ACT3 Consulting Partners is a consulting group focusing on [the intersection between] Arts & Culture, Community & Technology. ACT3 was conceived in 2014 by life-long friends: Kendra Ross, Denele Biggs and Tanika Harris. Between the three partners, they represent a wide gamut of experience, areas of expertise and interests. Their experience includes almost 20 years in the music industry, 15+ years in corporate and non-profit sectors and 16+ years in the field of Information Technology for banking and financial institutions. The Partners also represent vast and varied skill sets from Project Management and Program Development to Event Planning, Strategic Planning and Technical Assistance. The Partners are community-engaged servant leaders ready to meet your consulting needs.
The United Labor Agency is a non-profit 501 (c)3 based in Cleveland, Ohio incorporated in 1971. ULA has a strong history of providing workforce development services, and currently holds WIOA contracts in Pittsburgh/Allegheny County as well as Ohio. The United Labor Agency currently performs WIOA Title 1 Adult and Dislocated Worker services for PA CareerLink Pittsburgh/Allegheny County and has since 2015 and also administers additional federal, local and private grants, in both Pennsylvania and Ohio providing services to help individuals achieve the satisfaction of their basic human needs, and to provide opportunities, programs and employment to reach their full human potential.
The Allegheny County Library Association (ACLA) is a federated library system of 46 public libraries delivering service in more than 70 locations. Member Libraries include the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, which has 19 locations, and 45 other libraries and their branches located outside the City of Pittsburgh throughout Allegheny County. Each library is independent and has its own board of directors; as a consortium they share a countywide catalog, jointly offer downloadable books, audios, and videos as well as online databases, and provide a diverse calendar of programming events. The eiNetwork supports the automated library operations, Internet access, and free Wi-Fi services available at all county libraries. Through its coordination, ACLA expands the resources of local libraries beyond what they could accomplish individually.