Duffy, a founding partner of Cambridge Hill Partners, is a skilled, experienced manager and consultant who specializes in working in changing, complex environments and in managing "turn-around" situations. Mary Grace was formerly the Director of Employment and Training for Harvard University. In that role, she supervised senior managers responsible for all centrally delivered permanent and temporary employment, customized and open enrollment training, organizational consulting, career development, tuition reimbursement and employee assistance services.
As a consultant, she has worked with presidents, deans, department chairs, boards of directors and senior managers to help them identify and achieve strategic goals. Her strengths include the ability to quickly and comprehensively assess organizational strengths and weaknesses, to work with leaders and senior managers to increase personal and organizational effectiveness and to move complex projects through completion. Her clients have include Brown University, Georgetown University, Princeton University, Trinity College, Tufts University and Wellesley College
Mary Grace has a particular interest in strengthening the performance and management capacity of nonprofit CEOs. Since 2008, she has overseen the innovative Nonprofit CEO Leadership Program that is primarily sponsored by Community Foundation of Tampa Bay and the Bank of America.
Mary Grace served as the subject matter expert for the Harvard Business School Publishing Company’s ManageMentor Project Management business guide. She was previously a faculty member in the MBA program at Simmons College and in the graduate management program at the Harvard Extension School. She holds a master's degree in communications research and a doctoral degree in organizational behavior from Boston University.
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