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Business & Community Collaboration

"Reaching corporate executives and companies to collaborate with the community to create STRATEGIC IMPACT has tremendous opportunity and potential! And there are many role models to recognize, honor and from whom to learn. 

Join us and learn how you and your company can create STRATEGIC IMPACT and more!"

Gail Wolin Stevens, MBA, MSW

Founder & CEO


WBE Certified

Philanthropy as Community Impact

We strategically work with and partner businesses synergistically with local philanthropic programs to benefit the communities where we live, give and thrive.

Goals, no matter how big . . . .

. . . . go a long way to making STRATEGIC IMPACT on various communities – as well as on companies and their success – particularly, in Dallas, Collin County – Frisco, Plano, Texas & Beyond.

We’re available . . . .

to further educate and strategically engage people with local 

and synergistic philanthropic support opportunities.

This kind of collaboration comes in the form of Workshops

Strategic Planning, as well as 3- and 6-month Business 

and Management Leadership Consultations.

We’re available for Speaking Engagements 

(Corporate, Conferences, Conventions, and Organizations) to further educate people about local philanthropic support opportunities.



To strategically engage, facilitate, create and promote successful Business & Community Collaboration that involves philanthropy, volunteerism, and engagement 

as well as STRATEGICALLY IMPACTS lives, communities, companies, our nation, and the world.

Crucial social issues include food insecurity, children/youth/family health & well-being, education, workforce development, financial literacy, veterans, diversity-equity-inclusion, seniors, energy conservation, global climate change, and more.  


To improve lives, communities, companies, our nation, and the world through 

Business & Community Collaboration 

by creating, fostering and promoting STRATEGIC IMPACT 

through a wide range of opportunities.


Core Values

    • Vision
    • Mission
    • Compassion
    • Collaboration
    • Partnership
    • Strategic Thinking
    • Strategic Impact
    • Improving Lives
    • Integrity
    • Character
    • Respect
    • Dignity
    • Strengthening Communities
    • Gratitude
    • Strengthening Companies

Executives & Companies Realize the Benefits

Develop Corporate Social Responsibility

Cultivate Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Engagement

Strengthen Employee Engagement & Retention

Promote Corporate Culture

Cultivate Leadership Development

Strengthen Marketing & Branding

Increase Profitability


Target Markets

Companies with revenues of $1 Million or more 

Working with Executives and Key Management

Local, Regional, National Geographic Range 

Dallas, Collin County - Frisco - Plano, Texas & Beyond.

About Gail Wolin Stevens

Founder | CEO | Owner

Born and raised in Flint, Michigan during the height of the American Automobile Industry, Gail Wolin Stevens has extensive knowledge, experience, and skills in both the Business and General Communities, private and nonprofit/public sectors. She grew up in an entrepreneurial family in which her parents were business-owners and community leaders, especially her mother. Her mother had great strategic impact upon her, and family, business, community engagement, collaboration, strategic impact, leadership, entrepreneurism, and more were deeply instilled in her. These have remained key themes and passions in her life and career.

Gail’s extensive career in Marketing, Sales, Entrepreneurism, Program/Project/Non-Profit Management has spanned over the Greater Washington, D.C., Los Angeles / Southern California, and Dallas / Collin County – Frisco-Plano regions. Learning from her parents, she has always been actively engaged in chambers of commerce and other strategic business and community organizations. Over the last 25 years, these include: Chambers of Commerce in Frisco, Plano and Dallas, Texas, as well as the Junior League of Collin County, Women’s Auxiliary – Children’s Medical Center/ Children’s Health Plano and eWomenNetwork.

In addition, Gail is actively involved in the Dallas Professional Sports Community with her husband of over 30 years, whose career has been in Radio Sports Broadcasting in Dallas and Los Angeles.

As a BA undergraduate of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 

an MSW graduate of the University of Maryland, Baltimore,

and an MBA graduate of the University of Southern California Marshall School of Business,

Gail is a founding member of the USC Marshall Volunteer Leadership Council. 

She also is the founding Regional Representative of the USC Marshall Alumni – Dallas.

Personal Note from the Owner

Always valuing education, I earned my BA in Education at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and my Master of Social Work (MSW), specializing in Social Strategy / Community Organization / Group Dynamics at the University of Maryland School of Social Work and Community Planning, Baltimore.

Mid-career, when it was difficult for women to break into business in the 1980s, I returned to graduate school to earn my MBA in Marketing at the University of Southern California Marshall School of Business, Los Angeles.

I am so excited to embark on this venture, STRATEGIC IMPACT GROUP, with a focus on 

Business & Community Collaboration.  Reaching corporate executives and companies to collaborate 

with the community to create STRATEGIC IMPACT has tremendous opportunity and potential! 

 And there are so many role models to recognize, honor and from whom to learn.

I look forward to working with you to make the world a better place .



“As a passionate and strategic volunteer leader, and proud MBA graduate of the University of Southern California 

Marshall School of Business, Gail serves as a member of our USC Marshall Volunteer Leadership Council as well as Regional Representative for our USC Marshall Alumni Association in the Dallas Region. She continually leverages her leadership, vision, innovative and strategic thinking, collaboration, and communication skills to strategically impact businesses and communities she serves. We applaud this important venture she is undertaking.”

- Guillermina Molina

Assistant Dean, External Relations | Marshall School of Business | University of Southern California

Memberships / Affiliations

  • Frisco Chamber of Commerce
  • Plano Chamber of Commerce
  • Junior League of Collin County
  • Women's Auxiliary - Children's Health Plano
  • Women's Business Council - Southwest / WBENC
  • University of Southern California Marshall School of Business - Regional Representative, USC Marshall Alumni Dallas
  • USC Marshall Volunteer Leadership Council
  • eWomenNetwork

“Alone, we can do so little;

Together, we can do so much.”

Helen Keller

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