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Council Strategy Team

The first two steps – “Learn” and “Focus” of the Strategic Learning Process will be done by the Council Strategy Team.

The Team will conduct a situational analysis looking at:
1.    our customers (Who are they? What do they want?),
2.    our competitors (Who are they? What do they offer?),
3.    our stakeholders (Who are they? How do we engage and keep them?),
4.    the sector trends (What are they? Are we positioned to leverage?),  and
5.    our own realities. (How are we doing? Strengths? Vulnerabilities?)  

Based upon the data collected, the Team will identify key insights and recommend strategic choices to the Board. The Board will develop and adopt corporate goals for FY’14 – FY’16 leveraging the strategic choices.   

The Align and Implement steps of the Process will begin in FY’14.

Council Strategy Team Members

Leadership
Diane Tipton, President of Board of Directors
Lidia Soto-Harmon, CEO

Project Managers
Colleen Cibula
Hadley Hines
 
Customers
Julienne Bramesco
Jerri Fellerman
Rufina Hernandez  
Lynne Sport
Charisse Williams
Staff Support: Debbie Burgess, Carrie Banachowski

Competitors
Margie Auer
Sandy Crowley
Sharon Dunbar
Carri Polliard
Carolyn Stennett
Staff Support: Tonya Muse, Denise Viau

Stakeholders
Suzanne Amsbaugh
Faye Fields
Sue Hansen
Deborah Mark
Joe Suarez
Staff Support: Brigid Howe, Roseann Abdu

Sector Trends
Donella Brockington
Abby Mackness
Harriet Thompson
Stephanie Tsacoumis
Staff Support: Laura Bassett, Daryl Wolke

Our Own Realities
Evelyn Garcia-Morales
Teresa Gardner-Williams
Barb Hunter Mahan
Gretchen Schreiber
Staff Support: Mary Warneka, Dawn Murphy


Strategic Learning Process: Preparing for the Next 100 Years

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