achieve their visions We can help with Internal planning Program design Program delivery Program evaluation Research on the field Technical assistance to grantees Sector Research With the holistic perspective

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  • Our Story | TDC
    data and understanding the local market 2000 s Channeled experiences and learnings from clients into sector wide research that augments our consulting practice In the last fifteen years TDC has deepened its work with public and private funders as sector wide research and writing has taken on a more prominent role in the practice We began to look closely at some of the critical issues facing the nonprofit sector such as capitalization the use of debt and scope and scale all challenges that we had seen our clients grapple with over the years Our research is always informed by our work with organizations and in turn we believe organizations benefit from the advancement of our thinking Today our work with both organizations and funders continues apace rooted firmly in the principles of our past We look for opportunities to expand our learning and share our intellectual capital while continuing to help organizations identify the most effective ways to achieve mission success and make an impact Our Clients TDC s client list is as diverse as the nonprofit sector itself We pride ourselves on serving organizations and foundations of many sizes interest areas and regions Organizations Academy of Vocal Arts Action for Boston Community Development Action Inc Alliance for Young Families America SCORES New England American Academy of Arts and Sciences American Red Cross Boston American Repertory Theatre American Society of Law Ethics and Medicine Animal Rescue League of Boston AppleTree Institute Arnold Arboretum ArtsBoston Arts Education Partnership Asian Art Museum of San Francisco Berkshire Carousel Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute Big Thought Billings Forge Community Works Boston After School and Beyond Boston Area Rape Crisis Center Boston Arts Academy Boston Baroque Boston Day and Evening Academy Boston Harbor Island Alliance Boston Jewish Film Festival Boston Living Center Boston Modern Orchestra Project Boston Partners in Education Boston Psychoanalytic Society and Institute Boston Urban Youth Boston Workforce Development Coalition Boston YMCA Boston Youth Sports Initiative Bostonian Society Building Excellent Schools C O R E S Canterbury Shaker Village CASPAR Center City Churches Center for Collaborative Education Center for Teen Empowerment Center on the Common Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia Chelsea Early Childhood Project Chelsea REACH Chrysalis Center Citi Performing Arts Center Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural Educational Center Coalition of Essential Schools Coalition of Schools Educating Boys of Color Colleges of the Fenway Columbia University Press Community Economic Development Assistance Corporation Community Family Community Music Center Connecticut 4 H Development Fund Connecticut Community Cares Conner Prairie Conservation Law Foundation Cooperative Metro Ministries D E A F Inc Detroit Chamber Winds and Strings Detroit Institute of Arts Detroit Symphony Orchestra Discover Roxbury East Bay Community Action Program East Boston Ecumenical Community Council Ethos Families USA Family Nurturing Center Fenway Health Fresh Arts Furniture Society Girls Inc of Lynn Girls LEAP GLAD Greater Boston Food Bank G ROW Girls Row Boston Hartford Child Care Collaborative Hartford Economic Development Corporation Hartford Public Library Harvard Museum of Natural History Harvard Student Agencies Harvard University Press Health Resources in Action

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  • People | TDC
    Manager Elizabeth Cabral Curtis President and CEO Anne Freeh Engel Vice President Rachel Crocker Ford Vice President AnnaJoy Gillis Foundation Programs Assistant Gordon Gottlieb Human Resources Consultant Bailey Hoar Senior Associate Claire Hunt Associate Hannah Kaemmer Senior Associate Juliana Koo Vice President Susan Nelson Executive Vice President Christopher Perez Vice President Mary Plourde Accountant Office Manager Liz Pugh Senior Associate Hedda Rublin Senior Project Manager Matthew Sweeney IT Consultant Nicole Tosner Executive Coordinator Elizabeth Wiesner Senior Associate Careers TDC s success hinges on the quality of our consultants We take great pride in our exceptional staff and seek to add new individuals who match the outstanding analytical and strategic skills of our current team Successful staff members at TDC think holistically and strategically about all aspects of client organizations from the markets they serve to their staffing and governance We work in a very fast paced environment on multiple engagements at once which creates an unusual opportunity to gain exposure to a variety of nonprofit organizations and their supporters We appreciate the unique nature of each client engagement Our consultants forge customized strategies from a large mass of unfiltered and sometimes ambiguous information As such TDC looks for candidates with

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  • Thinking | TDC
    analyze data and market trends and highlight lessons across the sector to contribute to a growing and rich discourse in the field In this space we share research resources and our latest thinking about common organizational challenges and trends in the nonprofit sector It is our hope that our take on these issues will give you new ideas and inspiration and we welcome a dialogue The latest Research How Boston and Other American Cities Support and Sustain the Arts 2016 TDC was delighted to partner with The Boston Foundation on this important comparative study of Boston s cultural and funding landscape and those in 10 peer cities Read More Research Too Good To Be True The Opportunity and Cost of the 1 Building 2015 We are excited to share our latest report Too Good to be True The Opportunity and Cost of the 1 Building Commissioned by the Kresge Foundation Too Good to be True takes a close look at the impact of newly acquired buildings all either free or low cost on organizations financial health and artistic outcomes Read More Research Capitalization Scale Investment Does Growth Equal Gain 2014 In this follow up study to the groundbreaking Getting Beyond Breakeven the William Penn Foundation engaged TDC to conduct a financial analysis of a sample of arts and culture organizations in Greater Philadelphia looking closely at any change over time and the effect of growth on organizations financial health Read More Explore by Topic Capitalization Strategy Planning Operations Finance We ve been thinking about Capitalization All in Capitalization Blogs Is Your Business Model Broken By Susan Nelson In some cases a struggling organization may find that its challenges are not a result of inadequate capitalization but in fact a broken business model How would you know if that is the

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  • Mike Arkin | TDC
    by following us on LinkedIn 31 Milk Street Suite 310 Boston MA 02109 Mike Arkin Project Manager Mike Arkin Project Manager joined TDC in 2015 Mike s practice focuses on strategic business planning projects for a variety of mission driven organizations across the sector Prior to joining TDC Mike was an Education Pioneers Fellow with The Community Group a Lawrence MA based charter management organization In addition Mike has worked for nonprofit organizations focused on youth development and education in Boston and Cambridge MA In his previous work Mike gained valuable experience with nonprofit strategic planning organizational development and program management Mike holds a BA in Psychology and Philosophy from Boston College and a MBA with concentrations in public nonprofit management from the Questrom School of Business at Boston University Why TDC We are fortunate to work alongside diverse and inspirational clients who are extraordinarily committed to improving the world As our clients address complex institutional and societal challenges we collaborate to frame strategic concepts and build actionable solutions that position their organizations to fulfill their missions It is not only rewarding to partner with our clients in a mutual learning process but also an honor to empower them in

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  • Ashley B. Berendt | TDC
    Ashley B Berendt Vice President Ashley B Berendt Vice President joined TDC in 2013 Her practice includes planning capacity building organizational assessment and nonprofit research and analysis She specializes in the design management and implementation of multi year philanthropic initiatives With over ten years of experience in nonprofit foundation and research organizations Ashley brings multiple perspectives from across the sector to her work with clients Prior to joining TDC Ashley worked at The Pew Charitable Trusts with the Cultural Data Project where she managed project strategy operations and development in Massachusetts Rhode Island and Vermont She worked in research at the Hauser Center for Nonprofit Organizations at Harvard University and Peter D Hart Research Associates in Washington D C and in philanthropy at Tides Foundation in San Francisco She began her career administering small business development programs for family farmers at the statewide organization California FarmLink Ashley holds a BA in religion and sociology from Bowdoin College and a master s degree from Harvard Divinity School where she concentrated in political philosophy ethics and civil society studies Why TDC TDC draws an incredible array of clients and partners who bring passion and knowledge to their work I learn so much

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