Marci Mayer Eisen will receive her CPC (Certified Professional Coach) in April 2016 through the College of Executive Coaching and is working toward the ACC. Her coaching specialization is career satisfaction and nonprofit leadership.
Marci is Director of the Jewish Federation of St. Louis’ Millstone Institute, a community-wide approach to inspire, train and connect volunteer leaders and professionals. Through collaborative processes and extensive personal engagement, Marci oversees leadership programs, board training, professional development, and coaching peer-networking. Marci works closely with professionals in the St. Louis Jewish community, throughout St. Louis region, and colleagues in other cities to share ideas and resources.
Marci previously worked at JCRC as Coordinator of the Bohm Social Justice Initiative where she promoted inter-faith volunteerism. She spent the majority of her career at the Jewish Community Center where she developed hundreds of family programs and focused on community outreach. She also coordinated the JCC 120th Anniversary Celebration and the oversaw the opening festivities for the JCC Marilyn Fox Building in Chesterfield.
A native of Philadelphia, Marci has a BS in Human Development from Penn State, MSW from Wurzweiler School of Social Work, and Certificate in Leadership and Non-Profit Management from the University of Missouri St. Louis. She is a graduate of both Focus St. Louis' CORO Women in Leadership Program and Leadership St. Louis and has attended hundreds of seminars and workshops locally and nationally. With a deep commitment to social work education and mentoring newer staff, Marci has supervised over 30 MSW students, including international students. Marci presents on the subject of group dynamics, effective boards and teams, inquiry and community building. She is a recipient of the Jewish Federation of St. Louis Fred A. Goldstein Professional Excellence Award, the National JCC Association Yakir Professional Award and the 2015 St. Louis Kollel Community Leadership Award.