We're passionate about great ideas and are driven to bring them to life. Our mission is to empower the best minds in the nonprofit sector to take on the most challenging problems in our world—and solve them.
Learn more about our team and our purpose.
For the past decade, we’ve been on the front lines of some of the biggest social impact campaigns, working with major brands including Pepsi, American Express, Foot Locker, Starbucks to train young social entrepreneurs to create projects or nonprofits of their own. Many of these young entrepreneurs went on to become the best young change makers in the country, topping the Forbes 30 under 30 list.
We saw so much potential in the fresh, new ideas that young social entrepreneurs brought to the table—they were uninhibited, they were bold, they were disruptive. But we also saw just how difficult it was for these innovative ideas to get off the ground. This experience inspired us to look at the nonprofit sector and ask, how can we help more innovative nonprofits to succeed?
At Change Better, our team has one mission—to catapult innovative nonprofits to new heights.
Amanda brings together the worlds of political organizing, social innovation, and grant giving to help startup nonprofits succeed.
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Ellie began her nonprofit career at DoSomething.org and TMI agency, leading cutting-edge social impact campaigns with Fortune 500 companies like Viacom and Foot Locker, among others. She is currently a Social Impact Strategist at Purpose.
Naomi is a frequent speaker, with notable appearances at the Youth Assembly at the United Nations, the 24 Hours of Reality event on a panel with former Vice President Al Gore, and the Ad Age CMO Summit.
Naomi was named a "2013 People to Watch: Rising PR Stars 30 and under" by PR news.
Peter has served on the boards of several non-profit organizations including the role of Treasurer of three such organizations. Currently he is on the board of two other non-profit organizations and is also a member of several municipal government committees where he lends his financial and business expertise to solve local policy and program issues.
Peter attended Colby College, earning an A.B. in economics and government, and he received a Master’s degree in international economics and business from Columbia University.
Can your nonprofit do more?
We work one-on-one with nonprofits to develop a customized strategic approach. Looking to bring your organization to the next level?