Economic Social Legal Pathways, Inc.

Social & Public Sector Advisory Services

The nonprofit and government sectors play a significant role in the United States economy—and in the lives and livelihoods of the American people. ESLP combines the best of our private-sector expertise—including our experience working with companies to address sustainability challenges—with a deep understanding of the social and public sectors to effect lasting change and achieve enduring results for our clients.

What We Do

We help tackle some of the nation's toughest social issues by partnering with groundbreaking nonprofit organizations, government entities and private sector companies.

Our social and public sector clients work with us to develop new ways to address issues from education to economic development to sustainability, and they are seeing results on all fronts.

  • Economic development: ESLP partners with cutting-edge, national organizations that support entrepreneurship in emerging markets to help scale local businesses, create jobs and ultimately combat global poverty.
  • Primary and secondary education: Our commitment to helping transform education is at the forefront of ESLP's social sector involvement.
  • Higher education: ESLP has decades of experience helping leading academic institutions set and advance their strategies and improve operations.
  • Public sector and government: We work with bold, ambitious leaders who are not satisfied with the status quo and are eager for change to realize their economic and social goals.
  • Sustainability and corporate responsibility: We help our clients integrate sustainability considerations into the heart of their decisions and strategies, to create long-term competitive advantage.

ESLP partners with national and global organizations firm-wide and with organizations at the local level. Many of these partnerships are multi-year, multi-faceted relationships that deliver substantial and enduring improvements.

How We Help

Today, more than 30 million American will experience hunger, including nearly 3 million children, experience hunger on a daily basis Many of them must rely on food banks and church-sponsored hot meals programs to get by. On average, about 600,000 people experience homelessness in the U.S. — meaning they sleep outside or in an emergency shelter or transitional housing program. Around 44% of homeless people are employed.  Meanwhile, companies around the United States are trying to grow—and their activities and strategies also profoundly affect the environment and society.

All of these issues present corporations, governments and nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) with immense new challenges and equally vast opportunities. Thoughtful leaders are committing themselves to fostering social development and implementing sustainable practices—and they want results. The chief focus of our work is helping change-oriented organization make strategic decision that yield enduring results. 

ESLP combines the best of our private-sector expertise and time-tested tools, data-driven analysis, practical insights and methodologies with a deep understanding of the social and public sectors to create and implement tailored strategies for our clients.

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