"What made working with Tasha so effective, was her patience, interest, and time to understand our culture. Instead of imposing an off-the-shelf approach to strategic planning, Tasha first listened and learned. She asked questions from many stakeholders to gain a 360 degree understanding so that she could design a tailored approach for optimal outcomes. Tasha encouraged collaboration and ownership amongst Board and staff which resulted in an engaged approach. We are very proud of the end result working with Tasha to create a three-year strategic plan that provides vision while remaining true to our mission!"
Lisa ButlerExecutive Director, GBS|CIDP Foundation International
"ACLAMO has contracted with Tasha over the past two years as a program development, grant writing and research consultant. She has been a pleasure to work with – bringing her attention to detail to every project, and consistently generating positive results. Her written and verbal communication skills are excellent, and she has some very innovative ideas and unique expertise in different areas of health and social services. As a consultant, she also helped us to research and analyze data to develop a new pilot health program that is already having a big impact in our community. I am pleased to recommend Tasha’s services to nonprofit and other organizations who may need a creative and innovative consultant."
Nelly Jimenez-ArevaloExecutive Director & CEO, ACLAMO Family Centers
"When I first started at the Fels Fund, I reached out to Tasha for help in understanding the complicated history of immigrant and refugee policy in the U.S. and how that affects the opportunities and services for immigrants and refugees here in Philadelphia. She was, and continues to be, a collaborative thinking partner and strong researcher and writer. Equally important, Tasha delivers on her promises and truly cares about the people we are serving."
Sarah Martinez-HelfmanPresident, Samuel S. Fels Fund
“The Social Innovations Journal partnered with Tasha to coordinate and curate our Fall 2017 edition and regional symposium focused on social innovations within immigrant communities. She was the visionary, catalyst and “doer” behind the edition – developing the concept, authoring the framing and context introductory article, and coordinating a high-quality publication and symposium that covered a critical social justice issue.”
Nick TorresCEO & Principal, Social Innovations Partners