Our Consultants


RoadMap is known for its high-quality consultants, as well as its relevant, innovative and passionately fun approach to the work.

We are network of nearly 90 capacity-builders who love what we do and are committed to staying rooted in social justice and movement building.  We strive to understand each organizations goals, strategies, structures and cultures in order to help movement organizations win in these tough political times. As such, we are able to engage deeply with clients to provide tailored capacity building that fits their needs and through a framework that both embodies and advances social and racial justice.

We have an average of 10 years of experience as consultants and coaches in the social justice field and many more years of experience as leaders of social justice organizations.  We bring a range of skills and a diversity of race and ethnicity, class, sexual orientation, and geographic backgrounds that is rare in the consulting field.

“I was raised in a solidly middle-class family in an east Tennessee town, largely isolated from people of color, protected from most manifestations of poverty, and innocent… Read More »
Ken Montenegro is a technologist with twenty years of experience working with nonprofit and social change groups to securely leverage technology for their mission-driven work.… Read More »
Kimberly Freeman Brown is President of KFB Consulting, LLC, a boutique organizational development and strategic communications consulting firm that supports some of the foremost… Read More »
Susan Freundlich
Klein & Roth Consulting is a group of highly qualified, committed fundraising professionals with extensive experience working with non-profits across the United States… Read More »

RoadMap consultants work together to offer a wide range of tailored and integrated services including strategic planning, financial management, strategic communications, board development, fundraising, human resources/staff development and leadership transition. Read more about our services. We also work together to further our own learning and to share these lessons to advance the social justice sector.