Judy Freiwirth, Psy.D. Principal

Working Together For You

Centro groupNonprofit Solutions Associates brings together known leaders in the field of organizational development, pairing you with the people who understand your needs. Meet the consultants who work with Judy Freiwirth on some large consultation and training initiatives, as well as diversity/inclusion initiatives.

M. Elena Letona, Ph.D.
Dr. Letona is a native of El Salvador. She has close to 25 years of experience serving the nonprofit sector. Dr. Letona is an organizational development consultant, facilitator and trainer. Her areas of expertise include program evaluation, community organizing, leadership development and organizational development. Her skills include public speaking, training, teaching and facilitation. For 10 years, she directed Centro Presente, a member-driven, statewide organization dedicated to achieving the self-determination of the Central and Latin American immigrant community of Massachusetts. She serves on the boards of the Hyams Foundation, and Political Research Associates. She holds a Ph.D. in public policy.

Dahnesh Medora, MA, Senior Advisor, Social Innovation Fund: Corporation for National and Community Service
Dahnesh Medora has served as a consultant and trainer to community-based and social justice organizations for more than 17 years. He is specifically interested in the ways in which culture and organizational development connect and has expertise in areas of cross-cultural effectiveness, leadership development, and strategic planning. Dahnesh currently serves as a Senior Advisor for the Social Innovation Fund, a national capacity-building program of the Corporation for National and Community Service. He was the Director of Programs/Senior Consultant for the Nonprofit Association of Oregon, a lead consultant with the National Community Development Institute in Oakland, CA. , and Director of External Relations at the Tides Foundation in San Francisco. He holds a Master’s Degree from Michigan State University.

Juliet Carey, MPH
Julie Carey has 25 years of management and consulting experience in the public health and nonprofit fields. Since 2002, Julie has worked as an independent consultant and as an Associate of Nonprofit Solutions Associates. She has held interim executive directorships at nonprofits, guiding them through organizational transitions and inter-agency collaborations. She established the Massachusetts Department of Public Health’s Management Assistance Program, a capacity-building initiative for HIV/AIDS organizations. Julie has served on the boards of Strongest Link AIDS Services, Pathways to Wellness and AIDS Action Committee. She holds a Master’s Degree in Public Health with a concentration in management.