We began in 2009 as a consulting firm for small non-profits seeking to improve their fundraising with individual donors. Today we have leveraged technology and the gig economy to bring executive level assistance to leaders who are tapped out on time and need to get things done. We also own and invest in various projects that are of interest to the firm.
Through our range of services we fill the role of a full back office support team or a single personal assistant.
Our founder, Reagan Lynch, runs the consulting firm and works on most client engagements personally. However, we have a diverse team from around the world that stands ready to enhance any project.
We specialize in working with families who have children with disabilities, people with disabilities, small and mid-sized non-profits, churches and faith based organizations, private schools, and small businesses and entrepreneurs.
If you have any questions or would like to know if we can work with you or your organization please contact us. Reagan personally reads each email and responds to every message.
To provide high quality virtual executive and back office assistance to families, small businesses, and charitable organizations.
Reagan Lynch serves as our founder and CEO. He is a community minded individual contending that you should find a community that you are happy living in and can be passionate about and plant your flag there until you are called elsewhere. You can read more on his blog (opens new window). He leads a team of contractors from around the world. Most of them are based in the United States, Canada, and western Europe. If you are interested in registering as a contractor with us please fill out our contractor application.
Tools We Use
As a completely web based and remote consulting firm we can literally operate from any location. To keep costs low for our clients we often use open source software when and where possible. We embrace the open source movement and support various projects financially. We use tools like Skype, Facetime, Uber Conference, the Ubuntu operating system, WordPress, and many more.
On the philanthropic front we give back a portion of our earnings each year to charitable organizations. We do this through a donor advised fund and often anonymously.