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First All-Sloan Community Consulting Team Delivers for Massachusetts Horticultural Society

MIT Sloan Boston congratulates the team on a job well done and looks forward to another year of giving back.

Each year, Sloan alumni give back to the Greater Boston community by volunteering with Community Consulting Teams of Boston to deliver pro bono services to nonprofits that would be otherwise unable to access much-needed consulting support.  In 2013, ten Sloanies participated in CCT projects, including one for the Massachusetts Horticultural Society (MassHort), which was completed by the first-ever CCT team comprised of Sloan alumni.  Led by Project Sponsor, Tricia Craig ('97) and Project Managers Lia Cavalcante Griffiths ('10) and Mary Barton ('98), the Sloan team, including volunteer consultants Leonard Francis ('09), V Prabhakar ('07), and Rachel Theran ('03), delivered organizational benchmarking and infrastructure recommendations tied together by a financial model to an appreciative MassHort board of directors.  Four Sloanies, including Juan Boulin (’10), Robbie Burnstine (’82), Melinda Lindquist (’84), and Stephen Miller (’74) participated in other CCT projects staffed by teams comprised of MBAs from a mix of top business schools.


About Community Consulting Teams of Boston (CCT) - Community Consulting Teams of Boston (CCT) amplifies the impact of Boston-area nonprofits through pro bono management consulting projects performed by teams of experienced MBAs from top-tier business schools. Since 1990, CCT has helped over 140 nonprofits using more than 400 alumni volunteers to clarify their missions, evaluate new service opportunities, create effective marketing approaches, and improve the efficiency of their operations. Please visit or contact Tricia Craig ( for more information.


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