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Naomi Korb Weiss

Naomi Korb Weiss Consultant
nkorbweiss@tccgrp.com

Education: MBA in Strategy, NYU Stern School of Business; MPA in Nonprofit Management, NYU Wagner School of Public Service; BS in Marketing and Rhetoric, University of Maryland

Naomi Korb Weiss is a Consultant at TCC Group, bringing 12 years of experience in nonprofit management and executive leadership with expertise in strategic planning, program design, operations, financial management, and training and professional development. Since beginning at TCC Group, she has worked with a range of clients including the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Kansas Healthcare Foundation, The Actors Fund, and Ada S. McKinley Community Services.

Before joining TCC Group, Naomi was CEO of the PresenTense Group – an international nonprofit focused on training and mentoring social entrepreneurs – where she led the organization through a period of strategic growth over five years, expanding its reach into new markets and new products to meet evolving customer demand. Naomi managed and developed PresenTense’s Design Thinking curriculum and built a Train-the-Trainer model to scale its reach. She frequently facilitated workshops and trainings to organizations and entrepreneurs across the country.

Previously, Naomi worked in experiential education, managing training and leadership development at the Foundation for Jewish Camp and JEXNET and serving as Special Assistant to the President at Hillel’s International Center.

Naomi earned her MBA in Strategy and MPA in Nonprofit Management from NYU’s Stern School of Business and Wagner School of Public Service, where she was a Wexner Graduate Fellow. Naomi also holds a B.S. in Marketing and Rhetoric from the University of Maryland. She is a graduate of Babson College’s Symposium on Entrepreneurship Education and of Advanced Education’s Transformational Leadership Program. Naomi sits on the board of UJA Federation of New York’s Tov B’Yachad division.

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