Below are example areas of support most often requested by my clients. If you are interested in other areas of support, drop me a line, myself or a team member may be able to connect you with a reliable, trusted partner.
Objectives and Key Results
Assessment and Evaluation
Governance and Leadership
Systems and Infrastructure
Frequently Asked Questions
What industry do you specialize In?
I take pride in my ability to learn the fundamentals of virtually any industry or technology quickly. Some of the markets I have served include human services, education, youth services, philanthropy, arts and culture, and environment nonprofit and educational institutions. Having said that, I believe that the value we bring to the table is not industry expertise — which you already possess in abundance — but rather an understanding of the tools and strategies that help organizations reach new levels of effectiveness.
What’s the quick rundown on what you do, again?
I provide consulting services, which means I help companies to identify, explore, and solve problems. The end-goal is to help the client understand and improve its position, in terms of evaluating their impact, developing systems and infrastructure, and strengthening leadership and governance.
How do you work?
I prefer to keep things simple and straightforward:
We start with an initial consultation. This is a free, brief meeting in which we learn about each other and I get a deeper picture of your situation.
If there’s mutual interest, we work together to scope out a project.
After that, we execute the standard paperwork and get started.
I'd like to move forward, how do i start?
Glad to hear it. Contact me to get started.
I look forward to hearing from you.
About Kelvin F. Alfaro
Mr. Alfaro carries 10-years of experience in grantmaking, philanthropy, and strategic planning as well as 7-years in youth and disability services. He holds a strong affinity for measurable outcomes and sharp analytical skills to ensure sound business decisions that mirror and reflect the mission and goals of the organization. He is formally trained through Fresno State’s Craig School MBA program, Fresno State Humanics nonprofit leadership & management program, and completed two undergraduate degrees in psychology and sociology.
Organizations & People I’ve Worked With
I had the privilege to work alongside Kelvin to build the organizational infrastructure of a local nonprofit with great outcomes including systems and infrastructure of the organizationKatie Kellett
Throughout the project, Kelvin demonstrated mastery of assessment practices that supported the organization in learning and development.Matthew Jendian
Kelvin brings a keen insight, evidence-based decision-making and culturally sensitive framework to each project and effort-and, this makes him an invaluable resource for community benefit organizations.Don R. Simmons