About our Founder
2Give Management was founded in 2013 by Steph Wood. As a comprehensive business development and management company we work with visionaries who want to start their company or nonprofit and with companies who are operating and already having success. Our specialty is helping visionaries DISCOVER THEIR GIFT, DEFINE THEIR GIFT, DELIVER THEIR GIFT so they can LIVE THEIR GIFT everyday.
2Give Management also provides business coaching and nonprofit organization coaching for those looking to expand or develop new programs or products. Our internal control development has been especially successful for our clients and provides extra stability and lays the foundation for success on every level of business.
Steph Wood is the Founder and CEO of 2Give Management. Her passion is helping others to do what they love for a living. Her belief is that all people are born with GIFTS and those gifts are meant to be developed, honed, and given back to the community and the world through business and initiatives. “Truly, we can only be happy when we are operating in our gifts,” Steph believes. For the past 17 years, Steph Wood has been innovating and helping to start, run, and maintain highly successful companies. Since 2014 alone, 2Give has helped over 30 businesses and organizations through launching, re-launching, re-branding and management services. Since she began her career in business development and management she has secured nearly 5 million dollars in grants and partnerships for her clients. Her business plans have secured over 40,000 dollars for her clients and 2Give Management has a 95% success rate in grant writing projects.
Steph Wood is also the founder The SoCo Post. The SoCo Post is a news and media outlet dedicated to distributing exclusive news and community highlights from the greater Southampton County and Franklin areas of Western Tidewater, Virginia.
She is also a motivational speaker and has nearly 20 years’ experience in coaching and motivating others to reach their goals and overcome adversity. As a Nike Basketball Skill Development Coach, she inspired and taught professional and collegiate basketball players for almost 10 years while also managing several initiatives and business operations for associates in the same field. Currently Steph reaches others through the “Hero Me” speech that motivates others to find the hero within them. Using her life experiences and presentation tools, she inspires and teaches others to take intentional steps to overcome adversity to achieve success. Steph has one daughter, Mady, who is 17 and recently accepted an early commitment to play collegiate softball at Towson University.