• change management
  • CURRICULUM DESIGN & FACILITATION
  • Executive Leadership
  • HUMAN PERFORMANCE EVALUATIONS
  • INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT
  • OPERATIONAL REVIEWS
  • ORGANIZATIONAL DESIGN & ASSESSMENT
  • PROJECT & PROGRAM MANAGEMENT
  • STRATEGIC INFORMATION PLANNING
  • TECHNOLOGY & STRATEGY

Michael E.

Nonprofit Consulting

Education


Dickinson College - BA Psychology
Willamette University, Atkinson Graduate School of Management - MBA International Business
and Public Policy

Biography


Michael’s expertise incorporates over 25 years of problem solving, demonstrated aptitudes and leadership capabilities which save organizations time, create business opportunities and deliver tangible results. Having worked across the US and around the world, and with a passion about people, Michael demonstrates an extensive appetite for technology and deep competencies with process improvement, organizational excellence and facilitation. He is an executive coach and accompanies C-Level decision makers with some of their biggest challenges. His technology and systems capabilities enable organizations to increase their value and impact, while also possessing a fluency in strategic information management and process activation. Michael’s clients include nationally known cultural non-profits and higher education systems, Fortune 100 and private organizations, large urban municipalities and governmental entities.

Michael helps individuals and organizations find their optimal pace, purpose and efficiency. He previously led a commercial real estate company, served as the Director of Operations for an international development foundation and spent numerous years with Delotte. He holds a Master of Business Administration degree in international management and public policy. Additional credentials include Lean Six Sigma green belt certification along with substantial aptitudes and proficiencies with Myers-Briggs, the Highlands Ability Battery, EchoSpan 360 Feedback tools, StrengthFinders 2.0 assessments, B.A.N.K. Systems and the Hogan.