Our experiences and interests are diverse, but the common thread is helping people and organizations in practical, tangible ways.
Establishing processes, internal organizational structure, supply chain logistics, partnerships, and professional training and development opportunities for a medical clinic in a developing country.
Organizing and solving logistical challenges for international disaster relief teams.
Coordinating teams and facilitating communication across community sectors in support of a collaborative urban education project to connect at-risk students with resources.
Facilitating and supporting evaluation of grant programs and development of strategic plans for non-profit organizations in the arts and education fields.
Building a team of the right people in the right positions to maximize their strengths and allow an company to flourish.
Coordinating outreach strategy for a creative design agency focused on learning and positive leadership content development.
Copy editing technical reports, evaluations, non-profit strategic plans, proposals, and other written content.
Transcribing interviews from the field for inclusion in news releases or as research data.
Bringing projects to life and empowering organizations to have the best possible impact on their slice of the world: this is what we're about.
Kim Conrad // Founder // Director of Operations and Strategy
- B.S. in Aviation Technology, Purdue University
- M.A. in Theological Studies, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
- Thesis Project: Effectivity of International Short-Term Missions
- FAA Commercial Pilot / Certified Flight Instructor / Airframe & Powerplant Mechanic
- American Red Cross Certified Lifeguard
- PADI Certified Open Water Diver
- Holder of a Ouray Colorado Public Library Card
1. the branch of mechanics concerned with the motion of bodies under the action of forces.
a. the branch of any science in which forces or changes are considered.
2. the forces or properties that stimulate growth, development, or change within a system or process.
Origin: Early 19th century (as a term in physics): from French dynamique, from Greek dunamikos, from dunamis ‘power.’