Ben Bisbee | Principal + Founder
I support most of the day-to-day client consulting needs and proudly set the focus and direction of Rhinocorn's vision and purpose as an industry leader.
I have over 20 years of experience in the nonprofit industry building successful and award winning community and development programs for nonprofits of all shapes and sizes. I have been proudly contracted to solve problems, create national fundraising and CSR platforms, and mentor leaders through new or difficult challenges nationwide.
And I love a challenge. The best nonprofits on the planet are not successful because of their staffing or budgets, but by their spirit and engagement architecture. So I see myself as a very spirited program architect who not only wants to see others succeed but absolutely exceed their own goals.
Beyond my professional merits, I'm also a proud husband, pet owner, writer and idealist.
Joe Takacs | Chief Operating Officer
Joe manages most of the day-to-day operations, accounting, and management for Team Rhinocorn.
He has over a decade of experience in client management and organizational operations with a strong focus on social/electronic media, client services and business strategy. He has a mosaic background working in high-level pharmaceutical communications, helping to run operations for the nation's largest animal welfare organization, and managing clients and operations with several national tech start-ups and leading international communications companies.
Rachael | The Research Raccoon
More than just an adorable face, Rachael has been working side-by-side with Ben for over a decade as one of the best and most effective visual devices possible.
Involved in many of of the presentations and educational experiences with Rhinocorn, Rachel helps to support the simple idea that everyone's individual professional and nonprofit experiences are unique. And as unique, may need additional exploration or research when applying new ideas, methodologies and strategies. So when someone sees Rachael in a presentation or on a document, they know it's ideal to consider additional thoughts or research for their own professional goals.