Who We Serve

Over the years, the Applied Concepts Group has worked with public and private clients, both large and small, across the country, including those on the list below.  Executive coaching clients are not included for reasons of confidentiality.   

NONPROFIT CLIENTS

92nd Street Y
Adelphi University
American Council for the Arts
American Jewish Historical Society
American Opera Projects

Tandy Beal Dance Company
Catholic Charities of Brooklyn
Center for Jewish History
Center for Medical Simulation (Harvard)
Center for Nonprofit Corporations

Columbia University – Mailman School of Public Health 
Dalit Solidarity Forum of the US 
Dwight-Englewood School
Fairleigh Dickinson University
The Ford Foundation

The Foundation Center
The Fund for New Jersey
Grantsmanship Center
Healthcare Quality Strategies, Inc.
Hartwick College 

Local Initiatives Support Corporation
Long Island Community Foundation
Make-A-Wish Foundation
Medicare Rights Center
Morristown-Beard School

Museum of Chinese in America
Museum of Contemporary Science
Newark Community School for the Arts
Newark YMWCA
New York University

New York Gallery Association
Northwest Regional Consortium for Higher Education
Pocket Opera
Princeton Center for Leadership Training 
Ramapo College 

Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Syndrome Association of America 
Regis University - Institute on the Common Good 
Rita Allen Foundation 
Rutgers Preparatory School 
UJA – Federation of New York

United Way of Union County

Westchester Jewish Community Service 
San Jose Opera 
Skaggs Foundation 
Tribeca Film Institute

Union County Division of Cultural and Heritage Affairs  
Rockland Family Shelter
Rutgers University

GOVERNMENT CLIENTS

Bergen County Dept of Health Services 
Burlington County Health Department 
N.J. Association of County Health Officers 
N.J. Dept of Health and Senior Services 
N.J. Department of Higher Education     

CORPORATE CLIENTS

AT&T 
BankOne 
Citibank 
Company of Women
First Union Bank

Mellon Bank
MOTOWN
Pfizer
PNC Bank
PSE&G

Rest Stop Rejuvenate
Stein Eriksen Lodge