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Marcie Schorr Hirsch, Ed.D
Dr. Marcie Schorr Hirsch consults, writes and presents on organizational behavior and management issues. Hirsch is a prolific writer on workplace issues and has co-authored and contributed to several books including: Roads Taken (Stylus, 2004); Workplace Diversity: A Manager's Guide to Solving Problems and Turning Diversity into a Competitive Advantage (Adams Media Corporation); Educating Managers (Josey Bass); and Managing Your Maternity Leave (Houghton Mifflin). She has been a regular contributor to People Management (a UK publication) and a writer for the management column in Working Women magazine.

Hirsch is frequently tapped for her expertise on workplace issues, is often quoted in BostonWorks (Boston Sunday Globe) and has appeared on the Today Show, Chronicle, as well as the PBS Emmy Award-winning Out of Work. In addition, Hirsch has been the executive producer for several videos on work and careers, including The Recruiting Game and Good Job as well as broadcast programs The Good News About Being Fired and Dream Jobs.

Prior to forming Hirsch/Hills, Hirsch held senior positions at Wellesley College, Brandeis University, and Tufts University. Hirsch holds a doctorate from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. She served as the President of the Human Resources Leadership Forum, a Boston-based professional association, from 2004 to 2007 and continues as a member of their board. She also serves as the Vice President of the Belmont Library Foundation.

Lisa Berman Hills
Lisa Berman Hills focuses on organizational strategy and design for clients in both the not-for-profit and corporate sectors. Her expertise includes: organizational change, leadership, high-performing teams, and talent management. She frequently coaches senior executives on strategy and management challenges.

Hills is a contributing author to Roads Taken (Stylus, 2004), has been quoted in the BostonWorks section of the Boston Sunday Globe, and was a co-founder of the Women's Mentoring Network, an initiative of Jewish Vocational Services of Boston. Hills was the executive producer for Good Job and was involved with the production of The Recruiting Game.

Prior to launching Hirsch/Hills, Hills served as the Assistant Dean of Student Affairs at Brandeis University where she was involved in policy making and strategic planning for the institution. She also served as the Director of the Hiatt Career Development Center, designing career programs and providing services to undergraduate and graduate students as well as alumni.

Hills holds a masters in public administration with a specialization in management strategy and corporate public policy from the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University. Hills serves as the Executive Vice President for Temple Emanuel of Newton, is the chair of the Religious School Strategic Planning Committee, and chaired the largest ever synagogue mission to Israel from the United States.

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