Exploring and identifying opportunities for growth and outlining a plan to get there
Developing a actionable, adaptive roadmap to achieve strategic goals
Elevating the impact of board of directors through established best practices
Hands-on support for projects, initiatives, and on-going operations
The word virescent signifies the first new, bright green color appearing on trees in the early spring. Virescent Group seeks to capture these kinds of new, exciting growth opportunities for its nonprofit clients. Virescent brings sound business acumen from the for profit world and couples it with nonprofit best practices to provide a data-driven, outside-in approach tailored to nonprofits. Virescent partners with nonprofits to strengthen their organization and improve their ability to achieve their mission. Virescent's sole focus on capacity building includes actionable planning, seizing targeted growth opportunities, elevating board governance, and providing hands-on implementation support.
Kristalee Montemayor Overdahl
Kristalee Overdahl, founder of Virescent Group, brings over twenty years of experience in strategy consulting and operations management. Over the course of her career, Kristalee engaged in the nonprofit sector serving as Managing Director at the Advisory Board Company and Deputy Executive Director of Compass consulting with hospitals, health systems, and local nonprofits to help achieve their missions. In addition to nonprofit consulting, Kristalee served as a management consultant at A. T. Kearney and Accenture serving Fortune 500 companies in strategy and operations management across the retail, chemical, consumer products, and energy sectors. Prior to launching Virescent, Kristalee founded Girls for Good, a social enterprise to engage girls in STEM to create solutions to sustainability challenges like clear air, clean water, and renewable energy.
Kristalee earned an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and a BSE in Chemical Engineering from Princeton University. She currently serves on the board of Compass, a pro bono strategy consulting nonprofit, and on the board of Citrine Angels, an angel investing group providing early stage funding to women entrepreneurs. She has also served on several local nonprofit boards focused on education.