For-profits (Page 4)


  • For-profit

    Boston Trust Walden

    Boston Trust Walden is the re-branded name of Walden Asset Management, a left-progressive “environmental, social, governance” (ESG) investment advisor; for more, see Boston Trust Walden (Walden Asset Management)
  • For-profit

    Boston Trust Walden (Walden Asset Management)

    Boston Trust Walden, formerly known as Walden Asset Management, is a $3.6 billion left-of-center activist investment fund, operated by the larger Boston Trust and Investment Management Company.[1] The fund was founded in 1975 as the first so-called “socially responsible” division in a U.S. bank[2] and launched
  • For-profit

    Bowers Consulting Firm

    Bowers Consulting Firm is a for-profit left-progressive consulting firm connected to the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement. Since its founding, Bowers has consulted for more than 20 organizations, managed more than 10 electoral campaigns, and led more than eight issue-advocacy campaigns. [80] The firm was founded and
  • For-profit

    Buffalo Cloud Consulting, LLC

    Buffalo Cloud Consulting, LLC provides diversity, equity, and inclusion training, as well as marketing, management, and non-profit consulting and strategy, to private companies, nonprofits, and schools. [101] The company has one employee, Christine Moses, and had nearly $74,000 in revenue. [102] Prior to relocating Buffalo Cloud
  • For-profit

    BuildingGreen

    BuildingGreen is an environmentally-focused consulting firm.
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    Bully Pulpit Interactive

    Bully Pulpit Interactive is a communications consultancy that has served a number of left-of-center nonprofits and political candidates. Based in Washington, the company has offices in New York, Chicago and San Francisco. It was founded by Andrew Bleeker, a former Obama campaign staffer. The company led the digital strategy
  • For-profit

    Burness Communications

    Burness Communications is a Maryland-based public relations strategy and communications firm that provides services to many left-of-center clients. Notable Burness clients include the Center for Climate Change Communication, Partners in Health, the Aspen Institute, the International Women’s Health Coalition, Community Catalyst, Bloomberg Philanthropies, the
  • For-profit

    Buying Time, LLC

    Buying Time is a media strategy and political consulting agency that caters to a number of left-leaning clients.
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    BWG Business Solutions, LLC

    BWG Business Solutions, LLC provides diversity, equity, and inclusion education, training, and consulting to businesses and institutions. BWG stands for “Black, White, Green,” stemming from the idea that “diversity is not about black and white, but green,” and the company contends that when companies focus on DEI, they will become
  • For-profit

    Byline Times

    Byline Times is a for-profit online and print media publication based in London, England. It was created by Peter Jukes and Stephen Colegrave. [184] Jukes is an English author, screenwriter, and journalist who was a contributing writer for The New Republic (TNR), British political and cultural magazine the
  • For-profit

    C-E Consulting Inc.

    C-E Consulting Inc. is a consulting organization based in Missouri founded in 2006 by Kimberly Carter. [191] Contract documents with the firm indicate that it consults for school districts on matters related to left-of-center racial ideologies and practices. [192] Contracts Although there is limited information online
  • For-profit

    Calm and Mindful, LLC

    Calm and Mindful, LLC is a Somerset, New Jersey-based limited liability corporation which posts a blog and is possibly affiliated with the Atlantic Climate Justice Alliance, a 501(c)(3) which calls for action to stop climate change. [195]
  • For-profit

    Calvert Research and Management

    Calvert Research and Management (also known as Calvert Investment Capital) is a socially and environmentally left-of-center investment company. Founded in 1976, it had $17.8 billion in managed assets as of June 30, 2019. [196][197] The company focuses on perceived gender inequalities in work and corporate leadership,
  • For-profit

    CAMAC Group

    The CAMAC Group is a group of global energy companies headquartered in Houston, Texas.
  • For-profit

    Cambridge Analytica (CA)

    Cambridge Analytica was a U.K.-based political consulting firm that worked on behalf of center-right political candidates and issue campaigns across the world. Now defunct, the firm was the center of a high-profile data scandal centered around the collection of Facebook profile information from over 8 million Americans. The firm’s
  • For-profit

    Campaign Sidekick LLC

    Campaign Sidekick LLC, also known as Sidekick, is a campaign vendor that provides voter outreach databases and software. According to Sidekick chief executive officer Drew Ryun, he started the firm to address issues he encountered while working on campaigns during the 2002 primary election season. [230] The firm,
  • For-profit

    Capitol Impact

    Capitol Impact is a consulting firm located in Sacramento, California, that works with nonprofits including the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, James Irvine Foundation, William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and governmental organizations. [237] Capitol Impact has connections to the largest grantmaking foundations in the country
  • For-profit

    Care2

    Care2 is a social networking website that was founded by Randy Paynter in 1998.
  • For-profit

    Catalist

    Catalist, LLC is a data firm that services both left-of-center nonprofits and Democratic candidates and officeholders. This Washington, D.C.-based for-profit vendor outfit came together in 2006 in response to the re-election of President George W. Bush in 2004. Democratic operatives such as Harold Ickes, a former aide to President
  • For-profit

    CBK Strategies

    CBK Strategies is a talent advisory firm based in New York City which focuses on servicing high-level companies. [280]