Senior Fellow in Social Innovation
Mark Feldman is Principal and Managing Director at Cause Consulting, a business strategy and communications firm helping companies simultaneously strengthen business and impact society. For over twenty-five years, Mark has advised Fortune 500 CEOs, marketing, and foundation executives to create impact-driven approaches, strong programs and memorable stories. Today, he is at the forefront of integrating corporate responsibility, social innovation and communications disciplines.
Mark is recognized as an "exemplary leader in corporate responsibility" by Corporate Responsibility Magazine and is the recipient of a 2015 Presidential Points of Light Award for his on-going leadership and commitment to community involvement and local change. Samuel Adams Brewing the American Dream, Aramark Building Community, Adobe Youth Voices and Hearst for Humanity are among his team's many purpose-driven social issue leadership programs.
Mark's experience spans the corporate, nonprofit, government and consulting sectors. He kicked-off his career by helping ignite the corporate volunteerism movement at New York Cares and developing community programs at Citibank. While at the U.S. Government's Corporation for National Service, he formed public-private partnerships to support and launch AmeriCorps. Later, Mark became the Executive Vice President of Omnicom's Cone Communications, where he built and drove its Cause Branding and corporate responsibility practice.
Mark deeply enjoys sharing his expertise through workshops and trainings with leading industry associations and universities. He has written for Harvard Business Review and Corporate Citizen Magazine. Most recently, Mark and co-author Nikki Korn published "Evolution, Innovation and Best Practices in Corporate Social Impact," a chapter within Spinger's Managing for Social Impact guide book for corporate responsibility practitioners.