About Mason Consulting Group
"Without proper planning most small non-profits will never grow to the point of fulfilling their mission."
MASON CONSULTING GROUP (MCG). The Mason Consulting Group was established in 1986. MCG is a full-service consulting firm specializing in non-profit and small business development. MCG has built a portfolio of qualified consultants with more than 50 collective years of business and non-profit experience to service your needs. MCG provides consulting services in the areas of board development and training, capacity building, strategic planning, executive coaching and fund development. MCG has developed strategic plans for municipalities, large community-based organizations, and smaller grass root agencies. Much of our work is done at the request of funders including Lilly Endowment, Inc., Local Initiative Support Corp. (LISC), United Way of Central Indiana, and the Indiana Youth Institute.
MCG has provided business consulting services to the 1987 Pan American Games for minority business development, the Indiana Small Business Development Corporation and Indianapolis Minority Business Development Center.
Executive Consultant Team
Daryl L. Mason is President of the Mason Consulting Group (MCG).
Sandra K. Ziebold is a Consulting Partner of the Mason Consulting Group (MCG).
Joe Gaafar is a Consulting Partner of the Mason Consulting Group (MCG).
Martha Bulluck is a Consulting Partner of the Mason Consulting Group (MCG).
Linda Diakite Karressy is a Consulting Partner of the Mason Consulting Group (MCG).
Mission, Values & Vision
Mason Consulting Group Mission Statement
To help organizations effectively plan, implement and evaluate their mission.
Mason Consulting Group Values Statement
The Mason Consulting Group is committed to the principles of integrity, transparency and compassion to help our clients become better organizations and people.
Mason Consulting Group Vision Statement
As a result of our services, businesses and organizations will become more knowledgeable, develop capacity and better serve their constituents.
The Situation |The Solution
With the number of non-profits continues to grow every year in the United States, available funding has fallen short of the need to address the social and cultural issues for communities and individuals.
The competition for funding has never been more intense. Fewer funds are being divided among more organizations, meaning non-profits must prove they are good stewards of funding received from foundations, corporations and individuals.
Organizations must stand out from their competition by demonstrating a clear vision and mission. They must understand their markets and focus on developing an educated and committed board of directors.
Mason Consulting Group has been serving non-profit and governmental organizations for almost 30 years.