WTC Solutions engages in community building activities through numerous collaborations.

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WTC Solutions Strategic Planning Service for Charities (SPSC) © is made possible by subsidized not-for-profit rates and volunteer hours donated by experienced strategic planning consultants.

WTC Solutions partners with like-minded consultants, who leverage our proven methodology to ensure success.


A group to discuss and share best practices, news, and stories about building and growing a great SaaS company. Let's talk growth, onboarding, retention, metrics, efficiency and scale!


WTC Solutions' Lauren Thibodeau has organized and collaborated on numerous Meetup events in Canada's capital city and online.




Lauren planned and facilitated the most recent Strategic Planning session at our local charity, iSisters Technology Mentoring. During the planning phase, she brought useful and relevant experience to the process and showed flexibility in designing a session that would meet our needs. During the session, she competently managed the process and agenda, ensuring we achieved the desired outcome on schedule. If you want someone who can be relied upon to deliver on commitments using an approach that is both business-like and warm, I recommend Lauren.

Claire Toplis, Board Chair, iSisters Technology Mentoring


I worked with Lauren on developing a Strategic Planning Day for our Board of Directors - Stratford Summer Music (SSM) and management staff. Lauren was most generous of her time and expertise with regards to knowledge transfer and advisory support as our Board had limited funds at that time. The templates Lauren offered and organized with me were extremely helpful and ones which SSM utilized again this year. Lauren’s organizational skills and aptitude in understanding how not-for-profit organizations operate is an asset and one I would encourage others in the charitable sector to utilize. She ‘gets it’.

Betsy Little, Board Member, Stratford Summer Music; Past CEO, Alzheimer Society, London and Middlesex