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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.
Matt Simons is Vice President of Client Development for 20/twenty Strategic Consultants. His purpose is to help organizations create the conditions to grow faster and to be sustainable. He is a strategy, sales, and management professional with a focus on business development, demand generation, pipeline development, and building compelling value propositions.
Over the years, Matt has been an active contributor to growth initiatives in technology and services organizations that underwent a significant strategic change, via process development, product launch, and increased development efforts.
He has launched numerous product lines both as a developer and a reseller. Matt has implemented Salesforce with a large team, implemented Dynamics with a small team, built internal and external training programs for software users, developed and deployed numerous sales demonstrations, and mentored subordinates into successful management positions. Each organization I have served has seen dramatic increases in YOY revenues.
As VP of Client Success for 20/twenty, Vince is charged with supporting all clients and consultants to ensure the overall long-term success and growth of every engagement. With over a decade of experience as a Project Manager, Vince specializes in empowering teams, overcoming roadblocks, and designing creative solutions.
Vince's professional career has included leadership positions with nonprofits, startups, and large corporations where he's developed a growth mindset and the ability to adapt quickly, lead diverse teams and overcome complex challenges.
Vince, his wife Ami, and their two beautiful children are long-time Louisville residents. Vince is an avid ice hockey player, hiker, and volunteer. He currently serves as the Board Chair for Best Buddies of Kentucky supporting the IDD community.
Steven Michael Carr has never met a stranger. He holds two Bachelor of Arts degrees, one in English and one in Psychology, from the Bellarmine University Honors Program, as well as a certification in the Principles of Fundraising from the Lilly School of Philanthropy.
Steven built a full development program for Louisville-based nonprofit Mattingly Edge, including grant writing, brand new events, volunteer management, donor cultivation, and stewardship as their sole development employee. In his last full fiscal year with them, Steven oversaw the attainment of $1.4 million in development revenue.
Steven uses the Thomas Merton quote, “In the end, it is the reality of personal relationships that saves everything,” as his philosophy for fundraising, as we as the old adage, “Everyone loves a good story.” As a professional storyteller, Steven Michael Carr has shared his craft on many stages, including for The Moth.
Erynn McInnis, CFRE is the Director of Grants and Foundation Partnerships for 20/twenty Strategic Consultants.
She believes that grants, as one part of a comprehensive development operation, offer nonprofits an opportunity to receive significant monetary support to further their missions and programs; and through matching foundation interests with nonprofit missions, and ongoing relationship building, planning, and research, partnerships may be cultivated to radically change social outcomes and enhance communities.
Her career includes grants administration and writing for local government and nonprofits in the arts, healthcare, and higher education, and she has helped raise more than $20 million from local, regional, and national private foundations, corporations, and from local, state, and federal government agencies.
Erynn is a Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE), has a Certificate in Fund Raising Management (CFRM) from The Fund Raising School, a program of the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy at Indiana University, has a master’s degree in Business Communication from Spalding University (Louisville, KY), and earned a bachelor’s in English Language and Literature from Smith College (Northampton, MA).
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.
Michelle West is not only a lover of a great story but also an imaginative storyteller. Her love of people’s stories has led her to become a groundbreaking facilitator of connections between nonprofits and the communities they aim to serve.
Michelle holds a Master of Divinity degree from Duke University and has used that education to work with multiple nonprofits to develop sustainable missions, financial stewardship, and a strong social justice ethos.
Her decade of experience has taken her to work in fundraising, mission implementation, and community outreach for major universities, faith-based organizations, and world-class healthcare systems.
Michelle aims to use models that are authentic to an individual organization’s goals to initiate true and lasting change throughout our world.
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.
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.
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.
In 2019, Sarah McIntee made a life changing decision to leave her position as the Director of Strategic Partnerships at Harbor House of Louisville to become a nonprofit consultant. After over 10 years of working with health and human service focused nonprofits, Sarah decided to pursue her passion of helping a wide variety of nonprofit organizations achieve sustainability.
Throughout Sarah’s career in nonprofit management, she has worked in almost every capacity. Sarah has extensive experience in event planning, capital campaigns, fund development, marketing and communications, social media strategies, conducting interviews and hiring practices, strategic planning and grant writing. Sarah has worked at the National Kidney Foundation, Muscular Dystrophy Association and most recently, Harbor House of Louisville.
As Assistant Director of Development, she oversaw the fundraising and implementation of 4 signature events, annual giving, sponsorship and partnerships and year-round fund development planning. In 2018 she took on the role of Strategic Partnership Director at Harbor House to build community partnerships and focus on fundraising and relationship building for a capital campaign. Throughout her time at Harbor House, she also oversaw the grant program, applying for over 60 grants each year.
Jamie is a compassionate leader who has a strong desire to see nonprofits thrive as they carry out their mission. With fifteen years of experience working in nonprofits and higher education, her focused specialties include fostering authentic relationships, building strong program and project management strategies, and developing sustainable fundraising models.
Having studied Public Affairs with a concentration in Nonprofit Management at Indiana University, Jamie has a commitment to intentionality and follow-through to serve clients and lead teams.
A lifelong resident of Southern Indiana, she enjoys exploring Indiana state parks with her family, hiking, and kayaking. She’s a college sports enthusiast and an active community volunteer.
Derek has nearly 20 years of experience working with 501 (c) 3, 4, and 6 non-profits in a variety of roles. Derek’s professional journey led him to specialize in advocacy on the local, state, and federal levels, leading fundraising campaigns, developing long-term strategic visions for organizations, and leading programs/organizations from the startup phase to long-range stability. He has had the privilege of serving as a member of the Kentucky Commission on Women’s Health Policy Counsel, lectured at multiple universities, law programs, and medical schools, and lobbied in both Frankfort and Washington, D.C.
Professionally, Derek’s greatest joy comes from turning so-called drab public policy into praxis that improves the lives it impacts and translating the important work non-profits do into fundraising. His first mentor once told him, “you can be doing the greatest work in the world, but if there is no margin, there is no mission”. In Derek’s free time, he loves being a husband and dad, cooking, rock climbing, learning from other people’s stories, and raising money for programs that serve people on their journey from addiction to recovery.
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 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.
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.
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.”
Having spent over 25 years in the Executive Search and Leadership Development space, Rich has gained a deep understanding of the job market and a broad base of knowledge and experience with the tools and skills necessary to help individuals successfully navigate their careers.
As an Executive Recruiter and Career Coach, Rich works with the highest level of integrity to provide organizations and professionals with the consultation and encouragement needed to navigate their search successfully. By utilizing a “one size fits one” approach in his search and coaching interactions, Rich provides his clients with more than just a search solution; they get a trusted partner.
A Louisville native, Rich graduated from Portland Christian High School and received his Bachelor’s Degree in Business from Milligan University.
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.
Ian is a Maxwell Team certified member licensed to coach, train, and speak using John Maxwell's leadership development material.
Ian specializes in assisting customers in problem-solving. His skills in leadership and information technology allow him to synthesize data to meet his client’s challenges.
He has worked directly with corporate CEOs, executive teams, agency administrators, and senior officials to build strategies, facilitate challenging discussions, and achieve their organization’s vision.
A native of Southern Indiana, Ian's professional career has included leadership positions with nonprofits, startups, and large corporations where he's cultivated a growth mindset and a passion for personal and professional development. Ian lives in New Albany, Indiana with his wife and business partner, Airlea Williams along with their young son.
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.
Sandy Bowling started her nonprofit career at Farmington Historic Home as their Associate Director. Her career has included working with the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation, March of Dimes, Paws with Purpose, Project Warm, and most recently, Communities in Schools of Clark County. Although she has experience working in event planning, including sponsorship development as well as board and volunteer management, her focus is now on grant writing.
A Louisville native, she received her BA in Economics from Centre College and her MBA from the University of Louisville. Outside of work, she has been married to Ralph for 30 years and has three children; an Xavier University graduate, a University of Louisville graduate and her youngest will soon graduate from University of Kentucky. She’s also the proud mother of Daisy, her family’s rescue puppy.
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