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									                                        MARK HAAS CMC, FIMC
                                            Bethesda, MD 20816
                               (301) 320-5889 (office) • (301) 442-5889 (mobile)

Award-winning management expert who has transformed dozens of businesses, government agencies and
nonprofits. Technology-savvy, high-energy, results-driven leader with a successful record of organization-
wide performance improvement. Trusted advisor to executives and boards in human services, education,
energy, technology, finance, healthcare, research, engineering and member services organizations.

 Strategic/agile planning          Mission/results focus                Ethics/social responsibility
 Change/project management         Budgeting/financial management       Diversity/transparency
 Analysis/evaluation                Leadership/team building            Collaboration/alliance building

Research and Organization Management, Inc., Bethesda, MD                                        1994 to Present
Founder and President, Certified Management Consultant (CMC)
 Revitalize and grow organizations to improve quality and profitability, build alliances, expand marketing,
  strengthen leadership and governance, manage talent and implement performance management systems.
 Improve strategy, operations and culture for nonprofit, public and private organizations by designing and
  implementing integrated business models.
 Facilitate high-profile groups, including sessions on WWIV military strategy, national health security,
  recovery from nuclear terrorism, nonprofit growth strategy, and board development.

  Representative Achievements
 Restored a money-losing $20MM organization to profitability through new performance management
  systems in leadership, finance, stakeholder relations, fundraising, program and administrative processes,
  and human resources (for CEO of a human services nonprofit).
 Safeguarded $125MM in grants at risk by creating a new state education agency, restructuring grants
  management information systems and improving compliance (for Superintendent of a state department of
 Restructured strategy and aligned division-wide operations resulting in more effective administration,
  employee placement, communication, customer services, information technology, and performance
  measurement (separately for chief executives of seven divisions of a $27B biomedical research agency).
 Improved operations and constituent services by merging two nonprofits (for Presidents and Boards of
  scientific and advocacy organizations, now a $100MM nonprofit).
 Developed product and market strategy for new lines of sustainable energy services (for VP and General
  Manager of one of the largest utilities in the US).
 Led teams of examiners for Baldrige quality assessments and site visits for organizations in healthcare,
  manufacturing, services, education, nonprofit, small business and trade association areas.

 Representative Clients
 American Medical Association                                US Department of Health and Human Services
 Volunteers of America Chesapeake                            US Department of Energy
 Consortium for Ocean Leadership                             Prime Alliance (financial services startup)
 Office of State Superintendent of Education                 MITRE Center for Enterprise Modernization
 National Institutes of Health (multiple units)              Florida Power and Light
 Credit Union National Association                           Southern Alliance for Clean Energy

                                                                                                 June 2011
Mark R. Haas CMC, FIMC (301) 320-5889
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Board Chair and CEO, Institute of Management Consultants USA, Washington, DC                    2006 to 2008
Revitalized a 2,000 member professional association, turning a persistent $250K budget deficit into a surplus
of $160K. Designed new strategy, controlled expenses, built alliances, and restructured communications,
branding, certification, website, volunteer programs and member services (80 hours/month as a volunteer).
Project Manager, ICF Resources, Fairfax, VA                                                  1987 to 1994
Managed energy consulting practice, recognized as national expert/expert witness in technology and policy,
advised National Energy Strategy, and led national scale systems modeling and R&D planning efforts. Advised
public and private clients on resource management, technology, investment, commercialization, regulation,
and sustainability strategies for energy and environmental projects and lines of business.
Principal, Lewin and Associates, Inc., Washington, DC                                          1979 to 1987
Advised commercial and federal clients on engineering, technology commercialization, legislation and R&D
planning. Conducted detailed engineering analyses and built systems models to advise on policy/regulation.

 Harvard Kennedy School (of Government), Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, Master of City and
  Regional Planning, Energy and Environmental Policy specialization, Teaching Assistant for graduate
  energy/environment program.
 Colgate University, Hamilton, NY, Bachelor of Arts, Biology, Konosioni Senior Honor Society.
 Certified Management Consultant (CMC) (recertified in 2009).
 Commercial Pilot’s License, Instrument Rating.
 Additional technical certifications in management, assessment, analysis and engineering.

 Institute of Management Consultants USA, Fellow of the Institute (FIMC, youngest in IMC history);
  Distinguished Service Award; National Board Chair/CEO; Ethics Officer; Conference Program Chair; Chapter
  President; Trustee to the International Council of Management Consulting Institutes; Webmaster
 Society of Petroleum Engineers, Young Member Outstanding Service Award; Washington, DC, Chapter
  President; global Technical Information Committee Chair; K-12 Education Committee Leader
 Winner of several golf tournaments.

 Faculty for American Management Association, Institute of Management Consultants
 Author of Code of Ethics and Enforcement Procedures for the management consulting profession (for IMC)
 Author of Daily Tips for Consultants, total of 1,500 daily posts, subscribers in 100 countries
 Author of more than 25 technical papers, book chapters and articles, including in peer reviewed journals
 Seminar/webinar instructor in business simulation, decision making, ethics and management
 Teaching Fellow at Harvard University for natural resource and population policy issues

 Institute of Management Consultants USA        International Council of Management Consulting Institutes
 Ethics and Compliance Officers Association     Association for Strategic Planning
 Harvard Kennedy School DC Alumni Council       Health Information Management Systems Society

                                                                                                June 2011

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