Gensler is a firm that provides services to nonprofit clients. They primarily provide their services regionally, with most clients in California and Texas (although they are present in other states as well).
Most Gensler clients are real estate services, elementary and secondary schools, colleges, universities, and professional schools, child and youth services, community housing services, amateur sports, youth sports, and recreational services, and religious organizations with revenues ranging from $5.6 million to $103 million.
|1||Harvard-Westlake School (HWS)||501(c)(3)||Studio City, CA|
|2||Vanguard University of Southern California||501(c)(3)||Costa Mesa, CA|
|3||Evelyn Rubenstein Jewish Community Center of Houston||501(c)(3)||Houston, TX|
|4||Presbyterian School||501(c)(3)||Houston, TX|
|5||Covenant House Texas||501(c)(3)||Houston, TX|
|6||Dignitymoves||501(c)(3)||San Francisco, CA|
|7||Friendship Educational Foundation||501(c)(3)||Redondo Beach, CA|
|8||The Alliance Center||501(c)(3)||Denver, CO|
|9||Iowa Soccer Development Foundation||501(c)(3)||Des Moines, IA|
|10||The 2033 Higher Education Development Foundation||501(c)(3)||Austin, TX|
Competitors to Gensler in the nonprofit sector include National Management Resources, Oxford Health Insurance, Inc, Msi Financial Services Inc., Brighthouse Securities, LLC, Legg Mason Investor Services, LLC, Commonspirit Health, Ivy Funds, Oppenheimer Funds Inc., Victory Variable Insurance Funds, and Voya Financial Advisors Inc.
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