Stratiscope Releases 2019 Impact Report [DOWNLOAD]

by | Mar 12, 2020 | City Impact Lab, Community Engagement, Community Resilience, Impact-Makers to Watch, Resources | 0 comments

Download Stratiscope's 2019 Impact ReportStratiscope, a company committed to helping businesses, nonprofits, and government agencies achieve their goals through better community engagement, has published Engagement, Activation, Impact: Stratiscope’s 2019 Year in Review. Download the report here.

Stratiscope Founder and CEO John Bwarie remarked, “This Impact Report is the first time we’ve compiled a year’s worth of our work with businesses, nonprofits, governments, and communities for the general public to see. And for our own team, it’s an interesting ‘look in the mirror’ to see how we’ve expanded our impact. That means a bigger geographical footprint but also HOW our clients are engaging with us.

“For instance, looking back at 2019, we saw a marked participation uptick in our Community Intelligence Officer (ComIO) training programs. Clearly, the word is getting around that effective (and profitable) community engagement requires a deeper understanding of communities’ history, character, and issues—and that community intelligence gathering is an ongoing process.”

Stratiscope's John Bwarie facilitates the City of Glendale's Mayor's Non-Profit Summit

Stratiscope Founder & CEO John Bwarie

The 2019 Impact Report recaps Stratiscope’s effectiveness in 5 vital aspects of community engagement:

  • Community Intelligence
  • Training & Speaking
  • Community Resilience
  • Community Activation & Facilitation
  • Government Community Engagement

Stratiscope’s Bwarie continued, “Beyond being a look back at our 2019—when our work touched more than 3 million people in California alone, the Impact Report also serves as a catalog of our core services. Any organization seeking to strengthen their community engagement efforts should download the report as a resource for their planning process.”


Download Engagement, Activation, Impact: Stratiscope’s 2019 Year in Review