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Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap
  • Match a nonprofit with a volunteer capacity coach
  • Support nonprofit and coach through the roadmap
  • Re-assess capacity to measure and celebrate growth

About a dozen nonprofit leaders and coaches commit each year to a 12-month, renewable partnership. Each devotes 4-8 hours or more per month to the work of capacity building.

Nonprofit leaders, coaches and InterSector staff engage skilled volunteers to support implementation of the capacity roadmap.

Nonprofits grow. Coaches grow. Volunteers grow. The community gets stronger.

We are a cross-sector community devoted to building capacity in northeast Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

What Is Nonprofit Capacity?

Capacity describes the wide range of capabilities, knowledge and resources that nonprofits need in order to be effective (from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations). Capacity building strengthens and stabilizes nonprofit organizations, improving their ability to deliver on their missions.

Nonprofit Leaders

Executive directors, CEOs and other leaders from northeast Wisconsin nonprofits commit, a year at a time, to building their nonprofit’s capacity. These leaders — a dozen or so at a time — guide organizations that provide food, housing, clothing, physical and mental health care and other basic needs.

Skilled Volunteers

Professionals with skills in HR, finance, IT, marketing or the law lead or take part in projects meant to increase a nonprofit’s capacity. They, in turn, build leadership and communication skills.

Donors and Philanthropists

Individuals and foundations invest in strengthening nonprofits through gifts and grants.

***

InterSector Project Director

Lisa Strandberg leads InterSector with a professional background that includes seven years in consumer products research and development; a decade as a freelance writer and editor; and seven years as a nonprofit development and communications director.

InterSector Advisory Team

The InterSector Advisory Team provides foresight, oversight, insight and advocacy. They represent the nonprofit, for-profit and philanthropic sectors in greater Green Bay, the Fox Cities and greater Oshkosh.

  • Jeremy Bernard, Senior Director – Snow Products, Oshkosh Corp.
  • Lynn Coriano, Project Director, POINT Regional Poverty Reduction Initiative
  • Heidi Dusek, Executive Director, J. J. Keller Foundation
  • Ryan Good, CEO, Foundations Health and Wholeness
  • Karlene Grabner, Director of Donor Services, Oshkosh Area Community Foundation
  • Joe Mauthe, Executive Director, Pillars
  • Eden Weller, Senior Customer and Market Insights Manager, J. J. Keller and Associates
Contact Us

Maling Address

InterSector
c/o J. J. Keller Foundation
PO Box 368
Neenah, WI 54957-0368

Nonprofit Leaders

Ready to take your nonprofit to the next level of effectiveness? Willing to commit 8 hours or more per month to capacity building for at least one year, and to attend 3-4 learning sessions with peers?

Apply for capacity coaching

HR and Business Professionals

Want to strengthen your community and build leadership and communication skills? Willing to commit 4-8 hours per month to one nonprofit for at least one year?

Apply to volunteer as a capacity coach

Partners and Investors

Want to engage your employees, your professional association or your financial support in strengthening nonprofits?

Contact InterSector to learn more

InterSector connects nonprofits with business talent and services to increase social impact together.

We work across sectors to increase capacity – the capabilities, knowledge and resources nonprofits need to deliver on their missions.

Our Process

  • Assess a nonprofit’s capacity needs
  • Co-create a capacity roadmap