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Olivia Ensley

Associate Consultant, Integrated Initiatives

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Leveraging administrative support and commitment to social change for organizational efficiency

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.”—Margaret Mead

Olivia’s passion for serving others guides her work assisting colleagues and partners in advancing change across the nonprofit sector. With experience addressing issues that affect low-income communities, women, queer communities, and youth, she brings enthusiasm and dedication to thinking critically about how TCC Group can work towards creating equity for all.

Olivia has worked at numerous nonprofit organizations, including the United Way of Central Arkansas, the Women’s Shelter of Central Arkansas, and the food justice ministries program at First Congregational Church in Memphis, Tennessee.

Olivia draws from her diverse background to coordinate scheduling, provide administrative support, and direct troubleshooting efforts for TCC Group. Staff rely on Olivia’s calm and steady hand to keep projects on track, maintain operational efficiencies, and communicate effectively with internal and external stakeholders. She is a trusted team member who’s motivated by TCC’s goals and eager to help achieve them.

At TCC Group:
  • Administrative support
  • Travel management
  • Time management
  • Troubleshooting
  • Client logistics support and outreach
Before TCC Group:
  • AmeriCorps Vista—New York City Department of Education Office of Community Schools: Olivia mentored and coached 20 youth leaders at two partner schools in Queens and Brooklyn, implementing projects related to student engagement, culture, campus beautification, and anti-bullying. She worked closely with students to help them deliver presentations to school staff that outlined practical steps for increased youth involvement. With limited resources, Olivia backed students in several efforts including an anti-bullying campaign and a peer mentoring program, all of which sought to improve the overall climate of the schools in a short period of time.
  • United Way of Central Arkansas: Performing fundraising and marketing functions for the United Way office, Olivia interviewed staff and clients for biweekly articles on how the organization advanced community changes in health, education, and financial stability, among other areas. Her contributions helped generate community awareness and support for a variety of United Way services, improving the impact and quantity of ongoing monetary donations. In addition, Olivia fundraised via door-to-door engagement, coordinated the organization’s annual auctioning gala, and assisted in grant evaluations by visiting partner sites and reviewing grant applications.
  • Hendrix College
    • BA, Sociology
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