Utilizing the skills developed from over 23 years of organizational leadership experience, Tony Beall, President/CEO at Mister Nonprofit Consultancy, Inc., provides synergistic solutions to nonprofit organizations of all sizes. Although much of what Tony does is considered "consulting" from a traditional sense, his approach to the services he provides is far from it. In fact, he would rather call himself a "connector of dots" or "purveyor of possibilities". Creating, discovering and implementing unique solutions for his clients and aiding them in discovering the abundance of possibilities that exist within the organization.
Tony has received numerous national and local awards; including a National Excellence Award from the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, two time recipient of the American Express Chairman’s Award for Quality and the 2012 New Small Business of the Year Award from the Greater Fort Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce. Tony has provided his time and expertise to a multitude of nonprofit organizations that include; The William J. Clinton Foundation, The Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation, The Community Foundation of Broward, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, National MS Society, Rebuilding Together – Broward County, Fair Campaign Practices Committee of Broward County, Downtown Fort Lauderdale TMA, Leadership Broward Foundation, Multiple Sclerosis Foundation, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, AIDS Walk Chicago, The Riverwalk Trust, City of Hallandale Beach, The Greater Fort Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce, Las Olas Association, The Humane Society of Greater Miami, the American Lung Association, William J. Clinton Foundation and the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation.
Tony was born and raised on a working farm in Mitchellville, Maryland and studied Business Administration at Prince George’s College. Tony moved to sunny South Florida in 1998 from Chicago and resides in Fort Lauderdale's Middle River Terrace neighborhood.
Tony’s stellar reputation is the result of an undeniable passion for nonprofits, proven creative strategies and uncompromising commitment to excellence.
How do you relax? See the answer to the next question. LOL
What do you wish you could have a never-ending supply of? Cupcake Vineyard’s Red Velvet wine.
If you found a treasure chest – and you could keep it, what would you want to be in it? I’d want a magic wand of course. The one that takes away the pain, suffering and worry of others.
How can we reach out to other people in the world? By starting a conversation about our similarities as part of the human race. Too many people start a conversation focusing on our differences.
Is there an inspirational book you have read that you would recommend to others? The Prophet by Kahlil Gibran. It has all the answers.
Do you have a motto, or some words of wisdom, that has guided you through your life? A paraphrase from the book, Autobiography of a Face, by Lucy Grealy. “Part of being human is to consistently underestimate our affect on other people”. It reminds me to be hyper aware of my words and actions.
What word best describes your life right now? Exciting!
What is your idea of a perfect vacation? Anywhere there is sand, a blanket and a book!
How do you stay so motivated and committed? I have a mortgage! Seriously, I love what I do so staying motivated and committed is easy. Live your passion!
What is your greatest indulgence? Buying music! I have a collection of over 2,000 music CD’s.
What is your favorite store for clothes shopping? Express and H&M
What magazine do you look forward to reading each week/month? Interview Magazine
What is your pet peeve? Complacency! Be in it to win it, or leave the game!
What is something you have learned from a pet? Unconditional love
What would you still like to learn how to do? I’d still like to learn how to make Sushi!
What do you have to say to all the young women/men out there ready to take on the future? Be tenacious! Under promise, over deliver and always follow-up.
How do we get our young people more interested in charitable giving and community volunteering? By sharing with them success stories. Don’t just introduce young people to the “problems”, take the time to show them the results of the solutions.