The Stanford Alumni Consulting Team provides pro bono consulting expertise in a wide range of areas, including strategic planning, marketing, earned revenue, financial sustainability, and organizational growth.
We have alumni with expertise across sectors, functions, and geographies and customize our projects to the specific needs of each client organization.
ACT Will Not Run Projects in Fall ’22-Winter ’23
In the spring of 2020, ACT quickly responded to the global pandemic by immediately shifting our work online and aligning the program with the GSB’s Action Plan for Racial Equity. Now ACT needs to focus on strategically addressing questions related to sustainably fulfilling its mission in a changed and changing landscape. We will update the website with additional information as available and look forward to continuing to engage volunteers and serve nonprofit clients for many years to come.
Stanford GSB is committed to making lasting, positive change toward eliminating bias and racism beyond our community. To support this goal, the Stanford Alumni Consulting Team (ACT) will undertake 50 projects by the end of 2025 for organizations that are committed to inclusion and racial equity. Projects that meet ACT’s racial equity initiative goals are those for nonprofits whose work focuses on advancing racial equity or clients who primarily serve Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPoC) communities, as well as clients whose mission is broader with a specific project, focused on serving BIPoC communities.
Impact over Time
Created by Stanford GSB alumni in 1987, ACT has grown to be one of the largest pro bono resource providers in the San Francisco Bay Area.
ACT clients range from small community-based nonprofits to university and hospital departments to government agencies and programs.
We tailor each consulting project to fit the size and resources of the client organization, sometimes providing a single consultant and other times a team of up to eight.
Stories of Impact
Browse the articles below to see some of the ways that ACT volunteers have helped Bay Area nonprofits increase their impact.