Juliet Morphew, Senior Consultant
Juliet Morphew serves as senior consultant. She specializes in small business solutions, evaluations, financial analysis, business development strategies, strategic planning and execution, board restructuring, advisory board recommendations and plans for growing companies and organizations into forward motion.
Short Hills, New Jersey
Drawing upon her experience in three core disciplines–business management, ideation, and facilitation—Kirsten teaches fail-safe methods that have been successfully used in many corporate and nonprofit environments as practical and effective approaches to creativity, innovation, and problem solving. Formerly Vice President of Product Management and Marketing at Pearson, she oversaw the creation of breakthrough “digital-first” K-12 curriculum. Kirsten received her undergraduate degree in Social Science from Hampshire College, her master’s degree in Education from Teacher’s College at Columbia University, and her training in innovation and facilitation methods from SIT (Systematic Inventive Thinking). She teaches Design Thinking and Communication and Innovation at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY.
Mary Connolly, Associate Consultant
Ramsey, New Jersey
Mary Connolly serves as associate consultant. She has served as Chief Development Officer for Spence-Chapin Services; as Vice President of Development for Parent Project Muscular Dystrophy; as Director of Development and Communications for Episcopal Social Services; and as the CEO of Gilda’s Club Northern New Jersey. Her consulting work has been primarily with start-up and transitioning non-profits; conducting organizational assessments and creating fundraising plans and assisting with fundraising events.
Douglas Adams, Associate Consultant
Douglas Adams serves as associate consultant. He has been Executive Director of the National Repertory Orchestra in Breckenridge, Colorado since February 2011. He came to the NRO from the Dallas Symphony Orchestra where he was President from 2008 until October 2010. As President of the DSO, Adams led the largest performing arts organization in the Southwest. He was responsible for overseeing all the artistic and administrative operations of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra which include the presentation of over 150 concerts a year, with a budget of more than $28 million.