John Curtis and Brittany Altmann
John Curtis founded IOD, Inc. in 1986 and has developed a proven track record in bringing sound organizational principles and leadership practices to hundreds of public, private and nonprofit organizations nationwide. He has 30+ years’ experience providing a wide array of consulting services to organizations of all types and sizes.
He also teaches strategic planning, leadership development, change management and fundraising for the Edyth Bush Institute for Philanthropy & Nonprofit Leadership at Rollins College in Florida, the Georgia Center for Nonprofits and the Duke Nonprofit Management Program in North Carolina and Virginia.
Brittany Altmann, founding partner of Ascent Collective, uses human-centered design methodology to help nonprofits nationwide identify their operational roadblocks and use them to their advantage. Her goal is to help organizations become more productive, innovative, collaborative, and most importantly, more human. Her strategies focus on creating win-win results for nonprofits of all types and sizes from animal welfare to historic preservation.
Brittany shows organizations how to use data-driven decision making to successfully design better methods of communicating their mission, vision and values to produce more successful end results. Brittany is a “digital media guru,” with a thorough knowledge of how analytics, SEO, research, usability testing, design, development, and marketing all play into user experience and web strategy. Her multidisciplinary approach allows her to create cross-platform campaigns that stand out in today’s digital landscape.