Isaac consults with educational, governmental, and not for profit organizations on strategic planning and workplace culture.


In July 2017 I finally learned the concept that motivates everything my organization does: mattering. Dr. Prilleltensky’s talk was inspiring and enlightening. Thank you Dr. Prilleltensky for helping our organization more effectively tell our story and empower our students and families to understand our program more. Incredibly grateful and still impacted almost a whole year later! Thank you for continuing to make an impact here in Las Vegas.

Erica V. Mosca,
Founder & Executive Director, Leaders in Training, Las Vegas, Nevada

Dr. Isaac Prilleltensky expertly facilitated a two-day strategic planning retreat for administrators and faculty of the College of Educational Studies at Chapman University. His warm personality and excellent sense of humor created an excellent atmosphere. He ensured that all participants had the opportunity to give voice to their questions and comments. As a result of his careful and thoughtful advance planning, the CES team found his time with us to be extremely worthwhile. Dr. Prilleltensky remained available to us as we completed the process and delivered our strategic plan to the provost 12 months later.

Margaret Grogan, PhD,
Dean and Professor Chapman University

The extraordinary impact of Isaac Prilleltensky as a consultant at Oasis Center is still felt over a decade later. He helped us re-imagine our role as youth workers, identify 4 impact areas across 22 services, and produce key documents that guide our work to this day. There is none better.

Judy Freudenthal, Ed.D.,
Oasis Center V.P. of Youth Engagement & External Evaluation

Dr. Isaac came to Montana State University about a decade ago and helped our academic department establish a strategy for unifying a diverse set of disciplines under an umbrella theme. This umbrella theme has provided the Department with a cohesive commonality that has been helpful ever since. Dr. Isaac was funny, wise, and brilliant at helping our Department, and the effects of this one consulting visit from him has made a difference to us ever since.

Deborah C. Haynes, Ph.D.,
Department Head, Department of Health and Human Development
Associate Professor, Consumer Economics