Marion brings over 25 years of extensive experience, both domestically and internationally, in the field of Human Resources and Organizational Development from the pharmaceutical, chemical and life sciences industries. Over her career she has supported organizations through rapid growth, mergers, acquisitions and restructurings to meet strategic goals.
Her core competencies include executive and team coaching, talent management, employee engagement, organizational culture, change management, inclusion and diversity, leadership development and team building facilitation.
Collaborating as a trusted advisor with companies such as Dow Chemical, Barr Laboratories, Hoffman-LaRoche and DSM, she led the creation of innovative programs ensuring the engagement, development and retention of key talent across all functional areas including Sales and Marketing, Innovation and Finance.
As a leadership coach, Marion possesses a unique ability to build rapport and trust and challenge high performers to learn and helps them understand how others perceive them. With active listening and genuine compassion to leverage their strengths and address strategic and emotional intelligence gaps, she guides them to become more authentic, effective and influential on their continuing leadership journey.
Marion has a Certified Master Coach (CMC) designation from the Center for Coaching Certification. She is a Hogan Assessment Suite certified consultant and an EverythingDiSC and Five Behaviors of Cohesive Teams national partner.
She earned her MBA in Human Resources from Fairleigh Dickinson University, her BS in Industrial Relations from Ramapo College of NJ and her EEO Certification from Cornell University. Marion also has her SPHR certification. She is an active member of the National Diversity Council, the Society of Human Resources Management (SHRM), Mt. Olive Area Chamber of Commerce (MOACC) and the International Coach Federation (ICF).
Marion has held leadership positions with the Girl Scouts of Northern New Jersey for the past eight years and was recently awarded the Volunteer of Excellence distinction.