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Alayna C. Myrick
Managing Director
Integrated Development Group
Eberhardt School of Business
3601 Pacific Avenue
Stockton, CA 95211

Integrated Development Group (IDG)

The Integrated Development Group (IDG) is a student-driven, management consulting group sponsored by the University of the Pacific in Stockton, California. Founded in 2010, IDG seeks to accelerate high-impact social entrepreneurs and enterprises through an interdisciplinary approach to problem solving. The idea for IDG came out of the needs expressed by non-profit and sustainable development organizations for increased access to business services that help them to fulfill their missions. Today, 95% of non-profit organizations say that their social impact would grow with the support of pro-bono assistance. Thus, by offering pro-bono services to our clients, we aim to assist in the development and future sustainability of these organizations.

IDG meets its clients' needs by developing tailored deliverables in a variety of services such as strategic planning, marketing campaigns, web page design, program strategizing, fundraising, business planning, industry research, and organizational development. IDG's portfolio consists of 20 past projects and prior clients, both international and domestic, have included healthcare companies, impact investment funds, and small- and large-scale nonprofits, each of whose mission statement has been advanced through IDG's work. 

IDG is comprised of a skilled team of undergraduate students who provide assistance to organizations through the completion of management consulting services. The student consultants represent a wide range of academic disciplines across Pacific's seven colleges and are deeply committed to the betterment of our local, national, and international communities. The student consultants of IDG are familiar with the topics of social entrepreneurship, domestic and international community development, and possess specific skills from various backgrounds such as business, international relations, political science, engineering, economics, and the health sciences. IDG is sponsored by the Eberhardt School of Business and is closely mentored and advised by its faculty.

  • 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

Mission Statement

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

Project Experience: Experience by Location:
  • 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, NY
  • Cape Town, South Africa
  • Otjiwarongo, Namibia
  • Cairo, Egypt
  • Dimen, China