As the Chief Operating Officer for a small nonprofit, Shaunacy realized many companies and nonprofits would benefit from COO to operationalize a strategic vision on a daily basis, but few organizations have the luxury of making a dedicated hire with the supporting staff to implement the operations roadmap. As Founder and President of Webster Consulting Group, Shaunacy provides small to medium size organizations with fractional COO support and a seasoned team of experts to establish and integrate the functional areas of operations to translate growth goals into reality.
Shaunacy holds B.A. from Ohio Dominican University in Psychology with a concentration in Business Administration and M.A. from New York Institute of Technology in Communications with a specialization in Public Relations and Advertising. She has experience working within Fortune 500, top educational and research, an internationally recognized science center, an international corporate training company, and community nonprofit organizations, including Nationwide, The RAND Corporation, The Ohio State University, Mindleaders, COSI, Columbus Montessori Education Center and Chabad Columbus - Home to LifeTown. She is co-author of the Stop to Live curriculum - the only prescription drug education initiative for children with special needs. She speaks on topics related to interactive education and training and believes learning should be fun.
Combining her elite experience as an environmental and natural resources educator with Yellowstone National Park and the Franklin Park Conservatory with managerial, operations, databases and systems experience, Amy is our “go to” for creating workflows and processes in support our non-profit partner growth projects.
Amy holds a Bachelor of Science in Environment and Natural Resources, with a focus on education and communication. She loves taking selfies and calling her Mom from atop mountains across the Nation and then coming home to her cats. She enjoys gardening and crafts.
Human Resources & Performance Coaching Guru
Kim Anderson offers 30 years of experience as a human resources practitioner and consultant within corporate and non-profit organizations. She brings extensive experience working within a technology environment, along with leadership and staff development, executive coaching, organizational design and assisting with internal/external communications to enhance workplace effectiveness, support collaborative teams, and build skills to drive success within the organization.
Kim received her Master of Science degree in Counseling from the University of Dayton and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, with concentrations in Economics and Insurance, from Indiana State University. A member and volunteer leader of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), Kim has worked at both the local and state level in elected and appointed positions. She holds the Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) designation from the Human Resource Certification Institute and is certified by the Society for Human Resource Management as a SHRM-Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP).
Strategic Communicator & Resident Wordsmith
After spending over a decade as a college professor, and some time in agency life, Emily built a successful career as a wordsmith. From ghostwriting for Fortune 250 CEOs and nonprofit Executive Directors to developing corporate messaging and political speechwriting, she has a knack for authentic and compelling communication. Whatever it is, Emily has the words.
Emily is a former board member of the Ashland County Community Foundation and current board member of 1girl. She started her own nonprofit, Remember the Ladies, an organization dedicated to helping teachers and school districts teach more representative and inclusive histories to young girls and women. She also serves as the faculty-in-residence for the John Glenn College of Public Affairs NEW Leadership program at The Ohio State University and faculty for Rochester Institute of Technology’s Center for Statesmanship, Law, and Liberty. Emily is a regular volunteer at The Women’s Fund of Central Ohio.
Emily received her M.A. and Ph.D from Case Western Reserve University in American History. Her work has appeared in Time magazine and newspapers across the nation.
Compliance, Policies, & Procedures Advisor
Alicia joins our team with an extensive background in early childhood education, government policy, and ongoing professional development. She is a passionate advocate of social service, with over 18 years experience. She collaborates and assists clients in the authoring of various business-related policies and procedures.
Alicia holds a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology with core coursework in Early Childhood Education from Capital University.
She enjoys gardening in the sunshine, snuggling her pets, cooking, and crafts. Most of all, she treasures experiencing the world anew each day with her two young daughters.
Communications & Operations Manager
Halle brings significant nonprofit operations experience in social media, communications/marketing, and development from her tenures with Pelotonia, the Heritage Foundation, and the Ashbrook Center. With a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and History, she adds a versatile skill set to assist WCG clients with research and writing projects.
Outside of work, Halle is a foodie and loves experimenting in the kitchen with healthy recipes. She enjoys traveling, a lovely novel, and a good cup of coffee on a Sunday morning.
Lisa brings diverse experience in digital and print communications, grassroots advocacy, and research for Fortune 500 companies, small businesses, nonprofit organizations, and political campaigns. Lisa is a mental health advocate and works hard to break the stigma surrounding mental illness.
Lisa's Bachelor of Arts in History with a minor in Business Administration is from Bethel University and her Master of Arts in Applied Politics is from the University of Akron.
Outside of work, Lisa loves coffee and Cleveland sports and enjoys quiet nights in with her husband and cats.