Our Team Andrew Selcke Consultant, Integrated Initiatives Email Andrew Uniting stakeholders for better strategy, process, and communication Andrew believes in the power of our collective humanity and diversity of lived experiences to create equitable and fair organizational, economic, and political structures. Whether partnering with corporations, foundations, or nonprofits, he envisions a social sector where all actors are not only strong, but unified across a common aim to fortify and maintain a just and civil society. At TCC Group, Andrew supports clients and grantees as a grantmaking coordinator, communicator, project manager, process expert, and relationship-builder. Equally creative, analytical, and versatile, Andrew studies issue areas closely and adapts to effectively meet the needs of many different clients and stakeholders. In the past he has supported organizations in areas including reproductive health, environmental justice, drug policy reform, and the performing arts. Additionally, as a member of TCC Group’s internal communications team, Andrew participates in infrastructure support and programming that contribute to a healthier, more synchronized firm culture. At TCC Group: The Reunion Project: Andrew supports the strategic transition of The Reunion Project, a start-up nonprofit dedicated to honoring the voices and lived experiences of long-time HIV survivors through town halls in cities across the country. Partnering with the project team on a strategic roadmap for the next phase of The Reunion Project’s organizational life, Andrew helps to craft goals and strategic deliverables around the organization’s structure and development strategy. ViiV Healthcare: Andrew supports ViiV Healthcare’s community giving portfolios and learning communities through grantmaking operations, data collection and analysis, reporting tools, and general process efficiency. Core Capacity Assessment Tool (CCAT): Andrew supports clients by interpreting aggregated data from the CCAT, the industry-leading organizational assessment tool that nonprofits use to identify capacity-building opportunities and build a clear, sustainable path forward. As an extension of this work, Andrew supports the research and development of Relational Capacity—defined as the ability of an organization to understand its ecosystem and adapt as it evolves—to supplement and build upon TCC Group’s current capacity-building tools and services. Andrew is also tasked with building and maintaining a network of internal and external stakeholders to position and strengthen the capacity-building work he supports. Before TCC Group: Strategic Philanthropy, Ltd.: Andrew provided comprehensive philanthropic advisory services to clients at the boutique, high-touch firm. As part of the program team for two family-foundation clients, Andrew carried out financial and programmatic reviews of grantee partners, submitted funding recommendation reports, and oversaw the integrity of the grants management system, impact data collection, and reporting tools. UCAN: Andrew supported UCAN, one of Chicago’s largest and oldest social services agencies, in a range of fundraising, marketing, finance, and communications capacities. His contributions included working as a part of the development team to implement individual and institutional funding strategies and collaborating with the finance team to reconcile and report revenue. He also created regular external client communications and led the annual Toy Drive, providing operational support across all of the agency’s programs. Education: Columbia University, Columbia Business School MBA Northwestern University BM, Music Board Service: Young Leaders Fund at the Chicago Community Trust (Past) Co-Chair, Arts and Culture Committee UCAN Auxiliary Board (Past) Co-Chair Insights & Perspectives A Nonprofit Balancing Act: The Precipice or Solid Ground?