Executive Service Corps of Cincinnati (ESCC)
Cincinnati, OH 45242
Who is ESCC:
The Mission of the Executive Service Corps of Cincinnati is to help area nonprofit organizations more effectively and efficiently achieve their missions by providing high quality, affordable consulting services.
The ESCC achieves this mission by providing nonprofit organizations access to the proven talents, broad experience from seasoned business professionals. Volunteers are retired business executives and managers interested in helping nonprofit organizations increase capacity; work more effectively while using their resources for efficiently.
ESCC accomplishes its mission utilizing a small budget to support the work of the volunteer consultants. ESCC is a 501 (c)(3) organization, governed by a Board of Directors, operates with an Executive Director and a corps of volunteer consultants. The volunteer consultants receive no monetary compensation for their services.
What does ESCC do:
ESCC provides professional, full-service management assistance and consultation to nonprofit organizations. Serving as consultants, counselors, advisors, facilitators, trainers and mentors, the ESCC volunteer helps improve nonprofit organizations effectiveness. The ESCC assignments have specific objectives and can usually be completed within three or four months. Clients of ESCC are asked to pay very affordable fees that are negotiated individually. Under some circumstances, fees may be waived.
Areas of Assistance Include:
Strategic Planning Board Development Funding Strategies Public Relations Issues Marketing Planning Organizational analysis Outcomes assessment Human resources Issues Financial Management Needs Facilities Management Issues Systems Information Management Needs Communications Issues Mission Clarification Systems and Procedures Other Specialized Skills to meet your specific needs or issues
Consulting Services Offered by the Executive Service Corps of Cincinnati are .
The Executive Service Corps of Cincinnati is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit Organization; all of our consultants are volunteers. Foundation grants, corporate donation and individual giving cover approximately 75% of our administrative costs. Fees represent a small portion of our revenue; a modest fee will be set with sensitivity to your budget
Each consulting engagement is carefully designed to fit the unique needs of your organization. Your mission, vision, beliefs, culture, and constituency all form the essence of who you are and what you are about; they set you apart from all other organizations
The recommendations made take into account the resources available within your organization to carry them out.
The goal is to develop your capability and capacity to function effectively, long after the consulting engagement is over, without outside support
How to get Help:
By calling our Executive Director at 513-791-6230 any business day or go to our website www.ESC-Cincinnati.org, you will learn more about the wide range of support that can be made available to you. Should you decide to go ahead with a project, you may be assured of skilled, experienced people assigned specifically to help meet your needs.
Roles and Responsibilities
Marketing and Communications
Promotion and Media
Public and Community Relations
Mergers and Collaborations
Conflict of Interest
Financial and Legal
Public Affairs and Public Policy
- 76-100% of clients are nonprofits.
- 31 or more clients served annually.
- 7-10 years of experience working with nonprofits.
- 7-10 years of experience working with nonprofits in current position.
Community, Economic and Civic Development