Educational Consulting HASSANAH
Catalyst for Positive Change
" Janice Tufte is a high energy, indefatigable and dedicated professional, with a commitment to ending homelessness. Janice is entrepreneurial in her approach in working with others, brings insights through well-organized presentations, and is reliable for both creative expression and teamwork. It is a joy to work with Janice, and I hope more opportunities will be provided to do so in the months and years ahead ."
I will assist you with your specific needs for your organization, agency or school, tailored to your unique perspective and desired outcome. Janice Tufte has decades of experience offering small solutions to the larger challenges and barriers, poverty and inequality often bring to the table. Compassionate customer satisfaction is always a priority when expanding your business or building upon your creative ideas.
I am looking forward to assisting you in identifying what priority concepts are missing in your business plan; help to suggest trainings, and processes to take your ideas to the next level.* WarmforWinter initiated after a rise in the popularity of knitting; then partnered art with the gift of giving, where to date 45,500 handmade hats and scarves have been handed to neighbors in need.
Once you have decided what exactly you are seeking, what is needed, valid and applicable, I am able to assist you with concept building to your implementation process, start to finish. * Emergency Muslim Resource Guides were developed on the real need for identifying / listing resources for diverse communities in three counties.
I will work with you and within your strategy planning, then in determining the best plan of action while laying out a map of how to monitor your unique key performance indicators at 3-4 week intervals, adjusting goals as needed. *The Islamic Civic Engagement Project has educated on advocacy, disseminated civic engagement opportunities focusing on addressing disparities since 2007.
Utilization of client centered preferred assessment tools found most effective for individuals, specific groups and organizations. Recognition of what you are hoping for your organization, then a deeper discussion about your goals and outcomes
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