Catalpa Partners LLC – Analysis Planning Collaboration Transformation
Catalpa Partners, LLC is a consulting practice that strives to assist organizations, tribes and communities in creating transformative and collaborative strategies for growth and success.
When social, community, and environmental values are paramount, we can help to untie the knots that prevent organizations from getting where they need to be. We bring together the combined skills of our principals to find unique solutions to organizational challenges, using creative approaches that grow out of our foundational expertise.
Our core competency areas include:
strategic problem solving
building creative partnerships
coaching and team building
staff and board development
broadband communication technologies
Catalpa Partners is located in the historic, beautifully restored Art Deco-style ‘Self Help Building’ in downtown Asheville, North Carolina – the center of the Southern Appalachian Mountains.
34 Wall Street, Ste 707 Asheville NC 28801 828-318-5288 For more information: Catalpa Partners
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