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Strategy & Growth

Envoy’s strategy practice works with organizations at pivotal stages of growth to support new initiatives and the expansion of high-quality work. Our team has experience developing and implementing strategic plans, building multi-year revenue and expense projections, creating communications and fundraising plans, and supporting program expansion to new communities and populations. We have worked across multiple content areas including workforce, education, criminal justice, and health.


Examples of our strategy work include:


  • Working closely with founders to launch and grow two new 501c3 organizations leading criminal justice reform efforts in prosecution and prison reentry


  • Leading diligence and feasibility efforts for the national expansion of a youth workforce readiness organization


  • Creating a new revenue model for a education training and credentialing organization


  • Relaunching a national criminal justice initiative for a large membership association


Our strategy practice has an intentional focus on implementation, and we typically enter longer-term or multi-phase engagements with clients that see our projects through to execution.  


If you're interested in learning more, feel free to reach out to Salomon Moreno Rosa.

Case Studies

National Association of Counties (NACo)


Engagement: Envoy’s support has encompassed strategic planning, policy research, measurement and evaluation, content creation and resource development, webinar facilitation, and direct membership engagement. Envoy’s work with NACo spans all matters pertaining to criminal justice systems, including ​jails and prisons, probation and parole, courts, community crime prevention, juvenile justice, and emergency management.  

Results: Envoy has supported NACo on developing and implementing strategies to align justice and public safety programming for their membership of nearly 40,000 county elected officials and 3.6 million county employees. This includes supporting the management and growth of programs, such as the Familiar Faces Initiative, the Safety and Justice Challenge, and the Stepping Up Initiative.

Forestry and Fire Recruitment Program (FFRP)


Engagement: Envoy collaborates with FFRP by providing operational support, strategic planning, growth and new market expansion, fundraising and financial management, and communications strategy. Envoy works with FFRP to advance the organization’s mission to address the increasing threat of wildfires by supporting formerly incarcerated people’s successful transition into professional fire and fuels reduction careers. 

Results: Envoy has helped guide FFRP through tremendous growth, supporting its development from a burgeoning social venture to a $2M+, statewide nonprofit organization employing 20+ staff and training and supporting a substantial percentage of people returning from incarceration in California's fire camps. 

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