This year marks Mollard Consulting’s 19th anniversary. Over those nearly two decades, I’ve had the pleasure to work with wonderfully talented people.
Every employee, subcontractor, and partner has contributed to the company and our clients.
We [Read more]
Last week, the Columbus Metropolitan Library system announced that it will continue to be closed on Sundays because of staffing shortages. According to the press release, the library system is down more than [Read more]
With the hustle and bustle of the holidays and the constant noise of 24/7 news cycles, I like to pause at the beginning of the year with some quiet reflection. I ask myself, what have [Read more]
Since 2018, I have written weekly articles focusing on the needs and trends of the nonprofit community. Over the years, topics have ranged from fundraising to board governance and everything in between. But in 2020, [Read more]
This week’s Election Day was a municipal election cycle where citizens elected local officials such as mayors, city council members, school board members, judges, and township trustees. While there were some statewide and congressional races, [Read more]
While this Election Day is not nearly as dramatic as last year’s presidential election, it is consequential for local government such as school boards, city councils, judgeships, and township trustees.
Nonprofits are on the front lines [Read more]
Board governance is essential because it brings the knowledge, skills, and resources of a community together around a mission and its impact.
Readers of our columns know that the most important relationship in a nonprofit organization [Read more]
Our team serves all types and sizes of nonprofit clients through scopes of work that typically fall into one of three categories: fundraising, planning, and board governance.
The best part of a strategic development plan is [Read more]
We’ve mastered Zoom, Teams, Google Meet, Facetime, WebEx, GoToMeeting, and even telemedicine doctor appointments. Over the past year and a half, we’ve become so accustomed to virtual connections that a face-to-face meeting seems out of [Read more]