WE WANT TO SUPPORT YOU IN YOUR CHANGE EFFORTS
LEAP Consulting knows good decisions are based on good information. That’s why we work collaboratively with clients to produce information that allows them to create more impact, and demonstrate and sustain these results.
Regardless of the scope of the project, LEAP helps nonprofits, foundations, public institutions and funders achieve impact through meaningful evaluations and strategic support. We will meet you where you are, work collaboratively with your team, support you in answering questions most pertinent to your organization, and help you to build solutions or innovate where it's most vital. We are committed to doing all of this while being responsive to your needs and goals.
MEET THE TEAM
Elizabeth McGee, founder
Elizabeth has a passion for tackling systemic problems and loves working with clients to re-imagine communities. Her areas of expertise are evaluation, strategic planning, systems change (including Collective Impact) and creative placemaking.
Elizabeth is active in the systems change field, having published 11 conferences papers in the areas of systems change in the past 10 years.
LEAP Consulting is a small (yet mighty) team of consultants, and each consultant will support projects based on client needs.
Born and raised in Miami, FL, Milora has ventured out to the west coast to pursue her career in work related to data analytics and data visualization. She holds an MPH in Epidemiology and has a background in research, data management and evaluation.
Coming from a multi-cultural upbringing, her passion is to educate and translate research findings to various audiences. She believes that data is universal and should be translatable for all whether it be through reports or engaging visualization.
Piper Grandjean Targos
Piper developed a love of the outdoors and evaluation at the University of Wyoming. Since then, her passion for evaluation has led her work as an external evaluator helping nonprofits achieve their social impact goals and building their capacity to engage in effective evaluations.
She is currently a doctoral student in Evaluation & Applied Research Methods at Claremont Graduate University. Her interests include performance management and dashboard designs, powerful data visualization techniques, and employing systems thinking to community change initiatives.
Sandra is a social worker turned researcher, evaluator, and nonprofit management guru. She has worked on a wide variety of issue areas such as education, youth development, social-emotional learning, philanthropy and policy and systems change.
Sandra, a native of the Midwest, has a Master of Social Work (MSW) from the University of Michigan and a Master of Nonprofit Management (MNM) from DePaul University. Her interests include triangulating data and information to drive decision-making and making data simple and accessible to a wide-range of audiences.