Community Wealth Partners

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    We offer leadership development and coaching, strategy and implementation, and community collaboration services like other consultants, but our clients consistently say we are not typical consultants. Rather, we are true partners, focused on turning change agents’ visions into bold goals, goals into plans, and plans into action, ultimately helping our clients accelerate the pace of change. Our team brings a unique combination of skills and experience in strategy, change management, collaboration, leadership development and coaching, facilitation and training, data analytics, performance measurement, evaluation planning, sustainability and business model development, and organizational design.

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    TypePrivate
    Founded1997
    HQWashington, US
    Websitecommunitywealth.com
    Employee Ratings4.8

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    Employees (est.) (Feb 2019)36

    Key People/Management at Community Wealth Partners

    Lori Bartczak

    Lori Bartczak

    Senior Director of Knowledge and Content
    Sara Brenner

    Sara Brenner

    President
    Amy Celep

    Amy Celep

    CEO
    Amy Farley

    Amy Farley

    Director
    Idalia Fernandez

    Idalia Fernandez

    Senior Director
    Jeetu Jodhpurkar

    Jeetu Jodhpurkar

    Vice President of Finance and Operations
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    Community Wealth Partners Office Locations

    Community Wealth Partners has an office in Washington
    Washington, US (HQ)
    1000 1825 K St NW
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    1997
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    Community Wealth Partners Blogs

    Five Elements for Success in Capacity Building

    By Carla Taylor and Lori Bartczak Nonprofit organizations must be strong and healthy to consistently deliver effective programs that advance their mission. Research backs this up; a study on Meyer Foundation grants found that investments in capacity produced positive, long-term financial results for…

    October Must-Reads

    This month, we were challenged to examine our silence by The Heinz Endowments’ Grant Oliphant. We were encouraged and equipped to put decision-making power in the hands of people affected by those decisions through GrantCraft’s new participatory grantmaking guide (which includes the art in this blog…

    Three Ways Associations Are Staying Relevant

    With changes in technology and demographics, traditional nonprofit associations must evolve to stay relevant. Many associations are wrestling with tough questions like, how do we grow our membership, especially with younger professionals? And how do we make sure we’re providing the most value to our…

    September Must-Reads

    This month, we read transparent accounts from the Ford Foundation’s Megan Morrison and Chris Cardona, who shared the foundation’s journey addressing its flawed approach to collecting grantee diversity data, and Laura Weidman Powers, who wrote about why and how she stepped down as Code2040 CEO. We al…

    To Go Further, Get Serious About Culture

    This blog was originally posted on the Collective Impact Forum blog. See the original post here. We’ve all witnessed the importance of culture in organizations. Many leaders have seen their efforts fall apart because their team wasn’t aligned or power dynamics impeded their progress. On the other ha…

    August Must-Reads

    Each month, we gather five new resources that can help us work smarter, think more deeply, and more effectively contribute to the change we seek. This month’s reads include initial results from the Ford Foundation’s BUILD initiative, how Democracy Fund is adapting its strategies in changing times, t…
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    Community Wealth Partners Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Community Wealth Partners founded?

      Community Wealth Partners was founded in 1997.

    • Who are Community Wealth Partners key executives?

      Community Wealth Partners's key executives are Lori Bartczak, Sara Brenner and Amy Celep.

    • How many employees does Community Wealth Partners have?

      Community Wealth Partners has 36 employees.

    • Who are Community Wealth Partners competitors?

      Competitors of Community Wealth Partners include Franklin Covey, T Chapman Consulting & Associates and League of Extraordinary Women.

    • Where is Community Wealth Partners headquarters?

      Community Wealth Partners headquarters is located at 1000 1825 K St NW, Washington.

    • Where are Community Wealth Partners offices?

      Community Wealth Partners has an office in Washington.

    • How many offices does Community Wealth Partners have?

      Community Wealth Partners has 1 office.