Margie DuBrow became the Director of the Nonprofit Executive Leadership Institute in July 2009. Prior to that, she was the principal consultant in Creative Management Strategies, Inc., a firm which specializes in community planning and building the institutional capacity of nonprofit organizations. She has a strong track record of effectively managing county-wide cross-system planning committees, which oversee the development, launch, operation, and evaluation of programs that strengthen families and communities.
He has served as Legal Officer with both the Office of the UN High Commissioner for
Refugee (UNHCR) and the UN World Health Organization (WHO), AIDS Program. Before
joining the UN, he was a staff attorney at Community Legal Services in Philadelphia
serving as Director of the Southeast Asian Refugee Project, providing free legal aid to low-income people in Philadelphia. He is also past founding director of the Liberty Center for Survivors of Torture, a project of Lutheran Children and Family Services, established to
serve newcomers fleeing human rights violations
He serves on the Boards of local public interest organizations, government, and foundations,
including the Board of the Merchants Fund, the Wachovia Regional Foundation, and The Philadelphia Awards.In the summer of 2008, Philadelphia Mayor Nutter appointed him as a Commissioner to the Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations. He is former Board member of the Delaware Valley Grantmakers, and Southeast Asian Mutual Assistance Coalition. He is author of numerous articles on diverse topics dealing with immigration, public health and management, and is co-editor of the text Social Work and Immigration (NY: Springer Publication) published in October 2008.