Margie Lawlor has successfully combined her professional strengths in communications, marketing, strategic nonprofit management and analysis to build a career advancing the effectiveness of the social sector. From her work at the turn of the century in the United Way system, through a successful consulting practice, to her current leadership role in a Community Action agency, Margie has gained a breadth of wisdom informing her work. Areas of specific content knowledge include early childhood education, K-12 education, family strengthening, housing, healthcare, poverty reduction and community change. Margie has a B.A. in Cultural Anthropology and Spanish from George Mason University and a Master of Public Administration from Binghamton University. She lives in Corning, New York where she is surrounded by the loving family of a husband and two young adult sons. She is inspired by her origins in a large Irish family from the working class suburbs of Philadelphia.
Term: July 1, 2019- June 30, 2022