Consultants Resource Bank

Jessica Forrest

18 Kensington Rd.
Concord, NH 03301
Phone: (603) 731-4527

Strategy - Sustainability - Science - Marketing

My practice focuses on general strategic planning, sustainability planning, and marketing for non-profits and mission-driven for-profits.

My expertise includes strategic planning, research and writing, marketing communications and website development, project management, corporate social responsibility goals and metrics, databases and data analysis, and workshops and trainings.

The bulk of my professional experience lies in the environmental and sustainability fields.  I have worked on topics that include climate change mitigation and adaptation, nature conservation, and sustainability strategy.  I have also done work in the education development sector.  I have authored over 25 publications for a range of audiences.

Recent work completed in collaboration with the City of Concord, the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, the World Wildlife Fund, the World Resources Institute, USAID, New Balance, Inc., and the PivotGoals project.

Specialties: Communications/Marketing, Communications - Planning, Fundraising - Feasibility Studies, Grant Writing, Organizational Planning - Mission & Vision Planning, Program Planning and Evaluation, Program Planning - Evaluation & Measurement, Program Planning - Program Development, Strategic/Business Plan Development, Technology, Technology - Website Development


New Hampshire Charitable Foundation
Michael Turmelle - Director of Education and Career Initiatives
37 Pleasant Street
Concord , NH 03301
(603) 676-3434

I conducted a workforce education research project for the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation to inform strategic development in this area.

City of Concord
Robert Werner - City Councilor
41 Green Street
Concord , NH 03301
(603) 674-9810

1) Supported the strategic planning effort on the city's 100% renewable energy goal.  Helped to write the plan and presented at and helped to coordinate the three stakeholder meetings that occurred during the first half of 2019.  See:

2) Coordinate marketing outreach, including the Weatherize Concord campaign and our Market Days 2019 presence.  Developed Weatherize Concord website:

3) Initiated and advised on the city’s first ever greenhouse gas emissions inventory.  Available at:

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