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Ryan Maccuish
Managing Director
Integrated Development Group
3601 Pacific Avenue
Stockton, CA 95211

Integrated Development Group (IDG)

To accelerate high impact social entrepreneurs and enterprises through an interdisciplinary approach to problem solving.

The Integrated Development Group (IDG) is a student-driven, management consulting group sponsored by University of the Pacific. 

What IDG Offers

IDG offers pro-bono consulting to high-impact social entrepreneurs and enterprises. Our group was founded in 2010 to respond to the need among non-profit and sustainable development organizations for low-cost business consulting and other services.

Ninety-five percent of non-profit organizations say that their social impact would grow if they had the support of pro-bono assistance.

We aim to assist in the development and future sustainability of these organizations. We are deeply committed to improving our local, national and international communities.

IDG's portfolio features 20 projects and clients — international and domestic — and includes health care companies, impact investment funds and small- and large-scale nonprofits. Their missions have all been advanced through our work. 

Our Services 

Project Experience

Project Locations

  • Strategic Planning
  • Marketing Campaigns
  • Web Design
  • Program Strategies
  • Fundraising
  • Business Planning
  • Industry Research
  • Organizational Development
  • Marketing Plans
  • Feasibility Studies
  • SWOT Analyses
  • Grant Research/Writing
  • Industry Research
  • Business Development Plans
  • Stockton, CA
  • Palo Alto, CA
  • Boulder, CO
  • Denver, CO
  • New York City
  • Cape Town, South Africa
  • Otjiwarongo, Namibia
  • Cairo, Egypt
  • Dimen, China

Student Benefits

We are a skilled team of undergraduate students who represent a wide range of academic disciplines across Pacific's 10 colleges including economics, business, international relations, political science, engineering and the health sciences.

We are experienced in social entrepreneurship and domestic and international community development.

IDG is sponsored by the Department of Economics and is closely mentored and advised by its faculty.

We benefit in the following ways:

  • Experiential Learning - hands-on consulting projects for real businesses
  • Meaningful Impact - clients are leading social entrepreneurs and enterprises
  • Membership Development - access to conference and training opportunities