Ostara worked with Mentor Washington to develop its board, change board culture, and expand the board’s engagement with the organization to include a focus on fundraising as well as governance.
What set The Ostara Group apart from others were the questions they asked us–comprehensive, challenging, and thought-provoking questions. After answering those questions, we gathered as a team to talk about what came out in the discussion, and how our entire approach toward donor engagement might need a refresh rather than just a stop-gap transitional strategy. They really took the time needed to understand our organizational culture and create a strategic development plan that successfully unfolded over the course of a year.
What strikes me most often in my work with Kyle is that he builds trust quickly, and is able to cut through to the heart of issues without putting his clientele on the defensive. His approach and experience combine to give him and his team a very good sense of what organizations like ours go through, putting it all into perspective. Our partnership with The Ostara Group has brought many solutions to light.
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