Khurram Hassan, Managing Partner, MPH | | 404.213.9825
Khurram brings more than a decade of local and statewide program development, grant writing/management, implementation, and evaluation experience to the table. A former Director of Community Impact at United Way of Greater Atlanta, he managed a multi-million grantee portfolio and also provided evaluation training and technical assistance. Khurram has diverse background in the following areas: HIV Prevention and Planning, Adolescent Sexual Health, Adolescent Medical Clinic Management, HIV Support Group Planning, Evaluation Training and Technical Assistance, Data Collection and Management, Community Level Data Analysis, Organizing and Managing Community/Subject Expert Advisory Boards, Aging and Disability Services Planning, Behavioral Health Services Planning, Homeless Outreach Coordination, Disaster Planning, Proposal Development (Foundations / Federal Agencies). He holds an MPH from Emory University and is a member of both the Atlanta and National Evaluation Associations.
Chris Allers, Partner, PhD | | 404.508.1813
Chris Allers, former Executive Vice President of the Georgia Center for Nonprofits and Senior Consultant of the Nonprofit Consulting Group, received his Doctorate in Counseling (Georgia State University, 1993) and has excelled as a nonprofit professional for more than 30 years. He has performed a variety of roles in the nonprofit sector including executive director, “funder,” researcher and independent consultant.
Dr. Allers served as the Executive Vice President at United Way of Metropolitan Atlanta from 2003-09 and helped launch the 2-1-1 system across the nation between 1999 and 2002. He is founder of Positive Impact, Inc. (the nation’s first HIV mental health services organization- which merged with AID Gwinnett to become Positive Impact Health Centers) and founding Executive Director and Board President of Pathways Community Network (Georgia’s former statewide homeless management information system). He is also the founding Executive Director of Crossroads Community Ministries.
Chris has a distinguished professional record in nonprofit management including delivery of training and consulting in the areas of executive coaching and leadership development, organizational/board development, program measurement and evaluation, results-based accountability/strategic planning, data management and technology systems, organizational change management and nonprofit resource development.
He is a nationally recognized trainer, having delivered more than 40 key note addresses, conference presentations, and national workshops. In the past 20 years, he has conducted over 200 trainings across Georgia. He is the recipient of the Facilitation Impact "Gold" Award from the Southeast Association of Facilitators (2003).
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