The Magi Group, founded in 2002, is minority-owned, small business, professional services consulting firm that specializes in improving the performance and impact of faith and community-based nonprofits.
Headquartered in Washington, DC, the Magi Group provides public and private sector clients across the country with innovative, customized, cost-effective solutions and products that maximize nonprofit and for-profit organizational efficiency and impact.
True to our mission of "Strengthening Communities Through the Organizations That Serve Them", we provide services that improve the condition of people and the communities in which they live by strengthening the capacity of the organizations that serve them directly. Our mission is not a slogan ... it is a vision that compels us.
To achieve this mission, the work of the Magi Group is carried out through a diverse, multicultural cadre of of experienced professionals that develop evidence-based, practical solutions with demonstrated success. Through our commitment to the organizations we serve, and the values we place on their work, we strive to ensure their success and satisfaction.
Stephen A. Broyles has 29 years of experience working with faith and community-based organizations that provide health and human services. He is a national expert in nonprofit capacity building, coalition building, proposal writing, and has generated over $35.4 million in grant and unrestricted funding through various nonprofit and private sector partnerships.
He has led technical assistance and training efforts for the Administration for Children and Families (ACF), the Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Office on Women's Health (OWH), the DC Mayors Office of Partnerships and Grant Services (OPGS, the DC Office of Victims Services and Justice Grants, the DC Department of Humans Services, the DC Child and Family Services Administration, the Morehouse School of Medicine, the DC Department of Health, the DC Department of Small and Local Business Development, DC Baptist Convention, and numerous private organizations.
He serves as an adjunct assistant professor at the Howard University School of Social Work. He has taught courses in the Department of Intergroup Relations (IGR) and facilitated discussion groups in the Department of Women's Studies at the University of Michigan. He received a Bachelor's in Psychology and a Bachelor's in Sociology in 1994, as well as a Masters of Public Health and a Masters of Social Work in 1996 from the University of Michigan.
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