Our Clients

Our Clients

The typical clients for our trainings, technical assistance, and written products are nonprofit organizations and networks, foundations, community-based organizations and cross-sector alliances, and government units whose policies, programs and products require optimal impact for diverse groups. Here are some things they say:

…About the Meetings We Conduct

 “You are excellent presenters and very knowledgeable about a variety of subjects. Look forward to a part ‘2’ next year. ” Capacity-building for a community organization

 “The training was excellent and definitely exceeded my expectations. I spent several hours today going over the materials, and the materials also exceeded my expectations. Both our organization and its directors benefited from the training which will hopefully translate into the community benefiting.” Strategic planning for a community organization

…About the Materials We Produce

  “Kudos! The briefs were a hit!” Fact Sheets for a national meeting

“…an invaluable guide in redefining and reshaping the future.” “…find(s) sustainable solutions for pressing community problems.” “…covers new ground (and) provides practical strategies….” “Our work wouldn’t have happened without the Toolkit. It gave us a real jump-start, a way to focus.” Toolkit users from state and national organizations

JPI’s consulting services and products provide our clients with customized solutions to their pressing needs. References are available upon request.

A sampling from our client list over the years gives you a glimpse into the range of our experience:


Annie E. Casey Foundation
Association of Baltimore Area Grantmakers
Baltimore Community Foundation
blue moon fund
Chicagoland Workforce Funders Alliance
Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo (NY)
+ 70 Buffalo region organizations
Deaconess Foundation
DentaQuest Foundation
D5 Coalition
Greater Kansas City Community Foundation
Hyams Foundation
Knight Foundation
Metro United Way of Louisville (KY)
New Hampshire Endowment for Health
Oishei Foundation (NY)
POISE Foundation
Polk Foundation (IL)
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation
Woods Fund of Chicago
Women’s Foundation for a Greater Memphis (TN)
Workforce Matters

Nonprofits/Community Organizations/Networks

Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families
Astor Services for Children & Families (NY)
Atlanta Civic Site
Black Administrators in Child Welfare
Business and Professional People for the Public Interest (IL)
Campaign for Black Male Achievement
Cantigny Park (IL)
Center for Public Policy Priorities (TX)
Chicago Jobs Council
Children’s Trust of South Carolina
Connecticut Kids Count
DC Action for Children
Family League of Baltimore (MD)
Georgia Family Connection Partnership
Georgia Voices for Children
Govans Ecumenical Development Corporation (MD)
Humanim (MD)
Hogg Mental Health Policy Academy (TX)
Kansas Action for Children
Kentucky Youth Advocates
Living Cities
Michigan’s Children
New Mexico Kids Count
North Carolina Justice Center
OMG Center for Collaborative Learning
Opportunity Finance Network
Oregon Primary Care Associates
Texans Care for Children
Voices for Children in Nebraska
Washington Kids Count
Wisconsin Council on Children and Families
Women Employed (IL)


Academy for Education and Development in West Africa
Alexandria VA Division of Aging & Adult Services
Baltimore City Health Department
Baltimore Opportunity Collaborative
Bryn Mawr College
DSHS-Children’s Administration, State of Washington
D’Youville College (NY)
Frederick Co (MD) Division of Aging
Gilman School (MD)
Government of Cote D’Ivoire
Guilford County Public Schools (NC)
KIPP Baltimore
Richmond (VA) Child Welfare & Juvenile Domestic Court
University of Maryland, School of Medicine -System of Care Institute
USDHHS – Administration for Children and Families
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