Nancy Geiger has a Bachelor's in Family and Consumer Sciences from the University of Texas at Austin as well as a Masters in Special Education from Texas Women's University.
Nancy manages Talem's operations and financial management.
Saadia Ahmed graduated in International Studies from Austin College where she intensified her commitment to serving the community. She is a community and thought leader in Dallas/Fort Worth in addition to being the founder and adviser to numerous nonprofit and community initiatives.
Saadia was recently awarded the "Trailblazer" award by Texas Muslim Women's Foundation and the "Community Leader of the Year" award by CAIR Dallas-Fort Worth.
Saadia's areas of expertise include event planning, social media optimization, individual major giving, and annual fund development.
Ivy Fairchild is the principal of Landmark Consultants, LLC. Ivy works collaboratively on projects with Talem.
Before creating Landmark, Ivy worked with NCLR, Urban Health Plan, and Columbia University.
Ivy holds a BA in Sociology from Queens College, a MA in Organizational Development from Teachers College at Columbia University, and a MPH from the Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University. She
obtained her certified fundraising executive certification (CFRE) in 2012.
Christine Soliva has an MA in Environmental Science and Policy from Clark University and an MBA from Loyola University New Orleans. She's currently a board member for Clean Power for Humanity, a nonprofit providing wind and solar energy to remote villages in China and Myanmar.
Christine's areas of expertise include strategic advisory services, corporation formation, management structures, financial management, as well as, business plan and sales strategy development.
Amy Fetterman received her Master of Divinity from Columbia Theological Seminary and her Doctor in Ministry with a focus on faith-based leadership from Drew University. In addition to her work with Talem Consulting, Amy leads churches in transition for the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and serves as an adjunct professor at Eastern Mennonite Seminary.
Amy's areas of expertise include long-range visioning, leadership development, organizational agility, strategic communications, and interim leadership.
Stephanie Sorge Wing
Researcher & Writer