JMA Group

As a multi-ethnic and multi-generational collective, The JMA Group is uniquely qualified to provide services that ensure that diverse organizations close business performance, learning, opportunity, and organizational capacity gaps.

What Sets The JMA Group Apart?

  • Honoring and strengthening the assets that currently exist in an organization.
  • Augmenting an organization’s assets to better meet the needs of its clients and constituents.
  • Helping organizations develop the skills, knowledge, and solutions to advance growth and development.
  • Supporting the economic stability of organizations that serve diverse groups including, low-income, veteran, and ethnically and culturally diverse residents.

As a Minority Women Owned Small Business, we apply our collective expertise to assist organizations in fundraising, organizational and technology systems development; organizational evaluation; event and conference coordination; & corporate training.

Over 12 years, The JMA Group has submitted and managed over $62M in funding applications and contract bids for municipalities, school districts, community-based organizations, and for-profit and nonprofit businesses.

We apply our collective expertise to assist organizations in marketing; fundraising, donor research and grant writing; organizational, educational program, and technology systems development; program assessment and evaluation; event and conference planning and coordination; training program development and management.

The JMA Group works to support the development and economic stability of regional, municipal, nonprofit, community- and faith-based organizations who serve a variety of residents including, low-income citizens, and ethnically and culturally diverse families and children through fundraising, organizational development and culturally responsive program development.

As a member of the Pacific Northwest NAC Consultant Network [NACCN], The JMA Group is certified to use the NAC model of capacity building strategies developed by the National Community Development Institute (NCDI) in its services to clients. As a Certified Capacity Builder, The JMA Group works with clients to strengthen their services, scope of resources and partnerships to improve social, economic and environmental conditions.

Key Clients and Major Consultancies – Selected Listing

Alcohol and Drug Services of Gallatin County, MT
Alignment Jackson & United Way the Capital Area (Jackson, MS)
ATLAS Communities, Seattle Schools
Beacon Hill Hub, Seattle, WA
Black Education Strategy Roundtable, Lacey, WA
The Center for Educational Innovation, Jackson, MS
Causey’s Learning Centers, Seattle, WA
Children’s Home Society of WA
Chinese Information Services Center, Seattle,
City of Seattle, Human Services Department
Coalition of Schools Educating Boys of Color, Boston MA
Colville Confederated Tribes, Nespelem, WA
WA DSHS, Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, Olympia, WA
Ethiopian Community in Seattle Housing Task Force
Flathead CARE & Safe and Drug-Free Schools, ID
Global Human Services in Puget Sound, Ethiopia, Kenya & Somalia Great Plains Regional Medical Center, Lincoln, NE
Greater Spokane Substance Abuse Councils Prevention Center
Hilton Foundation & the BEST Foundation for a Drug-Free Tomorrow (serving10 Western U.S. States)
Horn of Africa Services, Seattle, WA
I-WA-Sil Youth Program, Seattle, WA
King County Sexual Assault Resource Center
KIRO Broadcasting’s A World of Difference Series
Lake Co. Office of Education First Offender Program, CA
Linn County Drug and Alcohol, Albany OR
Love by the Slice Bakery and Catering Co., LLC, Tacoma, WA
Measured Progress Inc. eMPower™ Assessments, Dover, NH
Mombasa, Kenya – Seattle Sister City Association
National Council on Alcoholism & Drug Dependence, Juneau, AK
Northwest Economic and Environmental Justice Network
Open Door International Holistic Ministry, Kent, WA
Pearson Assessment Services, San Antonio, TX
Public Health-Seattle & King County Hazardous Waste
Seed of Life Center for Early Learning and Preschool, LLC Seattle, WA
Somali Community Services of Seattle
Steps to Ethically Profiling Stability aka S.T.E.P.S.
Systems Thinking in K-12 Education, U.S.A. & Singapore
Title IX Special Programs, Wenatchee, WA
United Way of King County, Seattle, WA
Urban Financial Services Coalition-Puget Sound, Seattle
Voices of Tomorrow, King County, WA
Walt Disney Internet Group, Seattle, WA
WA Committee on Occupational Safety and Health
WA Educational Service Districts 113, 114, 167, 123, &189
WA State OSPI Safe and Drug Free Schools
WA Supt. of Public Instruction, Assessment & Research Division, Olympia, WA
Yellow Cloud Residential Program, Nespelem, WA
YMCA Youth Programs, Spokane, WA