Consultants Resource Bank

Sasha Eisele

Sasha Eisele & Associates
PO Box 2114
North Conway, NH 03860
Phone: 914-643-3345
Specialties: Communications/Marketing, Communications - Design Services, Executive Transition, Executive - Interim Directorship, Executive - Succession/Transition Planning, Fundraising/Fund Development, Fundraising - Events Planning, Grant Writing, HR - Executive Coaching, Organizational Planning - Mission & Vision Planning, Organizational Planning - Organizational Assessment, Program Planning - Program Development, Technology - Training

References

On Belay
Ruth Abelmann - Board President
PO Box 39
Durham , NH 03824
Neil and Louise Tillotson Fund of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation
Kirsten Scobie - Director of Tillotson Funds
37 Pleasant Street
Concord , NH 03301

Project Manager for Coös Networks
An online forum connecting rural leaders in New Hampshire’s geographically largest and most economically challenged county
 

Consultant to The Neil and Louise Tillotson Advisory Fund’s Grant making Program
Since 2006 the fund has given away over $10 Million for broad-based initiatives that link the North Country to the wider region and the global economy

  • Manage grantee relations before, during and after the application period
  • Review and analyze concept papers and proposals
  • Prepare written analysis and recommendations for fund advisors
  • Meet with fund advisors to answer questions and offer insights on applicants

Project Manager for the Coos Symposium 

The Coos Symposium, a signature program of the Neil and Louise Tillotson Fund, is designed to enhance the network of individuals and communities working to build vitality in the Coos region. The specific goals of the Symposium are to: build relationships and trust across communities and disciplines, deepen understanding of forces shaping the region and potential levers for change and connect the dots - communities to the region and the region to the global community.

Each year over 100 community leaders from Coos County, surrounding communities in New Hampshire, Vermont, Maine, and the MRC of Coaticook, Quebec have gathered in northern New Hampshire for the Symposium. The event draws a diverse mix of people from the private and public sector working in education, health care, arts and culture, environment, philanthropy, social services and economic development.

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