President and CEO
Jane founded Whitfield Consulting Group in 2008 with a vision of strengthening the impact and culture of organizations. Jane is an experienced senior executive, DISC Personality Assessment provider, qualified Myers Briggs® practitioner, trained in administering the FIRO® and Strong® assessments, and certified in mediation and conflict resolution. A sought after speaker and panel moderator, Jane has been invited to speak around the country. As a moving and passionate keynote speaker, she draws on her personal and professional experiences to inspire and motivate her audiences to action.
With more than 20 years of experience, Jane has worked in the foundation, nonprofit, and higher education sectors, and has a breadth of knowledge in key functional areas including fundraising, sales, communications, marketing, accounting, program planning, evaluation, and assessment. She is a specialist in producing integrated and comprehensive organizational strategies that achieve results.
Yuki Mosher joined WCG in 2011 and has nearly 20 years of experience in nonprofit fundraising, database management, and special events. She has particular expertise in growing Annual Fund Campaigns and Major Donor Programs for small- to medium-sized nonprofits. Yuki excels at identifying prospects and building research profiles that allow clients to best assess giving potential. Her experience with donor CRM systems and data entry best practices help position clients to successfully track and build relationships with their donors and stakeholders. Yuki is an outstanding grants writer with a strong record of telling client’s stories in ways that funders find compelling – ensuring that the client has the best chance of gaining support. Serving a broad range of clients, she has worked with organizations including UC Press Foundation, PenFed Foundation, Sister Cities of San Jose, Center for Open Recovery, the Magnes Museum, and many others.
Yuki holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from McGill University. Having lived in Japan for over 8 years, Yuki is fluent in Japanese and has a deep understanding of Japanese culture. Yuki enjoys living in the San Francisco Bay Area and enjoys all the quirks it has to offer.
Lindsay Sonnett joined the WCG team in 2018 and brings nearly 10 years of experience in nonprofit consulting, philanthropy, and community organizing. She has played an integral role in several nonprofit start-ups, and has expertise in program development, volunteer management, community engagement, and event planning. Prior to her work in the nonprofit sector, Lindsay worked as a public health trainer with the Peace Corps in West Africa. Lindsay is deeply committed to workforce housing advocacy in the New Hampshire Seacoast region. She currently serves on the boards of the Town of Exeter Housing Advisory Committee, Town of Exeter Communications Committee, Workforce Housing Coalition of the Greater Seacoast and the Headwaters Foundation. Lindsay also enjoys supporting local nonprofits through pro-bono event planning and fundraising.
Lindsay holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Urban Planning from Virginia Tech. An avid traveler, she has lived and worked in Togo, New Zealand, France, and Italy. She has a working proficiency in Togolese French and still speaks some Moba (a tribal language from Togo). In her free time, you can find Lindsay and her husband hiking in the White Mountains of New Hampshire.
Kim Roque joined WCG in 2019 and is an experienced, results-oriented consultant to nonprofit organizations. She has expertise in developing and launching programs, conference and event planning, communications, and strategic planning. Prior to her consulting career, she served as Director of Member Engagement at Lutheran Services in America, a national network of health and human services organizations, where she designed professional development programming for senior leaders; Director of the Council on Foundations’ Knowledge Center, where she provided coaching and research services for private and community foundations; Manager of Volunteers and Special Campaigns at the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC), where she launched a national preventive safety campaign; and Director of Community Development at First Book, where she led the national volunteer network; and as a consultant at PSI, where she helped launch an online collaboration tool for international health care providers.
Kim holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Davidson College and a Master of Public Administration with a concentration in nonprofit management from George Mason University. Kim has served on the board of several nonprofit organizations and currently volunteers as a mentor and for environmental causes. When not working, Kim enjoys hiking, cooking, and chasing her two children.
We have an expansive network of partners and put together a customized team of expert consultants and support staff for each project. Our team based model allows us to be flexible and meet the unique needs of our clients.