About Us

Susan Woods Nonprofit Consulting Services helps nonprofit professionals start, fund, and manage 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations.

Susan Woods, the Consultant, started a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization called “Comprehensive Community-Based Solutions, Incorporated” in 2003 to provide services in local communities to help citizens realize their full potential.

Susan teaches a broad range of classes pertaining to the nonprofit sector, records online classes and uploads to her YouTube channel, completes 501(c)(3) application packets for private clients and church officials, and facilitates free one-hour consultations.

Susan Woods completed the Nonprofit Management Certificate Programs below:

  • Duke University, 2017
  • Winthrop University, 2016
  • Wake Forest University, 2015

Susan Woods is also a three-time graduate of Winthrop University in Rock Hill, SC earning …

  • Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration;
  • Master of Arts in Teaching; and
  • Master of Business Administration

Her career in training and development started as a high school business education teacher, and progressed to include teaching at several community colleges and ultimately at Bank of America, Wells Fargo, IBM, Sprint, and Duke Energy.

Please call Susan Woods at 704.968.2769 or follow her on Facebook.

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