Frances A. Post is a principal partner in The Ogden Post Consulting Group; a business consulting concern founded due to a belief that strong non-profit organizations providing community based services are critical to creating and maintaining a healthy and vibrant quality of life in this community. 

Post has held a variety of leadership roles focused on delivering results through the optimization and alignment of all operations. Her groups have consistently delivered break-through results in a culture of accountability. This was accomplished by using several methods such as: 

  • Establishment of high-performance work teams
  • Balanced Score Card implementation
  • Targeted skills development
  • Web-enabled technology solutions
  • Process mapping and integration

During her years as a corporate leader, Post maintained an active presence in the not-for-profit industry. She fills a variety of roles as a board member, committee member and working volunteer in social service providing agencies, arts organizations and trade associations. Post enjoys translating business best practices into operational realities within the not-for-profit world. Her transatlantic background and experience working in global organizations allows her to create strong value from differences.

Post serves on the Industry Advisory Council for the College of Technology at Kent State University http://www.kent.edu/tech as well as the International Advisory Board of International Partners in Mission http://www.ipm-connections.org (a global organization that supports capacity-building community based projects through funding and technical support). Additionally Post is an active member of The Hermit Club http://www.thehermitclub.org/index.html (a performing-arts social club in Cleveland). 

Currently, Post is part of the program staff at the Center for NonProfit Policy (Cleveland State University-Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs) http://urban.csuohio.edu where she supports the Leadership Institute for Organizational Change and teaches a workshop on Outcome Based Organizations. She is also a Certified SOAR Consultant and has been integral in the development of the SOAR not-for-profit examination.

Since moving to the United States from the United Kingdom, her corporate experience includes executive leadership positions with Marconi Services, Nordson Corporation, The George Worthington Company, Preferred Translocation Systems, Eau Claire Packing Company and UniChem Chemicals, Inc.