Good Works Strategic Advisors

A social impact consulting firm providing
nonprofits, mission-driven businesses, and funders
with innovative and impactful strategic services


We Help Nonprofit and Business Leaders

 Realize their greatest opportunities

Solve their most pressing problems

Multiply their impact on peoples' lives



Our Impact Model

 Communities thrive when nonprofits, businesses, and philanthropists
reach their full potential, embrace innovation, and work together in meaningful ways

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Why We're Different

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Hear From Our Clients




President & CEO
University Federal Credit Union

“UFCU worked with Matt and Good Works for more than a year to help our board and leadership team develop and launch a strategy to integrate targeted social impact into our business model and strategy. His ability to intelligently bridge both the business and social sectors is unique and proved quite valuable to us. Matt very capably provided the counsel and guidance we needed to get started on this exciting journey, and he has become a trusted partner to me and my team.”


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President & CEO
CNM Nashville

“Matt worked very closely and intensively with me, my board, and my team to develop a robust new strategic growth plan for CNM. Following that, we retained him for several months to help us begin implementing that plan. He is extremely knowledgeable and professional, and his skills are multifaceted. Matt has been instrumental to our recent success, and I count him as a trusted advisor.”


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Easterseals Central Texas

“Matt has advised Easterseals on several strategic initiatives over the last few years, including a large merger and the development and launch of a new earned revenue business. His engaging, collaborative approach to consulting fit our needs well, and he became an integral partner for me and my board. I highly recommend Good Works Strategic Advisors for helping advance any mission-driven organization.”

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