Dr. Judith Kapustin Katz is a licensed psychologist with more than 25 years of experience working with individuals and organizations on leadership and transition issues. Her areas of interest include leadership, assessment for career development and transition, career and outplacement counseling, change management, and coaching to enhance effectiveness. She has been a consultant to management teams in health care, higher education, the profit and not for profit sectors.
Dr. Katz is currently Educational Consultant at Temple University School of Medicine and a core faculty member in several leadership development programs such as: ELAM (Executive Leadership in Academic Medicine), HERS Institutes (for Women in Higher Education Administration) at Bryn Mawr, Wellesley and the University of Denver, NELI, and the North Carolina leadership program for women in academic administration, BRIDGES. Her leadership roles include fourteen years as Director of Career Planning and Placement at Swarthmore College, and a handful of years as Dean of Students at Moore College of Art.
Her experiences in career development also include: ten years as a consultant in the outplacement industry and for several career management and consulting firms; consultant to the Graduate Career Development and Placement Center at Wharton, and Founder and Director of Options (for Women), a community based career management service. Dr. Katz has authored professional articles and made numerous presentations in her areas of expertise. She received her AB in psychology from Temple University, her MA in psychology from the University of Michigan, and her doctoral degree in counseling from the University of Pennsylvania. She is certified in various career and organization development methodologies including the MBTI and Benchmarks 360 and in Cognitive Behavior Therapy.
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. She co-designed and conducted an intensive 60-hour “training-of-trainers” program in outcomes-based planning and evaluation for staff in Community Action Agencies on a state and national level. For over 20 years, she has conducted training programs and technical assistance in strategic planning, organizational management, and evaluation across multiple sectors.