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Composed Consulting, LLC
Tiwanna Hatcher
Founder and Chief Executive Officer
Services & Endorsements
Accounting & Financial Management
Alliances & Collaboration
Board Development & Governance
Communications & Marketing
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Fundraising & Development
Grant Writing
Interim Management
Leadership Development
Management & Operations
Planning & Organizational Development
Staff Development & Training
Strategic Planning
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Nonprofit Experience
Yes, I primarily work with nonprofits and/or community organizations
Years of Nonprofit Experience
11-20 years
Nonprofit Clients
Nonprofit Experience
Paid Staff
Pro Bono Consultant
  • Activate Fund
Organization Type
For-profit Service Business
  • International NGO-Nonprofit
  • Nonprofit Sector Issues
  • Public and Societal Benefit
Professional Affiliations / Licenses
Geographic Area
National / International
Demographics of Provider
  • Black or African American
  • Daily rate
  • Flat fee by project
  • Hourly rate
  • Installment based on project schedule
  • Negotiable
  • Not to exceed
  • Sliding scale
Addional Pricing Information
The fee and payment schedule varies by project an organization. Our commitment to servicing grass roots nonprofit, extends to our methodology in fees. We offer a sliding scale to nonprofits that have were founded less than three years from the service year. Additionally, we may suggest collaborative trainings for nonprofits, where costs may be reduced.
Mission Statement
Composed Consulting, LLC’s mission is to help nonprofits meet their mission better. We believe in coaching our clients while providing services, in an attempt to strengthen the organization’s internal skills and capabilities. I consider it a privilege to solve capacity problems for nonprofits, primarily based in my hometown of Detroit. I am motivated to do this kind of work because I have led programs, where I knew what needed to be done, but I did not have the capacity to do so. I used my frustration to fuel my work ethic as a consultant.
Why do you think it’s important for your business or organization to support nonprofits and community organizations in Southeast Michigan and what kind of positive impact do you think your work could have?
I worked with a nonprofit that provided therapy and wrap around services for residents of Detroit. I was hired prepare a budget and narrative for a grant application. After learning more about the nonprofit and their financial status, I recommended that the executive director also allow me to analyze their financial bookkeeping. During my review, I noticed areas of concern and intervened. I coached the executive director through my Financial Status Reports training, complimentary. I knew the organization could not afford the service, but needed the service. My process is to deliver services, then present deliverables, while explaining and coaching clients. During our session I explained allowable costs and best practices for managing award dollars.