“I do” is no longer reserved for couples at the altar. It’s also popping up at the office when couples agree to work together in their own businesses. Continue reading
Monthly Archives: July 2010
BUSINESS: Projects Unlimited, 1500 First Ave. North. http://www.relaxitshandled.com
YEARS MARRIED: 4
YEARS WORKING TOGETHER: 1
When Ed and Cherie Fields got married on Valentine’s Day 2004, they vowed to love, honor and cherish. Continue reading
Greater Birmingham Chapter of the American Society of Training and Development is dedicated to enhancing workplace learning and performance for its members and their affiliated organizations.
Founded in 1943, the Birmingham Society of Human Resource Management (BSHRM) has grown into one of the largest local chapters of the Society for Human Resource Management by sharing ideas, solving problems and connecting members. Whether you are an HR professional, a small business owner, or a manager seeking to maximize the talent on your team, BSHRM has the tools to help you.
The Birmingham Urban League has served Birmingham’s urban communities for more than forty years. The BUL provides housing, financial literacy, youth development and workforce development services through dozens of programs. The purpose of the Urban League is to help create equality in education, economics, housing, access to healthcare and more!
The Birmingham Venture Club is the oldest and largest association of venture capital community professionals in the state of Alabama. More than 250 members of club represent venture capitalists, high growth entrepreneurs, professionals service firms and economic development leaders.
The Community Action Association of Alabama works to better focus available local, state, private, and federal resources to assist low-income individuals and families to acquire useful skills and knowledge, gain access to new opportunities and achieve economic self-sufficiency.
Community Entrepreneurship Institute, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to advancing social and economic well-being in urban communities through entrepreneurship. It was founded in 2005 with an emphasis on youth. It trains urban teens and residents to create businesses based on the product and service needs of their communities.
The Exchange Club Family Skills Center acts as the principal child Abuse and neglect prevention Agency, providing parent education And support to Both parents and children In the Greater Birmingham Area.
Leading Edge Institute is a dynamic leadership program dedicated to working with college women across the state of Alabama. LEI develops their leadership skills, exposes them to critical issues facing Alabama and, most importantly, inspires them to make a difference in the state.
Mission Birmingham is an organization committed to uniting corporate, government, church, private and community-based organizations in an effort to create livable communities in critical neighborhoods in the Greater Birmingham Alabama region.
Red Mountain Community School creates an atmosphere in which children can learn together while experiencing the vast store of knowledge and beauty awaiting them in this city and the world. The school desires to come alongside parents, helping them in their educational efforts and hopes for their children. The school is based on the distinctive philosophy of educator Charlotte Mason. Her proven methodology based on the human need for respectful relationships, productive habits and inspiring ideas is becoming our own.
Southside Ball Association has offered educational and sports opportunities to area youth since 1953. Specializing in baseball, tball and soccer, Southside Ball brings together children of all backgrounds in a fun, exciting and festive atmosphere.
Biotechnology Association of Alabama (BAA) is a statewide organization Alabama’s bio related industries, reseawrch scientist, clinicians and business professionals who are working together to foster, develop and support the life sciences in Alabama. The BAA is the state affiliate in the Alabama of the Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO), the preeminent national association for biotechnology companies.
The Birmingham Urban League Young Professional is a Birmingham Urban League volunteer auxiliary that targets young professionals ages 21-40 to empower their communities and change lives through the Urban League Movement. Our mission is to support the Birmingham Urban League Movement through our volunteerism, philanthropy and membership development.
The Birmingham Change Fund mobilizes resources to strategically invest in education, healthcare, and economic growth in Birmingham.
The Central Alabama Women Business Center , a project of the Schlarb Foundation for Women Entrepreneurs, which was established in 1999 to help socially and economically disadvantaged women business owners build and grow their business, is funded in part by the Small Business Administration. We serve a seven county area including: Jefferson, Shelby, St. Clair, Blount, Walker, Talladega and Tuscaloosa Counties.
Red Mountain Theatre Company is a non-profit professional theatre organizationwith an emphasis on musical theatre. RMTC provides unique educational, training, and performing opportunities for aspiring and culturally diverse artists, while growing new and existing audiences through quality theatrical experiences.
We all know that our virtual “friends” and relationships may look quite different from those in our brick and mortar world. Here are a few of the people that we love to follow. Continue reading
As the newly minted president of Projects Unlimited, Inc., Cherie Fields is already proving how she helps her nonprofit and association clients become more marketing and outreach oriented. Continue reading
How many times do we have to hear the phrase, “these tough economic times?” If you’re like me, you might be getting a little tired of hearing that phrase in countless conversations or reading it in countless articles. Continue reading
Ed Fields of Projects Unlimited, left, meets with Kevin Katechis, CEO of Advanced Skin Technology, at the Innovation Depot to talk administrative issues for nonprofit Southside Ball Association.
Kevin Katechis relies heavily on volunteers to run a small nonprofit sports organization during the summer with a razor-thin budget. Continue reading
By Blake Tommey Photo by Jason Wallis
Partners: Husband Ed Fields and wife Cherie Fields.
What is it? Projects Unlimited is an association management company based out of the Innovation Depot on First Avenue North. Ed and Cherie Fields are expert guns-for-hire by multiple non-profit organizations, and they provide public relations, event planning, day-to-day administration, a board of directors, membership and accounting. Continue reading