Meet the Team
Simplify Nonprofit Collaborators
Simplify Nonprofit offers executive and organizational leadership that delivers strength and long-term sustainability to nonprofits. By using methods such as organizational assessments, strategic planning, financial growth strategies, internal investigations, financial turnaround processes, brand and awareness campaigns, and executive coaching, we are able to bring about positive change.
When you work with Simplify Nonprofit, you benefit from a network of industry-leading workplace consultants. When the need arises, our team of Subject Matter Experts is brought on to tackle specific areas such as legal investigations, financial management, talent management and human resources, brand awareness, and camp strategy.
Our expert collaborators develop customized programs and toolkits to help organizations across the country create and/or repair needed infrastructure.
Investigations & Root Cause Analysis
Elizabeth Gramigna, Esq.
Founder, Tribu Partners, LLC
After decades of conducting investigations, Beth founded Tribu Partners in 2018 to help clients address, manage, and prevent employment issues such as workplace misconduct, harassment, and discrimination.
For over three decades, Beth’s holistic approach to labor and employment law has resolved conflicts and brought civility, accountability, and respect to workplace cultures across industries. She deeply understands the sensitive nature of her investigations — which have involved board members, CEOs, college administrators, politicians, police, and more — and reliably provides confidential, impartial fact-finding and analysis. She operates under the ethos that a fair and thorough investigation is critical to understanding the root cause of a systemic issue. From there, her clients benefit from a roadmap to recovery and resolution.
Beth received a J.D. from Rutgers Law School and a B.S. in Management and Industrial Relations from Rider University. She is licensed to practice law in New Jersey, the United States District Court District of New Jersey, and the Third Circuit Court of Appeals. She regularly serves as full-time faculty for the Training Institute for Workplace Investigators, sponsored by the Association of Workplace Investigators (AWI).
Human Capital Strategy & Development
Janet Neubert, MHRM, SPHR, SHRM-SPC
Principal, J. Neubert Consulting
Janet is passionate about helping organizations optimize their people-centric culture, systems, and processes. She has worn many hats as consultant, leader, and advisor in the areas of organizational development, leadership development, and human resources management.
During the course of her 25-year career, Janet has worked for domestic and international organizations in the nonprofit and for-profit sectors. She has experience in a wide array of industries including youth services, education, software, energy, and utilities. In addition to her broad base of general human resources knowledge, Janet has in-depth experience managing projects in the areas of leadership development, organizational effectiveness, total rewards, executive compensation, HRIS, and talent mergers and acquisitions.
Janet received her Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) from Cornell College and her Master of Human Resource Management (M.H.R.M.) from Keller Graduate School of Management. She holds the Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) designation from the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI) and the Senior Certified Professional designation from the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). She is also a current SHRM member.
Brand Awareness & Marketing Strategy
Founder, Noesis Marketing, LLC
As owner of her own marketing consulting firm, Nina is driven by the satisfaction of helping small and mid-size businesses and nonprofits by putting in place the marketing support they need to reach their goals.
Twenty years into her career, Nina struck out on her own and formed Noesis Marketing in 2012, fulfilling her drive for accomplishment and desire for independence. She brings multi-faceted experience in digital and traditional advertising, website development, product development, research, sales support, and production. Her unique background and skills give her clients confidence that they have brought on a team player who will put in place marketing strategies tailored to fulfill their revenue goals.
Nina holds a BS in Business from Carnegie-Mellon University. She worked in various positions at a Bell System company during the time of divestiture, bringing with it the challenges of transitioning to a deregulated business. Thereafter, her career led her to a multi-national Caribbean company where she led a marketing team across 9 countries.
Camping Strategy & Development
Jerry is passionate about camping and the growth that the experience provides children, evident in his 35 years of operating camps of all sizes and cultures. For 20 years Jerry has led one of the largest summer camps in the world, as the CEO of the Frost Valley YMCA. With 150 permanent, year-round employees and 450 seasonal staff (pre-covid), Frost Valley serves 4,000 children in July and August (both resident and day campers).
Jerry's expertise includes strategic planning, long-range planning, and facility planning in addition to operations, applying his deep understanding of camp finances, programs, and facilities. He is adept at quickly recognizing each camp’s unique culture. He has raised tens of millions of dollars for capital improvements and millions of dollars for camperships. He understands the risk and the responsibilities camp professionals face every day. He has consulted for camp operators in France, Kosovo, Japan, and Ukraine, in addition to consulting CEOs, executive directors, and owners of camps throughout the U.S.
Jerry is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin at Green Bay. He is an avid outdoorsman. He thrives on challenge and is ever stalwart in his approach toward advancements for camping.