News and Announcements
John Sateja Joins OrgCentric Leadership Team
June 1, 2016 - John Sateja has joined OrgCentric as a Managing Director of the consultancy. "We are exceptionally pleased to welcome John to OrgCentric and excited about the benefits to our clients that John's depth of expertise and innovative thinking will deliver," said Managing Director Frank McGill. "John is a proven leader and expert in strategy and business execution, marketing, digital strategy, product development, and content marketing."
“I am very pleased to join OrgCentric., said John Sateja, “I am passionate about helping nonprofit organizations achieve their mission and growth objectives. OrgCentric has provided strategic leadership, innovative programs, and operational best practices to more than 60 nonprofit organizations and I am excited to become part of its leadership team.”
John previously served as Executive Vice President of Consumer Reports, where he helped the respected nonprofit achieve record levels of audience engagement and revenue performance. He also served as COO of Lexis Nexis – Martindale-Hubbell, directing product development, marketing, content marketing, and operations.
John is a Board member for New Century Education, a nonprofit educational software company providing solutions for learning disabled students, and has served as a Board member for the International Consumer Research and Testing organization working with consumer organizations in more than 30 countries. John is also a faculty member at Seton Hall University and New Jersey City University, teaching global business, marketing, and media.
John joins Frank McGill and Gary Dolzall as members of OrgCentric's senior leadership team.
OrgCentric Launches New Website
June 1, 2016 - OrgCentric today introduced a redesigned website. "Our objectives in developing our new site were really two-fold," said Managing Director Gary Dolzall. "First, we wanted to provide our clients and the professional community with better and more in-depth access to the insights and perspectives our leadership team can deliver on key issues and challenges that nonprofit organizations regularly encounter. And second, as the capabilities and experience of our consultancy continue to expand and evolve, we wished to demonstrate our focus of support to nonprofits, which is centered on three disciplines: Strategic planning and the successful execution of those strategies; revenue growth and diversification; and communications and marketing."
OrgCentric and its leadership team have served more than 60 nonprofit organizations, including professional, medical, and scientific associations; membership organizations; trade associations; foundations and philanthropies; advocacy and policy groups; and NGOs.