About Ron Evans
Ron Evans helps leaders from some of the world’s most impactful organizations to sleep well at night.
Over the past 10 years, his strategies have helped over 200 leaders exceed their expectations, creating millions of dollars of revenue in the process. Ron brings empathy, dedication, and a wealth of experience in dramatically improving the performance of both individuals and organizations.
Funders love him. His thought leadership has earned the attention and funding of major foundations, including The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, and The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation.
CEOs love him. He’s been called “the most trustworthy man in consulting,” and he accepts that honor. Whether he’s asked to get organizations “unstuck,” or to help the best get even better, he leaves the place wealthier, happier, and more effective than when he found it.
Your supporters have no idea who he is. Instead, they know their connection with your nonprofit mission is growing. Your brand is becoming part of their identity. These strong feelings result in motivated supporters who share their enthusiasm for you with others.
Ron Evans shares his intellectual property generously. You’ll find his work quoted on NPR and in USA Today, in publications such as Arts Professional and American Theatre magazine, at conferences in the U.S., U.K., and Australia, and in a variety of seminars, webinars, podcasts and retreats. And those in the know get frequent, free doses of his fresh approaches via his website: https://askronevans.com.
“You’ve generated more revenue for us in the past 30 days than we’ve generated in any of the previous 3 years.” -Estelle Campbell, Managing Director, Sierra Madre Playhouse
“Working with Ron Evans has been provocative and extremely useful. What we’ve learned and what he’s shown us has stirred more activity and responsibility. This has resulted in a more concerted and effective use of strategy toward greater involvement of the public. And increased support, in every way.” –Paul Meshejian, Artistic Director, Playpenn