Semester: Fall 2010
Maryland Hillel, located just moments from the Smith School’s building, strives to enhance the lives of Maryland’s Jewish undergraduate and graduate students so that they may enrich the Jewish people and the world. SVC Consultants researched and recommended strategies to enhance Hillel’s kosher catering operations, including branding, surveys and web-based marketing. SVC MBA Consultants: Santosh Chavan, Benjamin Pollack & Jonathan Schilit
Semester: Spring 2012
The National Utilities Diversity Council (NUDC) promotes diversity in the utilities industry in the areas of governance, employment, procurement, language access/customer service, and philanthropy. As a young organization, the NUDC has asked SEED to help design and craft a three-year strategic plan that will help us chart our goals for the significant program, governance and fundraising scale-up we wish to accomplish
Semester: Fall 2009
Washington Area Community Investment Fund is a regional nonprofit focused on empowering underserved communities and individuals by providing them with access to capital and specialized technical expertise. The SVC consultants worked with the board to develop unified marketing messages that clearly articulate the breadth of WACIF’s services and will ultimately aid in their fundraising pursuits.
SVC Consultants: Sarina Gerson & Eric Miller
Semester: Spring 2011
National Sportscasters & Sportswriters Association & Hall Of Fame is dedicated to honoring, preserving and celebrating the legacy of sportscasters and sportswriters in the United States – for their creativity in storytelling, their pursuit of truth and their conveyance of information. SVC Consultants provided recommendations for a sustainable revenue generation model going forward driven by new targeted customer marketing, social media presence, and ROI-based metric development.
SVC MBA Consultants: Goutham Budati, Ian Cruse, Johnny Graham