Alan Krieger, President of Krieger Solutions, LLC has over 20 years experience working with non-profit agencies. He began his career as a program staff in community based agencies. By writing grants, he expanded the program to 12 staff and became a manager. He later became Executive Director of a statewide organization. During his years as a consultant he has worked with many non-profits and was appointed interim Executive Director of an agency as it went through reorganization.
As a result of these experiences and the experiences of our other trainers and consultants, Krieger Solutions, LLC is able to offer services customized to the non-profit context.
All of the training programs listed elsewhere on this site can be tailored to a non-profit context. (Click on training tab to the left for more information.)
We've developed two comprehensive 4-5 day series for supervisors and managers of non-profit agencies:
In addition, we offer the following services:
Training and consulting in financial management for non-financial managers: delivered in plain English, and addressing budgeting, bookkeeping basics, reading financial reports, working with a Treasurer/finance committee.
Board development - training and/or consulting focused on building stronger boards and clarifying roles and responsibilities of boards and staff.
We are currently partnered with Frank Venezia, CPA, of Marvin and Company, PC to offer a workshop on Financial Governance for Non-Profits, to be held on January 10, 2013, click here for more info.
Strategic planning - facilitating a process that makes sense for non-profit agencies.
Grant writing - actually writing the grants, or coaching your staff to write better grants.
Leadership coaching - helping supervisors and managers solve tough problems and improve their skills as leaders. Click on tab to the left on leadership coaching for more information.
For small non-profit agencies we are willing to provide a small discount and / or help you set up a collaborative effort to keep your costs low.
Alan Krieger and Steve Appel completed a report on a Regional Talent Pipeline study commissioned by the Greater Capital Region Worrkforce Investment Boards. The study looks at workforce needs of high tech employers and how the workforce development system can better prepare workers to meet these needs. Read the executive summary or full report.