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CLC Endeavors, LLC envisions a world in which each individuals' talents, passions, and strengths are recognized and appreciated by the organizations in which they serve and work. We envision organizations that are rooted in - guided and led by - the people most deeply impacted by the work of the organization and who seek new learning, insights, and perspectives in regular partnership.


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Callie Carroll (she/her) brings over twenty years of nonprofit executive search consulting, nonprofit management, and organizational leadership experience to her work to support nonprofit and philanthropic organizations. Callie has focused her recent work on serving organizations centered on advancing racial and social justice, evidence-based programs serving youth and families, legal advocacy and civil rights, and philanthropy.  Callie’s work is grounded in a deep passion for working towards a more just and equitable society and is reinforced by her business perspective and foundational knowledge of nonprofit operations and strategy. She strives to learn together with clients to deepen equity and inclusion practices in every search, and is always interested in hearing feedback, considering new approaches, and being real about the joys and challenges of searches.


Callie previously served as a Principal at NPAG, a national nonprofit executive search firm, where she placed over 60 leaders across the mission-driven sector. She prides herself on the relationships she builds with clients, candidates, and other leaders and community members in relevant fields, leading with transparency and deep respect and caring for the diverse journeys that bring people into conversation about a role. Prior to her work at NPAG, Callie served in nonprofit leadership as Director of Operations for DC Public Education Fund, where she stewarded internal performance management and operational systems to support over $75M of investments in education reform initiatives aimed at accelerating student achievement. She has also served as an Education Pioneers Fellow at GreatSchools, a nonprofit dedicated to providing resources and tools to parents to be effective stewards of their children’s education, and in fundraising roles at Project H.O.M.E., a Philadelphia organization committed to ending homelessness. 


Callie holds a Master of Business Administration degree from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business, where she concentrated in Social Entrepreneurship and Strategy and studied the intersection of the social sector and ethical business leadership. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from Haverford College.


Callie grew up in the Quaker tradition and holds a vision for growing communities that center care and belonging and is also working towards bringing joy to the world through gardening and flowers, which is what you'll find on her Instagram. She lives with her family in Washington, DC and loves traveling, romance novels with a strong female lead, and baseball with her two kiddos, among other things!

Land Acknowledgement

I live in Washington, DC, which is the unceded ancestral homeland of the Nacotchtank and Picsataway people. I pay respects to the elders, and past and present citizens, of the Nacotchank and Piscataway tribes. I share this acknowledgement in seeking to understand my place in history and to learn about and acknowledge the violence and trauma inflicted on the tribes - as well as the beauty of their cultures. 

Learn more about the importance of land acknowledgements.

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