As Senior Vice President of Finance and Administration, he focuses on strategic finance, human resources, information technology, conference management, administration, and infrastructure. By mixing business efficiency and insights in analytical prowess, he’s been at the helm of our profitable growth. As a strategic thought-partner, he has created our four focused pillars that guide our human resource work. They center on employee engagement, total compensation, learning & development, and performance management. This work’s power is built around measurement maps that align our strategic goals, investment goals, leading indicators, and business results while overlaid with our racial, gender, transgender, and disability lenses.
Marvin moved to New York City in 1989 to begin his 17-year career as a professional modern dancer. He has danced the works of various choreographers, including Martha Graham, Doug Varone, Ralph Lemon, Ron Brown, and Liz Lerman. After retiring, he was the Human Resources & Business Manager of a boutique public relations firm in New York City. To deepen his human resources work, Marvin completed his MBA practicum as an intern in Human Resources at the international human rights organization Witness.
A native of Kansas City, Missouri, Marvin received his BA from Creighton University, a Certificate in modern dance from the Martha Graham School of Contemporary Dance, and his MFA, in contemporary dance, from New York University/Tisch School of the Arts. After his performing career, Marvin received his MBA in Human Resources and Marketing from Baruch College/Zicklin School of Business. He recently graduated from Southern New Hampshire University with an MS in Accountancy.
Marvin lives in Bethlehem, PA, with his husband George and serves on CenterLink, the board of 200+ LGBT Centers community.