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EnFocus Strategies (EFS), founded by Tammi Wallace, launched in Houston, Texas in 2012. It is a full-service firm with a core focus on public affairs, governmental affairs and community engagement. EFS has a strong reputation for getting the job done - clearly stating what we are going to do and we do it.  As a result, the firm is routinely sought after by prime contractors to support efforts such as strategic planning and project management.


Since its inception, EFS has been involved in groundbreaking projects such as Connect Community, an innovative community revitalization project, involving Houston Center for Literacy, KIPP Public Schools, St. Luke’s United Methodist Church and the YMCA of Greater Houston. EFS supported the Women’s Health Initiative, a cross-sector advocacy health care collaborative, with strategic planning and project management. EnFocus Strategies supported, through communications and logistical planning, the lead consultant tasked with developing the City of Houston’s ten-year long-range financial plan as well as Hurricane Harvey disaster recovery efforts.

Examples of clients include Arredondo, Zepeda & Brunz, Harris County Public Health, Harris County Sheriff’s Department, Houston Independent School District (HISD)/Barbara Bush Houston Literacy Foundation, Spring Branch ISD, Sprint and Tetra Tech.



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Tammi Wallace 

Founder and Principal Consultant

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Tammi Wallace is widely recognized as a strategist and thought partner, working with organizations on strategic counsel and high-quality consulting.  She launched EnFocus Strategies in 2012 and has worked with an array of clients in government, nonprofit and the private sector.  Tammi has led transformative projects such as one of the first public school district and charter school partnerships in the country, strategy development for a women’s healthcare cross-sector advocacy collaborative, and project management/stakeholder collaboration focused on an innovative community redevelopment model involving education, healthcare and housing.

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