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What Makes Us Unique
Tomorrow’s People, Inc., (TPI) is a consulting firm dedicated to assisting public and private nonprofit agencies with strategic planning, organizational development, and training needs. The founder and President of Tomorrow’s People, Inc. is Charles L. Greene, J.D., M.S.W.
With more than 40 years of experience, Tomorrow’s People, Inc. understands the need for strong, visionary leadership and the essential link it plays in driving an organization’s ability to achieve its goals and sustain its momentum.
Fundamental to our mission, we believe all consultations should be tailored to the specific needs of our clients’ organizations. We establish strong partnerships with our clients ensuring that all our projects have organizational commitment and buy-in to facilitate implementation.
Tomorrow’s People is a minority-owned business.
Tomorrow's People History and Background
Tomorrow’s People, Inc. has a long and established history. Beginning in 1971, the company was founded on the principle that people are not disposable commodities and if they are developed and properly led, they can exceed the expectations of their leaders.
The president and founding member of Tomorrow’s People, Inc., is Charles L. Greene, J.D., M.S.W. Our fundamental purpose is to help organizations develop their people for the challenges of tomorrow, hence the name Tomorrow’s People, Inc. We understand the need for strong, visionary leadership and the essential link it plays in driving an organization’s ability to achieve its goals and sustain its momentum.
We have a network of consultants that bring the right expertise to the situation and reflect the diversity of today’s workforce. Academic backgrounds of our consultants include law, social work, organization development, public relations, education, public policy, diversity, and affirmative action. We pride ourselves on being able to diagnose our client’s needs and match our consultants to the specific situation.
We have worked with non-profit and for-profit organizations across the United States to address a myriad of issues, to include strategic planning, board development, leadership training, and a host of other organization development concerns.