Connections Consulting Inc. takes special care to understand the unique needs of each of our clients as we design custom solutions within their timelines, constraints, and expectations..

Current and former clients and partners include:

  • Oregon Department of Education, Child Care Division
  • Cascade Steel Rolling Mills
  • Communication Across Barriers
  • Co-Active Connections
  • Marion-Polk Food Share
  • Key Links, Inc.
  • Ashlin Management Group
  • Northwest Food Processors Association
  • Oregon Youth Authority
  • Tillamook County Creamery Association
  • Oregon Department of Transportation, Office of Civil Rights
  • Oregon Community Colleges, including Chemeketa, Clackamas, Portland, and Tillamook Bay

Feel free to contact any of them to see how the Connections Consulting team met and exceeded their needs.

What customers say about Dr. Eileen Casey White and Connections Consulting:

“… I have contracted with Eileen as a researcher, workshop presenter, project coordinator, and writer.  She is diligent and goes above and beyond to achieve project goals. I recommend her with the highest respect and admiration. Any project or organization would be fortunate to have her on board.”  Dr. Donna M. Beegle, President, Communication Across Barriers

“Eileen is connected to many networks, which is code for when managing a project or a team to take an advantage of an opportunity she can pull on the right resources in the right measure at the right time to expedite results . . .given a situation requiring collaboration and action, she can not only identify the dots, she can connect them and identify resources to make the dots become a single, large dot with everyone working together.”  Ray Hoyt, Title III Project Director, Tillamook Bay Community College

“(Dr. White) has worked on multiple cutting-edge food manufacturing workforce development grant projects with and for the Northwest Food Processors Association. She is one of the most knowledgeable workforce resources in the state/region and is a valued team member.”  Dave Klick, Outreach Executive, Northwest Food Processors Association