At 20/twenty, our motto is simple: “We help people who help people.” It is our passion and calling to support and empower nonprofit leaders to maximize the impact of their missions in their communities. We accomplish this by embedding our nonprofit experts into organizations that have expressed their desire and commitment to become financially and organizationally excellent. 20/twenty offers a comprehensive suite of services, including fund development, grant writing, strategic planning, recruiting, DE&I training, and more.
Our ramp-up process empowers your team and outfits them with the tools they need to succeed. Talk to us today about how we can support your growth, limit your turnover, and put you on a solid track to success.
Carl L. Williams, Sr., is President and Chief Executive Officer of 20/twenty Strategic Consultants. Carl has provided the vision and leadership that has contributed to the rapid and focused growth of many companies across the nation.
20/twenty Strategic Consultants is a leading consulting company focused solely on Education and Non-Profit business innovation. This positions 20/twenty for a National Reach in the consulting marketplace and establishes them as a thought leader on business innovation.
Additionally, Carl has led the acquirement and advancement of data security protocols for business systems, product migration to the cloud, and innovative integration initiatives for Human Resources, Finance, Payroll, and Benefit administration.
A former K-12 classroom teacher and K-12 Human Resources professional, Carl draws from his experience in the field to reinforce 20/twenty’s authentic commitment to improving the technology within nonprofit and education business office environments.
Victor is highly skilled in networking, business relations and providing solutions with a professional background as an account executive in corporate sales. Victor's professional career has included Business Relations and Job Developing for the Kentuckiana Builds Program placing over 100 men and women in careers and apprenticeships while creating 25+ new employer partnerships. Victor and his four children are Louisville residents. Victor enjoys playing the Piano and Organ for a Christian Church, and being a part time actor and model. He formerly served as the Director of Diversity and Inclusion of Young Professionals Association of Louisville (YPAL) in 2020-2021.
Rebecca Day is a seasoned Executive Administrator and HR manager with over 26 years in the field. Having held positions in a range of diverse industries ranging from healthcare to technology, Rebecca shares a passion for supporting senior management, recruiting and onboarding diverse talent, and improving company and employee relations.
In addition to her administrative and HR experience, Rebecca also has managed teams of support staff and volunteers and led event planning efforts that have included job fairs, conferences, and leadership retreats, hosting and attracting hundreds of attendees.
Rebecca's experience and education are rooted in Business Administration.
In her spare time, Rebecca loves to skate and read and enjoys traveling and spending time with friends and family, including her daughter, Kristen.
A dedicated leader recognized for her communication and strategic planning abilities. Sarah has a track record of implementing and automating systems that lead to clients becoming brand evangelists.
Sarah is known for her ability to lead teams to operational excellence, creative work, and sustained improvements.
Sarah’s experience in both the for-profit and nonprofit sectors provides valuable perspective and strategies for our clients.
Josh Burnett is an innovator and visionary with a 15-year track record of leading and growing nonprofit startups to a place with sustainability and exponential impact.
Josh has raised more than $10m for organizations he has led and millions more through consulting with nonprofits. Working with leaders from diverse backgrounds and sectors.
Josh enjoys envisioning and guiding teams to solve complex problems. He is known for his leadership and drive to do meaningful work that enhances the lives of all humanity.
Michael Duke has led a remarkably diversified life. Michael was a minister right after college. Next a career in sales with a national hardware company where he became the youngest District Sales Manager in the country. Next a distinguished management career in advertising wherein a seven-year period he managed a startup, a turnaround, and a merger/acquisition.
After earning a graduate degree in Management and HR he discovered he had the heart of a teacher. As a natural outgrowth of his love for teaching, he began a parallel career as a college instructor. Since 2000 Michael has been recruiting and consulting with some of Louisville’s largest and most recognizable companies. He has also written two books. “Coach to the Goal” was released in 2007. “Lead Like a Coach” was released in 2012.
Edie Wooton brings 20+ years of experience and a deep understanding of the nonprofit sector's challenges and opportunities, as well as her ability to navigate various aspects of nonprofit fundraising. Her established relationships with foundation representatives, government agencies, and community organizations underscore her networking capabilities and potential for creating impactful partnerships.
Edie's educational journey, starting from studying visual arts at duPont Manual Magnet High School in Louisville, KY, and then obtaining a bachelor's degree in fine arts from the University of Illinois at Chicago, suggests her strong foundation in creativity and artistry. This background also contributes to her innovative and holistic approach to supporting nonprofits.
Overall, Edie's extensive grant writing experience positions her as a valuable asset to nonprofit organizations seeking funding. To date, she has helped secure more than $9 million in grant funding for various nonprofits. Her ability to translate the organization's goals and impact into compelling grant proposals is likely to have contributed significantly to the success of the initiatives she's been involved with.
Ideisha Bellamy is a forward-thinking leader and innovative change agent. Her dynamic leadership skills have been honed through increasingly challenging roles including State Director of Licensing for the KY Office of Inspector General and
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Chief Operating Officer at Maryhurst. Ideisha has been actively recruited and sought out to lead transformational and turnaround business initiatives for highly matrixed organizations.
Ideisha has a strong professional reputation for providing proactive, strategic leadership in unpredictable, constantly evolving work environments. She has served as a trusted advisor to many Executive leaders in the private, government and non-profit sectors focused on leadership development and operational excellence. She is a graduate of Indiana Wesleyan with a Master of Science in Management and the KY Governor’s Minority Management Training Program.
Ideisha lives in Louisville with her husband, Theo, and their five children.
Ian Williams is the Co-founder and President of Lead Well Strategic Consulting (Lead Well), a modern organizational development consulting and training company specializing in leadership development, mental health awareness and executive coaching for small to midsize organizations.
As a Maxwell Leadership certified team member and an organizational and leadership development practitioner-scholar, Ian has led regional consulting workshops and training to develop core business, technology, and diversity strategies leading to mission-critical improvements and more effective organizations.
Ian has worked with a diverse clientele in corporate operations, educational institutions, and non-profit work.
As a native of Southern Indiana, Ian lives in New Albany with his wife and business partner, Airlea “Lea” Williams, and their two young children.
Aaron has been a teacher, coach, pastor, and entrepreneur for the past 20 years. He is a skilled and experienced fundraiser and has coached church planters, pastors, non-profit leaders, and marketplace entrepreneurs all over the U.S. and Europe. He is passionate about identifying and creating pathways for justice and heavenly impact. Aaron and his wife Karrie live in the Indianapolis area with their 3 boys: Tyson, William, and Sutter. Aaron is a huge fan of the Indiana Pacers, Notre Dame football, the Chicago Cubs, and chocolate chip cookies.
A native of Bardstown, KY, Amy received her bachelor's degree from the University of Florida and master’s degree from the George Washington University. Her nonprofit career began in Washington, D.C. almost 20 years ago. She has had the opportunity to serve the missions of outstanding organizations that improve people’s lives in their communities and worldwide.
Throughout her career, she has worked in organization and program leadership devising and executing fundraising and marketing strategies, designing and developing special events, planning and executing education and recognition programs, administering grants and awards, leading strategic planning activities, and developing board and volunteer leadership.
Amy currently serves on the Association Foundation Group (AFG) Board of Directors and St. Francis of Assisi School Board. She has served as a board member with the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) Greater Louisville Chapter and remains an active chapter member.
Residing in Louisville with her husband and young son, Amy enjoys her time with family and friends, walks and bicycle rides in the neighborhood and our local parks, long afternoons at the pool, and yoga.
Josie was elected to the Kentucky General Assembly in 2018. In the legislature, Rep. Raymond is a fierce advocate for reproductive rights, public education, environmental and racial justice, LGBTQ and workers' rights, and pre-k. She is known for her uncompromising vision for a more inclusive Kentucky, for holding the Republican majority accountable, and for centering women and children.
Josie has dedicated her career to creating opportunities, particularly pathways to education, for people in poverty. A former recipient of free lunch in JCPS, she has been a middle school teacher, a nonprofit director focused on first-generation college students, and a success coach for struggling students at the University of Louisville. In each role, including state representative, her mission has been the same: lift up people seeking to build better lives for themselves and their children and break down barriers that stand in their way.
Josie lives on a cul-de-sac in Hikes Point, with her husband, Adam, a journalist who took her to Manual’s junior prom on their first date, and their three kids. She grew up in the district she represents before earning bachelor’s and master’s degrees at Columbia University.
Lynn Huffman brings more than 30 years of nonprofit experience to 20/twenty Strategic Consultants. Having worked as a staffer, executive director, board member, volunteer, consultant, and elected official, she understands the inner workings of nonprofits and government departments from various viewpoints and can assist as you develop and grow your organization.
Over the course of her career, she has created many new events and programs and raised millions of dollars to help dozens of nonprofits like Gallopalooza, Greater Louisville Inc., Susan G. Komen Kentucky, and Exodus Family Ministries fulfill their missions.
She is a member of Fundraising Executives of Metro Louisville and the Grant Professionals Association. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from Western Kentucky University and completed the Institute for Organization Management program at Southern Methodist University. She has two grown children and is passionate about growing and photographing flowers.
After graduating with her BFA degree in Dance Performance from Butler University, Jennifer spent six years working at Louisville Ballet performing and managing the outreach programs. She performed in a variety of productions including The Brown-Forman Nutcracker, Swan Lake, Romeo and Juliet, and Giselle. As the Director of Education, she managed the outreach programs and taught dance classes in many public schools throughout the city of Louisville, KY. For the past seven years, Jennifer has been writing grants for the DePauw University School of Music, playing a pivotal role in securing funding for both renovations and programming.
She has a passion for the arts and youth development programs. Outside of work, she enjoys hiking and spending time with family and friends.
Lauren is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, grant writer, public speaker, community advocate, and connector. Lauren is a mom of 3 including twins and a native of Paducah, KY but has called Louisville home for the past 20 years. Lauren received a bachelor’s degree at the University of Louisville and a master’s degree at Webster University. Lauren also obtained a certification in grant writing from the University of Louisville. Lauren’s grant writing experience has been working alongside non-profit organizations in education, affordable housing, and human services. Lauren’s work experience includes working in hospitals, jails/prisons, education systems, and mental health agencies.
Lauren is an active board member of Seeds of New Leaf, Louisville Urban League Mental Health Advisory Board, Norton IHE Behavioral Health Consortium, and Sponsor 4 Success. In addition, she is the Director of Sponsorships of Mindfest Lou, an annual community mental health festival held in Louisville, KY.
Lauren’s community advocacy work and relationship building is an asset to non- profit organizations seeking funding. Her understanding of community needs, and organizational goals contributes to her successes in grant writing. Lauren is an inspiring, changemaker who values working with individuals and organizations within the community.
Terri Hill is an Ohio native with over a decade of service as a nonprofit professional. Her passion for philanthropy comes from life lessons learned from her parents as they taught her the true meaning of “Lifting as We Climb.” Over the course of her career,
Terri has served as a major gift officer within healthcare and higher education. Hill is an alumna of the University of Cincinnati, and the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, where she holds her Bachelor of Arts in African American Studies, and Master of Arts in Philanthropic Studies, respectively.
She is a proud member of the Indianapolis Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., the Indianapolis Chapter of Jack and Jill of America, Inc., and the Prince Hall Masonic Family. She’s a foodie, loves to sing, and is an avid sports fan!!! She and her husband, Martin Sr., are the proud parents of Martin II, affectionately known as “Deuce.”
A huge believer in people and culture, Toni served as President/CRO of Creative Alliance/Scoppechio, an advertising agency in Louisville, KY for 15 years. In addition to the growth and retention of the agency clients, she brought great depth to community engagement, marketing insight, leadership, acquisition management, and cause-driven marketing. The value measured in aggressive strategic marketing in existing and new market sectors is the strength of solid teams.
Whether challenged to launch the start-up of a new business unit or product or to introduce marketing programs for repositioning or branding purposes, she achieved results and led strong teams to do the same.