Anne Hays Egan, principal at New Ventures Consulting, is involved in a wide variety of planning, capacity building and evaluating projects. She has led community planning initiatives in multiple communities nationally, as well as in the states of New Mexico, Louisiana, Texas, California and Florida.
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Her firm and its teams have developed community needs assessments and developed health plans for Los Alamos and Rio Arriba Counties. She provided guidance for the statewide needs assessments of the nonprofit sector for the New Mexico Association of Grantmakers. She conducted needs assessments and developed plans for the New Mexico Association of Grantmakers, NM Department of Health, NM Human Services Department, and the Santa Fe Community Foundation. Her Health Action Plans have become well used roadmaps for many organizations.
Anne helped communities to develop and expand basic needs services to respond to the budget cuts of the early 1980s, welfare reform in the 1990s, and again with the fiscal crisis in 2008-2012. Her consulting has helped build interagency networks in many communities that provide for more integrated, better funded services. During recent years, she has helped community groups to plan for the growing needs of older adults, and strengthen older adult services. She has helped nonprofits respond to the impact of budget cuts, creating stronger and more effective programs and more diversified funding. Anne’s planning work with communities has also included working with simulations, which allow community groups to quickly understand and analyze complex issues and trends, develop policies, create funding strategies — all which build innovative and sustainable solutions.
Anne served as one of a statewide team of evaluators working with NM Behavioral Health Services Department, Optum and the Total Community Approach program. She led an intensive planning and evaluation project for Native American Professional Parent Resources (NAPPR). She provided outcome evaluation training and consulting for United Way of Santa Fe County, United Way of Central New Mexico, United Way of Florida, United Ways of Pinellas and Cocoa Beach Counties and United Way of America’s “Success by Six” and “Teaming for Technology.” She conducted community needs assessments and developed health plans and action plans for Los Alamos County, Rio Arriba County. She provided evaluation to ArtWorks in the City of Santa Fe, Los Alamos Community Health Council, Rio Arriba Community Health Council, and Las Cumbres Community Services. She has been involved in a wide range of capacity building projects for community networks, government agencies and nonprofit networks in New Mexico and Louisiana. And, she has conducted many research projects involving nonprofit capacity building, health system development and community service network development.
She has published widely in the field, including “Managing Multi-Funder Requirements,” New Ventures (1997, rev 2004), reprinted by United Way of America and Grantmakers for Effective Organizations (GEO); and “Benchmarks for Organizational Sustainability,” New Ventures (2004), reprinted by Santa Fe Community Foundation and the NM Department of Health. She contributed to The Economic Impact of Nonprofits in New Mexico, UNM Bureau for Business and Economic Research, 2006); She has presented papers to Independent Sector (IS) and the International Society for Third Sector Research (ISTR), which were published in juried journals; and co-authored a chapter on systemic crisis in the nonprofit sector in Social Policy & Aging: A Critical Perspective, by Carroll L. Estes and associates, (Sage Publications, 2001). Anne has two Masters Degrees, and completed all coursework (ABD) for her Ph.D. in nonprofit organizational development.
With over 35 years of experience in the field, Anne brings unparalleled expertise to community projects. She involves a number of other consultants in projects as needed, through a network called the Community Health Consulting Group.