About

Susan Woods Nonprofit Solutions

Susan Woods Nonprofit Solutions helps nonprofit professionals start, fund, manage, sustain, and reinstate 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations.

Susan Woods, the Consultant, started a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization called “Comprehensive Community-Based Solutions, Incorporated” in 2003 to provide services in local communities to help citizens realize their full potential. 

Susan completes the “Form 1023: Application for Recognition of Exemption” for clients across the United States. Her IRS approval rating is 100 percent. 


Susan Woods completed the Nonprofit Management Certificate Programs at the following universities:

    • Duke University, 2017
    • Winthrop University, 2016
    • Wake Forest University, 2015

Susan Woods is also a three-time graduate of Winthrop University in Rock Hill, SC earning …

    • Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration;
    • Master of Arts in Teaching; and
    • Master of Business Administration

Her career in training and development started as a high school business education teacher and progressed to include teaching at several community colleges and ultimately at several corporate entities. 

Questions? Text Susan Woods at 704.968.2769.


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5 Replies to “About”

  1. Hi SUSAN , I watched both of your videos on you tube and totally understand your concerns with the Black Lives Matter donations . I did find one thing that you may not know . The one organization in Santa Clarity is a totally different organization than the Black Lives Matter movement. I did find that out but still do not know if the Black lives matter chapters are actual registered legal non profits . I did see where Act Blue donates most of their money and concluded that if I donate to BLM that my money is going towards the upcoming democratic elections . Please tell me I’m wrong . Thank you !! Carol

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  2. I applaud your video on the results of your investigation into blm.
    I do have a question for you though. Is it not racist to say blm? I think so. Don’t all lives matter? If not, why not? My concern with you Susan is that, if you were going to contribute to blm, does that action tell us that you are racist? My observation of your video tells me otherwise, but the simple fact of you donating to blm says otherwise.
    Please tell us where you stand in this regard.
    Thank you, and ALL LIVES MATTER!

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  3. I was curious at first mention of BLM, not so much there credentials but rather “are they truly out to assist African Americans!?” your information provides additional and very useful information whereas now I at least know what’s going and why they tend to avoid certain opportunities to correct wrongs in our country.

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