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From Insight to Impact            Group i&i is committed to your cause

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G R O U P i&i  shares our insight in a variety of ways. Whether you need initial guidance and training or long-term custom support, we aim to give you the tools you need to create maximum impact. 

​These are just a few examples of past projects.


Client: Bergen Community College

Group i&i Service units: Evaluati

Project Synopsis: We were hired by Bergen Community College to design and implement a five-year evaluation of their Department of Education Title V grant.  Enter more details of the project

Client: Northern New Jersey Health Professions Consortium

Group i&i Service units: Grantuoso, Evaluati

Project Synopsis: We were hired by a group of New Jersey community colleges to advise and help create an application for an Health Professions Opportunity Grant (HHS). In addition to advising on a budget and evaluation plan, our team crafted various sections of the proposal including the budget narrative and logic model. After the $24 million, 5-year grant was awarded, Group i&i performed an extensive, rigorous local evaluation of the HPOG consortium, and also designed and implemented an original online tool to stream data directly from HPOG participants to the Performance Reporting System (PRS).

case studies

Client: Society for Neuroscience

Group i&i Service units: Grantuoso, Strategista

Project Synopsis: We were hired by the Society for Neuroscience to research, advise, and write a proposal for a National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NIH) grant to improve diversity in the neuroscience workforce. Group i&i's associates performed an in-depth literature review to support the need for the program and our principals provided guidance to improve the potential impact, ultimately resulting in a perfect score (10 out of 10) from the evaluators and the client being awarded $1.7 million.​​