Alisa Klein Consulting
Organizational development for values-based non-profits
What we do:
Alisa Klein Consulting provides management, programmatic, and organizational development services to values-based non-profit organizations working on social justice issues. Alisa specializes in the fields of international policy and peacebuilding, criminal justice, interpersonal violence prevention, and public health. Her work is undergirded by a deep awareness of, and willingness to grapple with, the ways in which race, class, gender inequality, and other social, political, and cultural inequities affect our communities. Alisa Klein Consulting wants to help your organization become stronger, more focused, and as impactful as it possibly can be.
Areas of specialization:
- Program development, management, and delivery
- Public policy analysis, advocacy, and strategic planning
- Development of cross-disciplinary collaborative relationships for the advancement of social and policy change
- Organizational assessment, strategic planning to move organizations forward in the accomplishment of their mission and goals, capacity building, and reorganization
- Development and roll-out of communications and media strategies
- Research and writing of reports, grant proposals, articles, web-based content, and other knowledge products; editing and copy-editing services
- Meeting, retreat, and conference planning and facilitation
- Alisa is also a trained mediator with experience working in the fields of restorative and transformative justice
Who is Alisa Klein?
Who are some of Alisa Klein Consulting's past clients?
- The Division of Violence Prevention at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- International Women's Peace Service
- Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers
- National Sexual Violence Resource Center
- Louisiana Foundation Against Sexual Assault
- Rape Crisis Center of Central Massachusetts
- Iraqi Children's Art Exchange
What are some of the research and writing projects Alisa Klein has completed?
- Sexual Violence in Disasters: A Planning Guide for Prevention and Response, published by the National Sexual Violence Resource Center
- Working with Survivors of Sexual Assault in Latino Communities, a training module for the Rape Crisis Center of Central Massachusetts and Jane Doe, Inc. – The MA Coalition against Sexual Assault and Domestic
- A Reasoned Approach: Reshaping Sex Offender Policy to Prevent Child Sexual Abuse (April, 2011). Co-authored with Joan Tabachnick of DSM Consulting. Published by the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers and funded by the Ms. Foundation for Women
- "Preventing sexual violence demands creative thinking," (March, 2011). In The Resource, National Sexual Violence Resource Center
- "A bridge linking the Gaza Strip to the West Bank?" first published in The Other Front: Alternative Analysis of the Israel-Palestine Conflict, a weekly online journal of the Alternative Information Center.
- The Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act of 2006: Context, History, Analysis and Opportunities for Advocacy. Presentation for NJATSA.
- Using Policies to Promote Child Sexual Abuse Prevention: An Interview with Alisa Klein, podcast from VAWnet: The National Online Resource Center on Violence Against Women.