Mary Bell, MBA

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NCWIT
Workforce Alliance Relationship Manager Consultant

As a Workforce Alliance Relationship Manager Consultant for NCWIT, Mary partners with organizations to leverage NCWIT’s vast array of services and programs to meet their company’s goals. Mary brings over a decade of experience in operations management, project management, and community engagement to the team. She is passionate about supporting diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) efforts and creating opportunities for individual and organizational excellence.

Mary is also the CEO and Principal Consultant of Max Professional Services, where she provides consulting services to help small businesses and nonprofits develop and implement strategic initiatives. Mary is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and holds an MBA from Kennesaw State University. She has also completed an international consulting residency in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Mary’s unique perspective and results-oriented approach ensure sustainable growth and impactful outcomes.

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