Mark Haas CMC, FIMC
President, Research and Organization Management
Mark helps executives transform organizations to build capacity and better perform against mission, with an emphasis on progressive social causes and science,
technology and R&D-focused organizations. He also facilitates groups through change in settings ranging from World War IV military strategy and response to nuclear terrorism to nonprofit member
services and board performance.
Recent projects include revitalizing a nonprofit human service nonprofit, advising a biotech startup, developing strategy for an environmental advocacy group, reorganizing several National Institutes of Health biomedical research centers, and merging two professional associations. Mark has served in nonprofit leadership roles, including as past national Board Chair and CEO and current Ethics Chair of the Institute of Management Consultants USA and committee chair and chapter president of several engineering societies. Since 2005, he is the author of Daily Tips for Consultants.
He is a Certified Management Consultant, a Fellow of IMC USA, author, expert witness, invited speaker, lead Baldrige quality examiner, advisor to national technical and professional bodies, and has been listed in Who’s Who Among Emerging Leaders and Who’s Who in America. He holds degrees in biology from Colgate University, where he was elected to the Konosioni senior honor society, and planning from Harvard University, where he was a Teaching Fellow for undergraduate and graduate students.
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