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  • 1. 813-857-7657 (Tampa Office) 443-478-9483 (Baltimore Office) MIKECONSULTANT@GMAIL.COM WE STRENGTHEN ORGANIZATIONS THAT STRENGTHEN COMMUNITIES One 6 year old child and on brush can be the start of rebuilding a community.
  • 2. MISSION The National Institute for Strategic and Tactical Planning's Mission is to provide innovative, practical, and top-quality products and services that save time and improve the way non-profits operate.
  • 3. ABOUT THE FOUNDER • Born and raised in the poverty- stricken Sandtown Community of Baltimore, Mr.. Randolph has specialized in community strategic comprehensive planning for distressed communities for over 20 years. • His first introduction to community building was in early 1980 when he was hired as a community organizer. From there he advanced to a community strategist/program developer designing comprehensive solutions for urban distressed neighborhoods. • He has been an integral part of assisting in designing and implementing national models in economic development, workforce development, public safety community building, health, and organizational development. • As a leading consultant, he has served on national panels that discuss lessons learned in community development that included: The White Conference on lessons learned in the empowerment zone, John Hopkins University rebuilding neighborhoods, Woodbore redesigning neighborhoods, The Enterprise Foundation Comprehensive Planning. • He has provided technical assistance to over 150 non profits in Florida, and Maryland.
  • 4. SPECIALIZED SERVICES  Grant Writing/Workshops  Business Proposal/Workshops  Program and Project Development (Public safety, youth, affordable housing, economic development, and heath)  Community Organizing/Mobilizing/Community Buy-In  Community Mapping/Community Building  Community Strategic and Tactical Planning  Preparation of 501(c)(3)  Board Training and Development  Non-Profit Development (All phrases)  Social Entrepreneur (Earn-Income)  Government Procurement – small to large businesses  Community Development/Planning
  • 5. GRANT PROPOSAL WORKSHOPS Workshop includes: • How to prepare Government, Corporation, Foundation, and other types of grant proposals • How to do research for funding and qualitative and quantitative support • How to prepare RFP’s, RFQ’s, concept papers, and letters of intent • Learn the technical language used by grant writers and funders Mr. Randolph experience and skills has resulted in non- profits receiving millions of dollars. The largest grant that is work on was the Baltimore Empowerment Zone in which the City was awarded 100 million dollars. Mr. Randolph also has extensive work in evaluating grants as a grant evaluator Providing an overview of grant writing strategies to University of South Florida Graduate Class - 2007 Teaching Grant Writing to a group of non profits and small businesses in Baltimore, Maryland - 2010
  • 6. PROFESSIONAL BUSINESS PROPOSAL WORKSHOPS Workshop includes: • Market Analysis and Market Strategy • Financial Analysis and Forecast • Competition Analysis • Management and Company Profile • Service and Product • Business Analysis • Loan Application • Social Venture Capital (non- profits) Classes on how to prepare a business plan for start up businesses Mr. Randolph has assisted over 70 businesses in developing there business plan.
  • 7. PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT • Program Design • Implementation • Operation • Coordination • Logic Model • Evaluation • Funding Workshop on program economic development to non profits in the Tampa Bay Area Workshop on program evaluation to non profits in the Tampa Bay Area
  • 8. COMMUNITY BUILDING • Community Mapping • Community Organizing and Mobilizing • Enhancing Organization Infrastructure • Community Asset Building • Organizational Development and Management Models Providing technical support to the West Tampa CDC and the community in the area of strategic planning Providing technical support to the Progress Village Civic Association in the area of strategic planning
  • 9.                                COMMUNITY COMPREHENSIVE                            PLANNING • Strategic Planning (5 and 10  years) • Tactical Approaches • Logic Model • Lessons Learned/Best  Practices • Social Entrepreneurship  Discussing with a national group of community practitioners best practices on community building. (panelist with other national experts at the White House Conference on The Federal Empowerment Zone) Right Picture: Advising Board of Director of West Tampa CDC on Progress of Economic Development Work Plan. Left Picture : Working with the Progress Village Civic Group in developing their 10 year action plan.)
  • 10.                          WORKING WITH FOUDATION                           AND CORPORATIONS • Connecting foundations,  corporations and institutions of  higher learning to communities. • Providing technical support to  foundations, corporations,  community intermediaries,  government agencies and other  entities servicing the community. Discussing with the late Jim Rouse of the Enterprise Foundation strategies on community empowerment during a PBS national taping of best practices (picture right) and providing input to LISC and other community development corporations in the Tampa Bay area during a “Think Tank” discussion on the future of CDC’s. Discussing New Market Credits and Social Entrepreneur with national lenders and investors in Miami.
  • 11. Organizational Development • Methods of collecting data • Leadership Training • Membership Building • Methods of Decision Making • Board of Director Training • Community Assessment • SWOT Analysis Discussing Strategies on Board Development with West Tampa CDC Directors Meeting with affordable housing developers to discuss methods of collecting data and decision making.
  • 12. PROVIDING SERVICES TO THE  FOLLOWING ENTITIES Partnering with Corporate America (State Farm) to provide paint and manpower to paint the outside of a church. Partnering with Corporate America (State Farm) to Provide computers for a computer lab for a non profit.     Community and Faith based organizations      Local and national foundations and corporations     Government Agencies      Other entities servicing the community     Small Businesses
  • 13.                 LET US SERVE YOU • We tailor our services to met your needs. Our services include “document preparation” to “how to do workshops” 813-857-7657 The University of South Florida Collaborative for Children, Families and Communities' Certificate Course in Community Real Estate Development (CRED) Class of 2007 and 2010.
  • 14. List of Organizations Receiving Technical Assistance • National Alliance on Mental Illness • Florence Villa/Beasley OAK Civic Association • University Community Ministries, Inc.Emmanuel Cathedral Church- Left Tutoring • Tampa Housing Authority • New Salem Ministries • Wimauma Citizens Improvement League • New Bethel MB Church • USF –Upward Bound Program • The Ministry of Jericho • Spirit of Tenth Ministry • Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office • National Council of Negro Woman – Tampa Branch • Mable Kids Outreach • Vocational Rehab – USF • First University Seventh Day Adventist Church • First Baptist Church of College hill • Florida Department of Correction • C.L. Kennedy Community Center • Mount SINAII A.M.E.Z CHRUCH • New Bethel MB Church • Blessed Hope Bible College • The Charelles, Inc. • Health Education Business Association, Inc. • Ethiopian Community Association of Tampa bay, Inc. • 100 Black men of Tampa bay • National MBA Association • Sun coast Earth Force • Teach Reading to Youth, Inc. • DACCO • Mt Zion Progressive • ASALH Tampa Bay Coast African American Chamber • R.E.S.C.U.E • Living In Christ Ministry • S.I.S.T.U.H.S, Inc. • Arts Foundation • Prospemty Agency • Mediharmle Orthodox Church • The Community Family Life Center • Women of Pride, Inc. • United State Tennis Association • Council of American Islamic Relationship • COACH Foundation • Elks of the World • The Tampa Bay Black Heritage Festival, Inc. • Urban CSA FARMS • Good Samaritan Outreach Center • St. Peters Claver School • Faith Cathedral, Inc. • GZL Educational Foundation • Murphy’s Child Development Center • Joyce’s F.C.CH. • Middleton High School • RTJ Foundation • Homeless Collations of Hillsborough County • Re-Entry Co-Operative of America • Eugen Bryant & Associates • America Caner Society • Computer Mentors • Black Caucus of Pasco County • Florida Head Start • West Tampa Community Development Corporation