“The world does not need a better definition of issues, or better planning or project management. It needs the issues and the plans to have more of an impact, which is the promise of engagement.” - Peter Block
Elevate your engagement
Not all community engagement is created equal. A rigid process doesn't hold up very well when needs change. Engagement that's superficial in nature leads to status quo results. And drawn-out processes provide insights when it's too late to take action on them. These approaches miss opportunities to move your mission forward. New Reach Community Consulting designs agile, responsive, and practical engagement solutions to help your organization move the needle on important causes.
- Stakeholder Outreach and Community Engagement
Public Awareness and Issue Advocacy
Messaging and Communications
New Reach also has the technology and know-how to engage with groups and communities virtually. Check out this full-scale virtual whiteboard, which is just one example of New Reach's capabilities to deliver interactive experiences to groups working remotely.
New Reach Community Consulting is a minority-owned and purpose-driven small business based in Columbus, OH. Its mission is to help organizations engage with communities to improve the quality of life for the people they serve. New Reach provides strategic guidance and tactical implementation of important causes for the following organizations:
Coby C. Williams is Founder and Principal of New Reach Community Consulting. He is a strategist and practitioner that brings you over 15 years of expertise in community engagement, group facilitation, issue advocacy strategy, and digital outreach planning. He has partnered with organizations throughout Ohio to help move forward local, state, and national initiatives. Coby was selected to participate in the Direct Action Research and Training (DART) Center for grassroots community organizing. He holds a certification in agile project management. Coby also has a professional certificate in design thinking and human-centered design for the social sector. He earned an Associate of Applied Business degree in Computer Information Systems from Cincinnati State Technical and Community College and a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Resources Management from Franklin University.