When it comes to our work, the people at Barker & Scott have two great passions: the missions of the nonprofit organizations we serve and the immense possibilities of strategically aligned technology, data, processes, and people to further those missions. It’s a remarkably simple formula that has enabled us to find – and retain – an incredible collection of talent that has helped our clients enjoy great success.
Because so many of our team members have worked on both sides of the industry table (both as technology consultants as well as nonprofit executives and managers), we better than most understand the critically important work performed by the nonprofit sector under daunting conditions. Yet we also understand the many ways that properly aligned information technology can inform, inspire, and galvanize a nonprofit organization’s diverse constituencies to act as one in support of its mission.
Here’s a brief look at our principals and most senior consultants.
Co-Founder & Principal
As a principal in Barker & Scott Consulting, Doug assists leading regional, national, and international nonprofit organizations with leveraging the power of information technology for organizational advancement and mission success.
His expertise includes change management and constituent relationship management strategy and implementation. Prior to founding Barker & Scott, Doug was Vice President and Chief Information Officer for The Nature Conservancy. There he provided information technology leadership for this global organization of 3,000 staff in over 400 offices located in 30 countries. Prior to joining The Nature Conservancy, Doug was the nonprofit industry lead for the consulting practice of Arthur Andersen in Washington DC. Currently, Doug serves as a judge for CIO Magazine’s prestigious CIO 100 Awards. He received a B.A. in Psychology and an M.B.A. in Finance and Strategic Marketing from San Diego State University.
Along with his professional pursuits, Doug loves the outdoors. He is an active board member for Rock Creek Conservancy and is spearheading a community-wide initiative to plant hundreds of native trees in his Washington DC neighborhood.
Co-Founder & Principal
Lisa is particularly adept at bridging the gap between the business and IT because, let’s face it, business people don’t understand techno-speak nor should they. One of her many skills is being able to draw out business needs through conversation and translate those needs into software requirements so the results are a win-win.
Prior to founding Barker & Scott Consulting, Lisa Scott was Director of Applications Development for The Nature Conservancy. She directed a team of 19 managers, analysts and programmers that implemented and maintained the Conservancy’s core business applications including finance, fundraising, human resources, volunteer management, trade lands, and conservation.
Before joining The Nature Conservancy, Lisa was a member of the management team of Arthur Andersen’s Business Consulting practice and succeeded Doug as the leader of the non-profit industry segment. Lisa earned her B.S. in Information Systems from DePaul University.
Outside the office, Lisa spends her free time practicing yoga and archery, communing with Nature, and doing occasional work as a clinical herbalist. Lisa is proud to have been conferred the degree of Master of Science in Herbal Medicine from the Maryland University of Integrative Health (formerly the Tai Sophia Institute) in 2010.
David brings more than 20 years of hands-on business experience including 10 years of helping nonprofit organizations develop solid strategies, implement projects successfully, and turn around projects that had gotten off track.
He possesses a diverse background that encompasses senior executive roles, management consulting, leadership transition, project direction, vendor management, stakeholder relations, and change management.
Prior to his consulting work with Barker & Scott, David served first as CIO and then Executive Vice President of Internal Operations for the National MS Society where he led the replacement of their core donor management, database marketing, program services, and online fundraising systems. David has also consulted for several other nonprofit organizations including the NAACP, The Nature Conservancy, and the American Lung Association.
David has a passion for teaching young adults the power of teamwork and healthy competition. The soccer field is David’s classroom and he is privileged to coach some of the best young soccer players in Colorado.
Alan C. Levine
Alan C. Levine builds on over 25 years as an executive technology leader. He has served as an executive, consultant and educator for organizations of all sizes, nationally and internationally.
Alan is a creative technology leader, guiding organizations to fresh ideas and solutions through a collaborative and inquisitive approach to problem solving and focused on achieving mission outcomes through accessible, data-driven, mobile and social IT environments centered on human interests and values.
As a collaborator, Alan engages stakeholders to develop IT strategies and implementations that are universal, trusted, and personal to raise employee and constituent engagement, effectiveness, and agility. As CIO of the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC, Alan oversaw all information technology, mulitimedia and e-commerce operations. Under his direction, the Kennedy Center developed a strong strategic vision, effective IT governance, a unified information architecture and several innovative customer-facing websites and applications.
Alan is a founder and past Chairman of the Board of the Tessitura Network, Inc., which provides state-of-the-art software for customer relationship management, ticketing, and fundraising to arts and cultural organizations around the world. Alan is a past President of CIO/Arts, and a founding member of the worldwide CIO Executive Council. Alan also served on the Small Agency CIO Council of the US Federal Government. When not working, Alan can often be found on horseback, baking, or hiking with his dogs, all with a camera at the ready!
Our Senior Consultants
Julie brings more than 25 years of business experience including 8 years in assisting nonprofit organizations in the development of organizational and technical strategies.
She possesses a broad background that includes senior executive roles, management consulting, project direction, vendor management, stakeholder relations, and change management.
Prior to her consulting work with Barker & Scott, Julie served in CIO positions for the National MS Society and Richmond American Homes. Other notable positions include Director of Web Technologies and Data Warehousing at AT&T Broadband, Director of Business Intelligence at Level III Communications, Group Manager of Sales and Marketing Systems at Coors Brewing Company, and as a Systems Engineering and Consulting Manager for Electronic Data Systems (EDS). Julie has also consulted for nonprofit organizations including Ducks Unlimited and the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
Julie’s passion is family and spends free time traveling with family members. She is active in organizations focused on suicide prevention and services for families affected by suicide. She is an avid reader and an enthusiastic fan of Denver area sports teams, particularly the Denver Broncos and the Colorado Avalanche.
Lisa Eggers has over 20 years’ experience in database management and nonprofit fundraising operations. She has been a member of the Barker & Scott team since 2005.
Prior to working with Barker & Scott Consulting, Lisa was the Executive Director of Fundraising Information Systems at WETA Television & Radio in Washington, DC. While at WETA, she managed all areas related to WETA’s CRM system, including database administration, vendor management, and user training. Lisa began her career at WETA as a fundraiser specializing in on-air, special events, direct mail and telemarketing appeals, and volunteer management. She also has several years of experience in commercial software design, development and implementation.
Outside of her professional passions, Lisa enjoys performance arts, particularly theatre and music. She also puts her organizational and research skills to work by collaborating with family members in an ongoing, extensive genealogical project.
Casey is a business leader with a unique mix of in-depth analytical knowledge and client service success focused on nonprofit technologies and consulting. For more than 12 years she has worked with nonprofits providing a variety of services that help clients optimize results.
Earlier in her career at Integral, Casey provided strategic analytical services utilizing complex and custom datasets. Before working with nonprofits, Casey was a consultant for Arthur Andersen where she led and/or participated in key litigation support, intellectual property, and strategic projects for Fortune100 companies.
Vicki Ann Frawley
Vicki Ann Frawley is a proven leader who leverages more than 20 years of experience working with non-profits in order to help organizations drive bottom line results. Vicki brings her clients a holistic approach to successfully drive projects through to closure – always mindful of both change management and people development.
She is also a dedicated development coach focused on fostering an environment for transformative change in her clients. One of Vicki’s strengths is her ability to work through short term activities and tactics while maintaining a view toward achieving strategic objectives.
Prior to her work with Barker and Scott, Vicki held a variety of senior leadership positions at Blackbaud, Inc. Her responsibilities included work in the practices of change management, education services and project quality assurance; building a strong PMO to manage and execute the enterprise methodology; developing knowledge management and building a model to support business development in the primary markets. During her tenure at Blackbaud, Vicki has worked directly with a wide array of clients including International Fund for Animal Welfare, American Diabetes Association, Massachusetts Audubon Society, and WGBH Educational Foundation.
Vicki’s hands on experience with virtually all roles in an enterprise software engagement combined with her educational focus on organizational structure and policy make her well positioned to work with non-profit clients in a variety of engagements.
In addition to her work, Vicki is an active volunteer in her community. She regularly fills a variety of positions in her immediate home town and school system. She also enjoys skiing, yoga, and time with her family.
Lachelle has more than 15 years experience in systems development life cycle, business process analysis and reengineering, and project/program management for both for-profit and not-for-profit organizations.
Lachelle has been a consultant to clients, has operated in the private sector, and brings to bear a practical approach to enterprise technology implementations based on her breadth of experience. She has experience in the alignment of technology initiatives with a company’s strategic goals and the implementation of technology changes needed to achieve organizational success.
Prior to joining the Barker & Scott team, Lachelle was Director of Business & Systems Processes, then Director of Information Technology for a global clinical research organization. In her first position, she led multiple strategic initiatives that incorporated business process enhancements and change management throughout the organization. In her role as Director of IT, she was responsible for all back-office systems and managed the enterprise systems portfolio. Lachelle has also led multiple, global system implementations as a Senior Manager of Business Information Systems at Baker Tilly (previously Beers + Cutler), a Manager at Deloitte & Touche, and a Manager at Arthur Andersen. Lachelle received her BS in Computer Science Engineering from the Johns Hopkins University and her MBA from the George Washington University. She is also a certified Project Management Professional (PMP).
Outside of work, Lachelle enjoys volunteering at her daughters’ schools and serves as ‘chauffeur’ as she takes them to all of their various extracurricular activities. Lachelle maintains her energy to keep up with her kids by participating in an outdoor boot camp group.
Marianne has 20+ years of database management and fundraising experience with emphasis in CRM systems and Direct Response. Prior to working with Barker & Scott in 2012, she was the Director of Development Systems for Planned Parenthood Federation of America in New York City. While at PPFA she managed all areas related to PPFA’s CRM system.
Marianne was the Direct Marketing Manager at God’s Love We Deliver, an AIDS Service organization in New York City before joining Thirteen. She started her non profit career with GLWD, first as a Volunteer in the kitchen preparing meals for home bound people with AIDS then working in the Development department as the Contributions Supervisor, responsible for revenue operations and maintaining the donor database.
Outside of work Marianne volunteers for local non-profit organizations. She lends a hand at Ronald McDonald House who supports families with seriously ill children, offers office support at the National MS Society and continues to forge relationships with military organizations and families. She also enjoys cooking, mixology and hosting people in her home. On any given evening you can find 4 or 5 friends enjoying good food and fun around her dinner table.
Ingmar is a principal consultant with over 12 years experience in CRM implementations and over 30 years software development experience. As a technical leader and innovator he has defined best practices, rolled out new methodologies, and developed software for data conversion and data quality management. As a dynamic, solution oriented, and “out of the box thinker” he brings humor and a personal style that builds trust, energizes teams and makes projects fun and productive.
Ingmar has worked as a consultant with Barker and Scott since 2013. He began his career working as a developer in the telecommunications industry but his skydiving hobby eventually led to a full-time occupation as an instructor and videographer. It was after meeting the love of his life and settling down that Ingmar rebooted his technical career in the non-profit sector. He honed is data conversion skills while at Target Software and was recognized as an innovator and thought-leader during his tenure as a Principal Consultant at Blackbaud.
When Ingmar is not tackling data conversion he enjoys spending time with his children and studying traditional Chinese martial arts.
Chris Warner has been working as a fundraising professional for more than 20 years. He began his fundraising career in public broadcasting and has served as a database manager, an on-air pledge producer, a membership manager, a copy-writer and direct marketing manager, a database conversion manager, a volunteer coordinator, a special events coordinator, a project manager, and a trainer.
Chris has worked as a consultant with Barker & Scott Consulting since 2004. He has a strong understanding of the interdependency of the technical and practical elements of a successful long-term non-profit fund raising program.
In his spare time, Chris is a writer. His self published book, Eclectic Beginnings, is a personal collection of 12 short stories and incidents written over the course of ten years. Chris also co-authored the Ennie-award winning roleplaying game, Sidewinder: Recoiled, as a general partner of Dog House Rules.