Fractional management work puts Warren Whitney at the heart of Central Virginia businesses | More


“They have such a great mission, and bringing me allows them to focus on that mission. They know the back office will be taken care of, ”Swinger said.

“She’s as valued a staff member as anyone,” said Harold Fitrer, President and CEO of Communities In Schools of Richmond. “As a small non-profit organization, we couldn’t afford to have someone of their caliber and skills full time.”

Project Homes, a nonprofit that builds affordable homes, performs home and weather repairs, and builds wheelchair ramps in central Virginia, relies on Warren Whitney for fractional human resource services .

“Our HR needs fluctuate so much that it’s hard to justify a full-time position,” said Lee Householder, CEO of Project Homes. Split service “is an affordable option for a small non-profit organization.”

Janet Duncan of Warren Whitney provided this service. With a master’s degree in human resources, she worked in HR for 25 years for companies with revenues ranging between $ 500,000 and $ 570 million.

On average, Warren Whitney works for clients for about two years. But a number of organizations have been clients for many years.

In addition to fractional management services, Warren Whitney also offers more traditional, project-based consulting work.

Since its inception three decades ago, the firm has also organized Leadership Network events three times a year that draw hundreds of attendees to hear speakers on various topics of interest to business leaders. The most recent focused on the burgeoning food scene in the Richmond area.


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