Nonprofit Management

EMC’s Nonprofit Management is led by President & CEO Ernie Gonzalez, Jr.  Ernie’s nonprofit experience is extensive.  He served as the head of a leading nonprofit organization in diverse markets across the United States.  He has proven results in fiscal management, fundraising, relationship management, manpower recruitment,  governance, program creation and major project development.  For additional information about the services listed below, please contact Ernie at 210.960.4340, ext. 101 or email at ernie.gonzalez@emcstrategygroup.com.

Strategic Planning – Review organization’s current strategic plan and develop action plans if needed to address uncompleted goals. Work with organizational leadership to update strategic plan and goals to further the organization’s mission and purpose.

Governance – Review organization’s current board makeup and vacancies. Identify organizational volunteer leadership needs and develop action plans to identify and recruit board members with specific skill-sets and talents that can help the organization achieve its goals.

Board Development – Develop training to orient executive board members and layout responsibilities and duties for board members. Ensure that all board members are aware of the organization’s mission and purpose and that they are fully committed to achieving the organization’s strategic plan and annual goals.

Total Financial Development – Review organization’s current funding plan and work with organizational leadership to identify and initiate new or modified sources of funding. Funding sources may include: annual giving campaign, special events, grants and capital campaigns.

Recruiting & Staff Retention – Review organization’s staff recruiting procedures and team-building methods. Develop new recruiting strategies aimed at identifying new talent to help the organization achieve its goals. Work with organizational leadership to retain talent by identifying staff merit incentives and team-building ideas.

Staff Training – Work with organizational leadership to enhance staff development and training schedule for the organization’s team. Determine training outlines and models tied specifically to address the organization’s strategic plan and goals.

Staff Accountability – Review organization’s current staff performance review system. Work with organizational leadership to enhance quarterly and annual performance reviews to address the organization’s strategic plan and goals.

Government Relations – Review organization’s government relations plan and identify action plans to improve local, state and federal relations.

Customer Relations – Review customer evaluations and work with organizational leadership to improve constituent needs and services delivered by volunteers and professional staff.

Business Development – Review market impact and market share and work with organizational leadership to determine business goals tied to strategic plan, quarterly and annual goals.

Marketing and Communications – Review organization’s current marketing and communications plan. Develop action plans to create organization awareness through shared and owned media.

Brand Protection – Review current organization brand and develop action plans to enhance organization name recognition including company logo, language (buzz words), themes, and uniformity.

Networking – Review current community partnerships and memberships and work with organizational leadership to determine potential positive outcomes of expansion of organization outreach.