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Five Sloanie Teams Volunteer for Community Consulting Teams (CCT)

Community Consulting Teams of Boston (CCT Boston) recently kicked off its 2016-2017 project cycle.  This year, nine Sloanies are volunteering their time and talents, providing pro bono consulting services to five local non-profits - Samaritans, Community Boat Building, Hospitality Homes, Household Goods, and EVKids.  These six-month projects are focused on helping the non-profits solve strategic business problems related to expansion, operations, branding, and marketing. 

About CCT Boston - Community Consulting Teams (CCT) of Boston is an all-volunteer organization of MBA graduates that provides pro bono management consulting services to Boston-area nonprofits. CCT volunteers are business professionals who are graduates of leading business schools. Founded in 1990, CCT has completed more than 100 engagements for Boston-area nonprofit organizations through the efforts of more than 400 volunteers. Please contact Tricia Craig (’97) ( for more information, or to inquire about volunteering or receiving volunteer support for next year's project cycle.

Sloan alums at the client kickoff (left to right):  Adler Prioly (’16), Lyndon Braun (’89), Mary Cross (’80), Judith Quillard (’76), Sophie Schmitt (’03), Jessica Tubman (’09), Glenn Migliozzi (’86).


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