Resurgens Impact Consulting

Resurgens Impact Consulting provides an array of consulting services to the nonprofit and public sectors to help make social justice-oriented impacts.

Founded in 2015, Resurgens Impact Consulting (RIC) is a collaborative of nonprofit experts who work to connect ideas to funding and strengthen nonprofits’ leadership.


 

Our Mission: We activate our clients’ potential for transformative social progress and healing by strategically connecting them with resources, partners, and effective models.

 

Our Vision: RIC envisions a world where social service organizations have access to resources, and are empowered to meet the needs of communities they serve and nurture a just, equitable society.

 

  BETTY BARNARD, MNPO

BETTY BARNARD, MNPO

Betty's personal mission is to grow the capacity of organizations and systems to meet the needs of underserved communities. She has worked with many nonprofit organizations and government agencies to increase their capacity through fundraising, program development, evaluation, and board development. Betty has over nine years of experience in the nonprofit and public sector. She has worked on nearly 100 grant proposals netting over $19 million in federal grants and private foundation funds. Betty’s expertise includes federal grants and cooperative agreements in the areas of health, human services, and criminal justice. Betty earned a Bachelor’s in French Studies from Smith College, and is a graduate of The University of Georgia’s Master’s of Nonprofit Organizations and Women’s Studies Graduate Certificate programs. She is a member of Junior League of Atlanta and is the President of the Smith College Alumnae Club of Atlanta. Betty enjoys exploring Atlanta’s arts and music scenes, coffee shops, and jogging and biking trails. For additional details and qualifications please see www.linkedin.com/in/bettybarnard.

 

  IRENE TURNER, LMSW

IRENE TURNER, LMSW

Irene is a Georgia native and loves working with local and southern progressive nonprofits. With a background in Philosophy and a 2013 graduate of UGA’s Masters of Social Work program (macro tract), Irene has volunteered and served on a variety of committees and nonprofit boards in Georgia. With a passion for macro change, Irene brings grantwriting and strategic planning expertise to RIC. Areas of interest: Reproductive Health, Criminal Justice reform, violence/victimization prevention, and LGBTQ & southern centered strategies of change. For additional details and qualifications please see www.linkedin.com/in/irenebturner.