• Operations Assessment
  • Organizational Structure & Design
  • Project Management
  • Strategic Planning
  • Volunteer Strategy

Jamie W.

Nonprofit Consulting


University of Colorado - BA Sociology
American University School of International Service - MA Int'l Development


Jamie is a highly qualified consultant with 10 years of non-profit experience where she has worked in the fields of international development, disability advocacy, and renewable energy. She has a background in International Development and Global Health and is uniquely qualified to work with diverse clients and cultures.

Before starting her consulting practice, Jamie was Director of Project Development at Project C.U.R.E. where she effectively streamlined several internal processes and procedures and significantly increased the percentage of completed projects. Prior to that, she worked at the Global Greengrants Fund as their grants manager where she managed over 500 grants per year in 120 developing countries. Jamie also created and led the young adult arm of Denver’s main disability advocacy organization, Advocacy Denver (formally Arc of Denver), and she continues to be an active member of several support circles for young adults with disabilities.

Jamie’s specific expertise is working with community based organizations both domestic and international. She works with organizations to evaluate their internal processes and help ensure more efficient program implementation. Her unique combination of skills and keen understanding of issues related to working in developing countries and with underserved populations enables her to bring a unique knowledge base to her clients.