At Wildflower Consulting, we partner with our clients to design, facilitate, and evaluate policy, system, and environmental strategies that improve public health.
Our support is tailored to the needs and capacity of our clients and communities. Whether the approach is jump-starting new initiatives, developing meaningful evaluation plans, or resource development under strict deadlines, our work incorporates the most current research and evidence-based practices. We are committed to helping our partners become more effective in using the equity lens to address population health issues.
Our team understands the importance of and need for fostering relationships across multiple sectors that intersect public health. While many of our clients have a public health mission and vision, we also partner with other stakeholders and community members working in violence prevention, urban farming, youth drug use prevention, and other subject matter experts that impact population health.
At Wildflower, we care about what you care about.
Our agency has a long history with non-profit public health organizations. We share similar values and passion for the work, while embracing the realities of both financial and time constraints. Our staff effectively translates project goals to design outcomes, works with multiple stakeholders, creates effective feedback loops, and brainstorms fresh solutions. We have experience balancing multiple projects and deadlines and are comfortable leading distanced-based approaches.
People turn to us to develop and lead initiatives through:
Consulting. Our clients are the local experts. However, it's often beneficial to work with an external agency to build the best programs and products as possible. For example, we provide guidance to our partners on grant writing, strategic planning, sustainability planning, program/project design, graphic design and health communications, project management, and evaluation.
Surge Support. We can be your staff while you're hiring your staff. This includes higher-level tasks such as developing work plans, sustainability planning, gap analysis, initiating internal and external teams (e.g., advisory committees), coordinating learning communities, and program/project design.
Project Management/Coordination. Whether you're launching a new project or working on an existing initiative, you may not have the resources to commit to full-time staff. This is where we come in. Members from our team can fill that part-time niche to coordinate projects and programs that help your agency meet its mission. Our staff works with your staff to get projects off the ground and running, and to make sure project goals are reached in a timely manner.
Administrative Support Tasks. In an effort to keep a lean staff, many organizations find themselves paying busy executive staff to complete administrative support tasks. However, you can rely on us to organize meetings and trainings, conduct qualitative research, complete transcription tasks, initiate literature reviews, and other tasks that make your job easier.