Janice Levenhagen
NGO/Nonprofit Strategy and Operations Consultant
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    $635 / day
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  • Experience3-7 years
  • Response rate100%
  • Response time1 hour
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Paris, France
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  • Paris and around (up to 50km)

Business sector

  • Civic & Social Organizations
  • Consulting & Audits
  • Education & E-learning
  • Public sector

Company size

  • 1 person
  • 2-10 people
  • 11 - 49 people
  • 50 - 249 people

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Janice in a few words
I am American, living in Paris for the last three years. I have 12 years of CEO experience in both nonprofits and for-profits and am skilled in strategic planning, operations and process improvement, and in general helping organizations get to the next level. I have a particular fondness for nonprofits and anything involving Airtable.

Beyond starting and growing my own non- and for-profits, I've worked with various organizations in the US, Kenya, Greece, and France to improve programs, processes, and strategy. For example, I'm currently working with a Greek organization to create a vision and mission, determine a strategic plan that helps them reach towards that vision and mission, set up project management and communication tools to support that, and add structure to the organization in terms of set quarterly OKR check-ins and committees/task forces to tackle strategic overarching initiatives to improve operations. A continuous improvement mindset is important in order to not be too focused on getting it perfect the first time (after many months). As they say, perfect is the enemy of good (and implemented!).

Another example: in Kenya, I worked with an organization to improve their code school program for young women, including building a partnership with another NGO that then provided their online curriculum for free, running a current and future state mapping exercise for the application process to find the gaps, and creating feedback loops to involve and engage the young women in the program.

My French is good but not perfect; however, my English is superb :)

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