has been Managing Director of Bernuth & Williamson since 2002, working with leading nonprofits, foundations, and academic institutions around the world on issues of organizational strategy and effectiveness. In 2000, he was a visiting Senior Fellow in the philanthropy program at the Aspen Institute; earlier he held fellowships at the Salzburg Seminar in Austria and the Korea Development Institute in Seoul. Based in Washington, DC, he has taught nonprofit management at Georgetown University since 2001, training hundreds of nonprofit leaders in the U.S. and abroad through the Center for Public and Nonprofit Leadership. His research on building nonprofit capacity and measuring performance in nonprofits, which appeared in The McKinsey Quarterly, has been widely cited in the academic literature. Before joining B&W, he spent many years in senior management positions at the worldwide office of The Nature Conservancy, including terms as Director of Communications and Vice President for Marketing. His redesign of Nature Conservancy magazine won multiple awards from Folio. He was also the lead author of three organization-wide strategic plans and helped design two capital campaigns. He has served in leadership positions on the boards of many nonprofits and other philanthropic entities. Educated at the Phillips Exeter Academy, he graduated summa cum laude from Princeton University.