ParenteBeard has reorganized its nonprofit consulting affiliate Dewey & Kaye, further integrating it into the accounting firm.
The executive search and transition services previously offered by Dewey & Kaye for nonprofit clients on Tuesday became part of ParenteBeard’s human resources consulting and administration affiliate company, Vantagen. Nonprofit consulting services such as strategic and financial consulting will be handled by ParenteBeard’s newly formed consulting group. The reorganization will enable the firm to further serve clients with additional consulting services. ParenteBeard’s newly formed consulting group will provide various services while working with the public sector and senior living groups on different client needs.
“Combining forces with Vantagen allows us to build on the passion and commitment to leadership development in the nonprofit sector that we have demonstrated for the past 12 years, as we now can also offer the full complement of human resource consulting and administration services that Vantagen’s team of expert professionals have been providing since 1997,” said Dewey & Kaye partner Todd Owens, who will lead the effort to expand the firm’s executive search and transition services as part of Vantagen. “We believe we can better position ourselves as a true partner within all areas of human resources to our nonprofit clients.”
Dewey & Kaye has provided consulting and executive search services to nonprofits, foundations, community collaborative organizations and government agencies in Pennsylvania and Ohio for over 22 years.
“This strategic change continues to enrich and differentiate our position as a trusted nonprofit consulting advisor,” said Dewey & Kaye principal Kate Dewey. “We are thrilled to be part of ParenteBeard, and recognize this as a great opportunity to grow and evolve as we continue providing clients with a wide variety of consulting services. This is a true example of our commitment to provide exceptional client service.”
While some of Dewey & Kaye's services will now be handled by Vantagen, strategic and financial consulting for nonprofits will be handled by ParenteBeard’s newly formed consulting group.
“The creation of this consulting group will significantly heighten the value and depth of the services we offer our clients,” said partner Mark Ross, who will lead ParenteBeard’s consulting practice. “The combination of our expertise will continue to strengthen our strategic development, planning, strategic alliances, financial sustainability and evaluation services.”
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