No project is too complicated for ESC Consultant Marilyn Stempler.
During her tenure as a partner at Brown Rudnick, Marilyn litigated complex business cases, chaired the Employment Practice Group, oversaw the redesign and build out of over 850,000 square feet of office space in five cities, and served as an international elections supervisor. Now at ESC, she enjoys working with nonprofits seeking to solve a myriad of interrelated issues with limited resources.
Since joining ESC in 2010 Marilyn has excelled at helping clients break large challenges into manageable pieces, and then reassemble those pieces into an actionable plan. In 2015, she was awarded the Edmund V. Marshall Outstanding Project of the Year Award for her team’s work with a $70M human service agency. Other projects have included relocating and doubling the size of a public school, helping an initiative launched by the Mayor’s Office to establish itself as an independent 501c3, reorganizing programs at multi-service organization to eliminate silos, and developing a new staffing and financial model for a national agency pioneering a new approach to healthcare.
Marilyn approaches each project with the firm belief, “there is no one solution to the problem an organization is facing. There could be several solutions, and by working collaboratively we can figure it out together.”
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(Photo: Marilyn Stempler)