Projects

At Executives Without Borders we strive to form long-term relationships with organizations we believe in and that have demonstrated success.  We prefer to design comprehensive programs with just a few organizations that can span from 5 to 20 years. This is the best path to sustainability as continued engagement builds trust and deep familiarity with organizations.

From time to time, however, we do project work to help out specific organizations or to explore the opportunity for a long-term partnership.  Below are some of our current and past projects.

Nanhi Kali– An organization dedicated to providing primary education for underprivileged girls in India. Since 2008 we assisted with IT enhancements and operational improvements to their programs supporting the education of over 70,000 girls.  We continue to assist with marketing and grassroots communications to broaden the global awareness of their programs.

–  Nanhi Kali Case Statement (PDF)

Mission Schools International (MSI) – An organization dedicated to building schools in one of the poorest provinces of Rwanda.  We assisted MSI with organizational and operational strategy to facilitate better program implementation as well as basic HTML coding for communications.

–  MSI Case Statement (PDF)

charity: water – An organization dedicated to bringing clean, safe water to developing countries.  We assisted charity: water with the strategy and implementation of a customer relationship management (CRM) platform to help manage their communications with donors and the public.  In the wake of the Haiti earthquake in 2010 we worked with David Joseph and Miriam Salat of Bochic to auction off celebrity worn pieces of jewelry to support the delivery of safe water to those affected by the earthquake.

–  Celebrity Auction (PDF)

Shoe4Africa – An organization dedicated to empowering others through the improvement of health and education in Kenya and Tanzania.  We assisted with basic IT and website development for the organization.

Lost Boys and Girls of Sudan– After the referendum vote in January of 2011 we established a partnership to help Lost Boys and Girls displaced around the world return to South Sudan and help build their new country.  We assisted with return of several Lost Boys as well as helped with strategy to identify needed education and skills to build the infrastructure of a new country.