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Leadership Support from The Nonprofit Strategy Group

Apr 24, 2020

Leader's Circle | Bimonthly Meetings for Nonprofit Leaders

The Nonprofit Leaders Circle is a safe space for nonprofit CEOs/Executive Directors to talk through issues, give and receive support, and learn. Best part... its free through June. Join us via Zoom on Tuesdays from 11:00-12:15 p.m. 

We have two virtual groups, with a few spots remaining on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday’s of the month. 

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To register contact Richard Eveleigh at [email protected]



The Nonprofit Strategy Group (TNSG) partners with nonprofit organizations to achieve improved community impact. Services include grant writing, meeting facilitation, comprehensive strategic planning, board development, and fund development planning. TNSG also facilitates two monthly Leadership Groups for nonprofit executives to engage in peer support, best-practice sharing, and creative problem solving.

Led by two former executive directors who understand the extraordinary demands that come with nonprofit leadership, TNSG recognizes that nonprofit organizations face unique challenges and needs. The services provided by TNSG support not-for-profit CEOs and boards with customized and cost-effective services to address these needs and improve organizational performance


Amanda has provided outstanding leadership in the nonprofit sector for more than 15 years. As Founder and Executive Director of the Colorado Mental Wellness Network, she championed the need for effective peer support in Colorado’s health system. She worked to establish statewide standards for the role of peers and developed a state certified training. 

Expert in the field of organizational management and change, Amanda previously taught Psychology at Central New Mexico Community College. She also worked to provide essential services to individuals experiencing homelessness in Albuquerque, New Mexico, by overseeing funding for homeless service providers while working for the City.

Amanda has served on numerous nonprofit boards, councils, and advisory committees including Governor-appointed task forces. She currently serves on the Board of Directors for the CHARG Resource Center in Denver, and volunteers at Foothills Animal Shelter and Project Helping. 

In 2018, Amanda co-founded The Nonprofit Strategy Group, providing consulting services to nonprofit organizations. Committed to helping nonprofit organizations achieve improved impact, Amanda excels at delivering trainings, developing strategic plans, grant writing, and coaching.


Prior to emigrating to the USA in 2000, Richard was a high-school teacher at schools in England, Wales, Colombia and the Dominican Republic. His first job in the USA was as a caseworker, helping people living with mental health illnesses develop and implement individual wellness plans. Inspired by his clients, Richard pursued a career in nonprofit management, completing an MPA at the University of Colorado in 2007. 

Richard has worked for nonprofit organizations for more than 20 years. His experience includes serving on nonprofit boards and providing executive leadership to nonprofit organizations in the fields of mental health and suicide prevention. He has also worked in animal welfare and particularly enjoyed collaborating with Mutual Rescue, an organization that celebrates the bond between animals and human beings.

In 2018 he co-founded The Nonprofit Strategy Group, providing consulting services to nonprofit organizations to help improve their efficiency and community impact. He is motivated by issues of social justice and human rights and holds a master’s degree in Applied Philosophy from the University of Hull, UK.

Coaching Through Crisis

Colorado Nonprofit Association is working with a team of experts who have generously offered one-on-one coaching times for CEOs/Executive Directors or board members for specific strategic advice to help you operate more effectively in this time of enormous uncertainty and higher demands. Learn more. 


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