Not For Profit Consulting
Nick ran Not For Profits in the US and UK for 22 years before setting up his own consultancy business in 2023, notably CTVC in London https://www.ctvc.co.uk/ and Odyssey Impact in New York https://www.odyssey-impact.org/ which he ran from 2009 to 2022.
Nick specializes in revitalizing and reinventing organizations, leading companies through strategic reviews, from planning to implementation to deliver mission in a dynamic and impactful way that energizes staff and partners alike.
Nick has extensive experience of working with not for profits with for profit company subsidiaries and is at home in both the for profit and not for profit worlds. Working with philanthropy teams he has raised over $6million in the last ten years, creating new products, building partnership networks and measuring impact for funders and boards.
Commitment to Social Justice:
Using the power of media and storytelling he has helped inspire workforces and bring new audiences to their work. One of his proudest achievements was to be being invited by a European Union initiative to lead peacekeepers in Iraq, Lebanon and Syria in a workshop in Beirut on the power of storytelling. )I have pictures) .
We all have stories – now what story shall we tell together to change the world ?
— REV. Dr James Wind,
Former Chair, Odyssey Impact
When I was the CEO of the Tanenbaum Center for Interreligious Understanding, we partnered with Odyssey Networks and its CEO Nick Stuart to bring Odyssey programming to our networks. The programming he spearheaded enhanced our impact and capacity to promote interfaith dialogue and collaboration. Our collaboration gave me the opportunity to see how Nick strategically built Odyssey with creativity, collaboration, and smart leadership – all dedicated to the pursuit of social justice and the greater good. A strong leader, Nick has dedicated his work to creating a more just future for all.
CEO Emeritus, Tanenbaum Center for Interreligious Education
As a Speaker and Workshop Leader:
Never less than captivating, he provided concrete and specific information, skills and perspectives that every one of the twenty participants could take away to enrich their programmes. The participants loved him and were delighted to have such expert coaching on hand, while also feeling they had made a supportive new friend.
Founder, “Lokahi” Storytelling workshop for Peace Leaders in the Middle East