For ten years, I have been consulting with nonprofit, government, and philanthropic agencies. I provided guidance in board development, strategic planning, and revenue planning, and made measurable differences to nearly 100 organizations. I am proud of my firm’s accomplishments and yet, it is time to create a new chapter in the history of Facilitation & Process. I am no longer accepting longterm consulting engagements and will focus on providing a very limited number of event-based strategic advisory, facilitation, and training services. (described here).
Stepping out of full-time consulting will allow me to pursue two goals.
First, I have assumed the Executive Director role at Store to Door that gives me the opportunity to lead an amazing organization and facilitate a new chapter of growth. Together we will set standards for helping seniors and those with disabilities, thrive and stay independent. Store to Door was founded in 1989 and has a proven track record of annually providing grocery delivery and visitation services to over 700 homebound seniors and people with disabilities.
Second, in the next year, I will complete the distilling of my decade of experience into a practice-based book on strategic planning for nonprofit developmental stages. It is a unique framework that has been the foundation of my consulting practice is unmatched by much of the current strategic planning literature. Join my mailing list below to stay informed.
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Mark P. Fulop founded Facilitation & Process in 2009 to help organizations and communities bridge the gap between where they are today and where they want to be tomorrow. He’s led dozens of Portland nonprofits, government agencies and philanthropic organizations through complex change initiatives including strategic planning, revenue planning, board development, collaboration, and facilitation.