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Systems Coordination

Collaborate with changemakers and institutions to address social challenges.

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WHAT IS systems coordination?

Systems coordination is the process of building alignment around a cross-sector vision.

We help to structure forums and facilitate connections between organizations, leaders, and their stakeholders that make up the systems that shape our communities, while keeping our ear to the ground and building relationships with frontline groups and advocates.

We help coalitions build coordinated strategy and infrastructure to engage with structural challenges, and we dive deep into the policies, processes, relationships, and power dynamics that exist within a system to identify opportunities for building a more equitable future.


  • Increase collaboration across stakeholders
  • Identify shared pain points and goals
  • Refine and reimagine systems

Why It Works

Our facilitated and efficient process brings collaboratives together around shared goals for system-level impact.

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How It Works

Whether we are engaging with the criminal legal system, the cultural economy, or the network of services and support that surround youth and families, we apply a proven approach that centers trust-building and shared measurement.

We recognize that we all do our best work when we feel both empowered and accountable for outcomes. Our process helps collaboratives and system actors feel connected to shared goals — and motivated to take the necessary actions to reach them.


Case Study

Louisiana Department of Health

Convening to Revolutionize a Wrap-Around System of Health and Wellbeing for Children in Louisiana

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YouthForce NOLA

Strategizing Growth for a Cutting-Edge, Equity-Focused Youth Talent Development Pipeline

Case Study

NOLA Youth Master Plan

Architecting a Ten-Year Vision for Success for All New Orleans Young People

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New Orleans Food Security Task Force

Building Infrastructure to Feed Thousands During the Pandemic