Viewpoint Consulting draws upon experience working within foundations, nonprofits, universities and public and private sector organizations. We deploy a range of talent to design tailored and cutting-edge support to advance effective philanthropic efforts.
Founder / Principal
Kelly Brown is the Founder and Principal Consultant at Viewpoint Consulting, which provides support to philanthropic organizations and individuals investing resources to strengthen underserved communities. Brown has over 25 years of experience in the field, offering data-driven strategic consulting, facilitation, and training to increase impact and equity within foundations and social sector organizations. She has held leadership roles at TransAfrica, the Vanguard Public Foundation, the Marguerite Casey Foundation and the D5 Coalition, an initiative to strengthen philanthropy through a commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion. Her work researching and advocating for the critical importance of demographic data has made her a leader in the field.
Brown has an M.B.A from the Haas School of Business at the University of CA, Berkeley, a B.A. in Sociology and African/African American Studies from the University of CA, Santa Barbara, and was a Sloan Foundation Public Policy Fellow at Princeton University. She is currently completing a PhD at the University of Chicago, exploring the intersection between leadership, organizational networks and contemporary social movements.
Survey Research, Statistical Analysis
Audris Campbell was recently appointed as a Survey Research Lead within the Customer Experience (CX) Lab at Google. Prior to this, Audris was Senior Survey Methodologist at IST Research, and held appointments at Gallup and the University of Massachusetts Boston’s Center for Survey Research.
As a methodologist, Audris’ work and mission is focused on using survey research to help organizations improve their internal practices and the world around them. Audris holds a Master of Arts in Applied Sociology and a Graduate Certificate in Survey Research from the University of Massachusetts Boston. She also holds a Master of Public Administration from the University of Georgia.
Capacity for Change
Facilitation, Research, Strategic Planning
Capacity for Change, LLC is a public interest consulting firm that has partnered with Viewpoint Consulting for over 20 years on a wide variety of initiatives. Based in West Chester, Pennsylvania they work regionally and nationally with public, philanthropic and nonprofit organizations to create positive and lasting social impact through strategy, culture and partnership design.
CfC's areas of expertise include strategic planning and strategy consulting, organizational culture change, collective impact, event design and facilitation, and strategies to advance diversity, equity and inclusion.
Gaye Theresa Johnson
Professional Development, Curriculum Design
Gaye Theresa Johnson is an Associate Professor at UCLA, with appointments in Chicanx and Central American Studies and African American Studies. She studies and writes about freedom struggles and cultural politics, and has contributed to faculty working groups, curriculum-building, documentary films, and public scholarship on anti-racism, cultural politics, incarceration and detention, and teaching internationally.
Dr. Johnson has produced several publications. Johnson consults with grassroots organizations and collectives, schools and school districts, as well as private companies and boards to think about creating work environments and processes that elevate anti-racism and social justice.