Consultants Resource Bank

Peggy Kieschnick

Kieschnick Consulting Services
9 Woodland Road
Dover, NH 03820
Phone: 603-749-2922

Peggy Kieschnick, MSW, ACSW has over 40 years of experience in the nonprofit sector and has worked as an organizational consultant since 1994. Peggy is committed to helping nonprofits focus their work and achieve their missions. She brings particular expertise in strategic planning, task-oriented group facilitation, and the development of Theory of Change/Logic Models. Peggy's clients have included such organizations as: the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, the New Hampshire Center for Nonprofits, the Endowment for Health, the Alliance for Regional Early Childhood Coalitions and, New Hampshire Public Radio. In addition, Peggy is the co-author, with Peter York (TCC Group) of the NH Center for Nonprofits’ “Best Practice Guide to Organizational Capacity Building.” For more information on Peggy’s work see her web site at www.kieschnickconsulting.com

Specialties: Organizational Planning/Development, Organizational Planning - Mission & Vision Planning, Organizational Planning - Organizational Assessment, Program Planning and Evaluation, Program Planning - Program Development, Strategic/Business Plan Development

References

New Hampshire Women's Foundation
Ellen Koenig -
18 Low Ave Suite 205
Concord , NH 03301
(603) 226-3355

Peggy has worked with Ellen on a wide range of projects over many years.

Projects have included strategic planning, complex multi-agency planning processes, and both virtual and in-person facilitation.

 

Persimmon Consulting
Kirsten Scobie - Director
P.O. Box 261
Lancaster , NH 03584
603-631-0503

Kirsten is the former director of the Tillotson Funds for the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation.  In that capacity she contracted with Peggy for multiple projects including strategic planning and research on promising practices.

 

 

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