Empower Success Corps (ESC) – an organization dedicated to helping nonprofits in New England succeed – recently celebrated its 35th anniversary with an event at the Larz Anderson Auto Museum in Brookline. Julie Crockford, a Jamaica Plain resident and ESC’s executive director for the past two years, welcomed attendees including past and present clients, consultants and other key influencers in the nonprofit world. “In the past three and a half decades, we have helped over 2,000 nonprofits operate more effectively to meet the needs of their communities,” said Crockford. “We’re happy to be here tonight to celebrate this milestone but we couldn’t do this without the hard work and dedication of our incredibly brilliant consultants.”
Through consulting, talent-matching, and professional development programs, ESC helps nonprofits build capacity by matching organizations with experienced, dedicated and caring professionals at a highly affordable rate. “What makes us unique is the quality of our talent and their ability to share their wisdom.