Alexandra brings a breadth and depth of experience unique to the field of nonprofit
    governance and management. Her belief is that mission-based operations excel only if top
    notch business practices guide the leadership.  

    Focus on strong underpinnings - including current governance documents, a strategic plan,
    a business plan, energetic and smart leadership, and a proactive board - and fiscal,
    operational, programmatic, and mission excellence thrive.

    Clients are interested in a range of relationships, term-specific projects, start-up operations,
    interim management, change management, and other constructs.  Call or email to discuss
    your thoughts and needs.  

    The firm will give you exemplary skills, experience, standards, networks and
    accomplishments, associates with top expertise and track records if the work calls for it and,
    always, focused outcomes, integrity, best practices, cost-effectiveness and timeliness.  


       Governance, Finance and Grants Management
             Create and Update Governance Documents, soup to nuts
    Strategic Resource and Operations Planning
    Grant Analyses, Awarding and Oversight
    Fund raising and Grants Solicitation
    Writing for Internal and External Audiences
    Process, Procedure and Policy Development

    Arts and Humanities Management and Analyses
    Historic Properties, Museums, Agencies
    Governance and Bylaws
    Communications, Marketing and Outreach
    Board and Meeting Facilitation
    American Association of Museums Accreditation Management
    Institutional and Resource Strategic Analysis
    Building Community and Collaboration
    Capacity Building
    Strategic Plans and Business Plans

          Harvard Kennedy School, Master of Public Administration
          University of Pennsylvania, American Civilization, Master of Arts
          Connecticut College, Bachelor of Arts
Alexandra Rollins Associates               Overview
Photographic credits
Right: Horace Pippin,
Man on a Bench, 1946, oil on canvas.  Internship, Brandywine Museum of Art.
Left top:  Joe Nicoletti, Adriatic Sea, Otranto, Italy, 2008, oil on canvas.  Client Bates College Museum of Art.  
Photo, Nicoletti.
Left bottom:  The Buttery, The Oaks House Museum, Jackson, Mississippi.  Client:: The National Society of The
Colonial Dames of America.  Photo, Rollins.

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