Fahey Advisors in partnership with Venture Forward works with businesses and organizations looking to optimize their operations and increase impact. We consult companies on optimizing sustainable business practices and triple bottom line impact to improve economic, environmental and social benefits for the company and their stakeholders.
We start with the assessment of culture, goals and priorities for the company to develop a comprehensive implementation plan.
- Assist SMEs in measuring social and environmental impact
- Development of sustainability implementation plan
- Stakeholder engagement assessment, plan and implementation
- Baseline assessment and goal setting
- Social impact goals, measurement and reporting
- Design of BHAG and implementation roadmap
- Increased savings
- Improved CSR and reducing carbon footprint and risk mitigation
- Providing greater benefit for your community
Social Enterprise services
- Strategic Planning & Implementation
- Marketing / PR Support
- Development of Earned Revenue / Social Enterprise Models (including market research & business plan development)
- Turnaround Consulting for Struggling Social Enterprises
- Scale-Up / Growth Assistance
- Fund Development
- Social Innovation Plans
- Impact Investing (private equity, debt, and recoverable grants)
Non-profit Operations services
- Talent Management Solutions (Engage, Retain and Develop)
- SixSigma Process Improvement
- Capacity Analysis
Danielle is a Cleveland native, civic leader, and social entrepreneur. She is a licensed attorney with experience in the nonprofit sector including providing legal services for low-income community members, policy work, and nonprofit development. Danielle is a partner in Venture Forward Strategies, a company focused on developing social enterprises and improving the triple bottom line.
She is also a partner in Hasenda Development, a start-up housing development and management company providing sustainable, affordable housing options for more equitable neighborhoods. Danielle is a graduate of The Ohio State University and Cleveland-Marshall College of Law and is currently completing an executive certificate program at the University of Pennsylvania Center for Social Impact Strategy.
Her civic involvement includes serving as a board member for the Cleveland Leadership Center and the AIDS Funding Collaborative Advisory Board, as well as an active member of the City Club of Cleveland Dinner + Dialogue Committee.
Victoria is a partner in Venture Forward Strategies, a company focused on developing social enterprises and improving the triple bottom line.
Victoria Avi also manages programs for the Sustainable Business Center, and Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship at CSU. In this role, she supports the Outreach and Engagement Centers work in sustainability, entrepreneurship, and social innovation. She joined the Outreach and Engagement Centers team in 2012 and has been a part of the Cleveland State University community since 2002.
A transplant from Baku, Azerbaijan, she completed her Bachelor of Arts in Graphic Design at CSU, and a Masters in Environmental Studies at the CSU’s Levin College of Urban Affairs. She is also a recent graduate of the Center for Social Impact Strategy Certificate Program at University of Pennsylvania. Currently she is serving on the board of Cleveland Co-Labs.
Logan is an experienced business professional, social entrepreneur and consultant with proven success across multiple industries. He is currently the principal of Fahey Advisors, where he focuses his time on advising small businesses in areas of social impact, marketing and sales, and overall operational management. He is a firm believer in not just developing a strategy or solution but also guiding clients through the full implementation phase to ensure enduring, holistic success.
Logan started his career working for Prudential Financial. He soon realized his true passion resided in the intersection of business and social impact and went on to work for True North. It was there that he successfully launched his first social venture, which continues to provide significant revenue and programmatic support for the organization today. Also during his time at True North, Logan served as the Interim Executive Director, helping bridge the gap over the course of a leadership transition.
From True North, Logan led the Dalton Foundation, a multimillion-dollar organization focused on women and children, healthcare and reentry. During his tenure with the foundation, Logan launched several social enterprises (including New Vista Properties), launched an online reentry platform known as ReLink.org, and assisted in the launch of New Vista Consulting.
Logan went on to lead the social enterprise division of Towards Employment, Inc., a 40-year-old workforce development agency. In this position, Logan developed and co-founded Bloom Artisan Bakery & Café, a for-profit social venture with two locations in the heart of Downtown Cleveland, and a robust catering and wholesale division. Bloom quickly became a true Cleveland success with multiple locations, thousands of customers and a recognizable brand within the social enterprise sector.
Logan is actively involved in the social enterprise sector including as a Board Member with the Social Enterprise Alliance and as a Member of the Social Enterprise World Forum. In addition, Logan helped found the Social Enterprise Accelerator (SEA Change).
Recently, Logan has partnered with internationally renowned artisan bakery specialist, Maurice Chaplais, and they are currently working to build successful social ventures throughout the United States using Chaplais’s acclaimed bakery/café model. They are carrying out their inaugural joint project in St. Petersburg, FL.
Logan has been recognized as a serial social entrepreneur and has received significant acclaim for his many projects. He hopes to leverage his track record and experience to help other entrepreneurs and small businesses achieve the same success.