Marcia Brown Mintz
We are thrilled to welcome Marcia Brown Mintz to CFAR as a Senior Advisor. She joins us after almost two decades at Georgetown University where she served for ten years as Associate Provost. Marcia brings deep experience in policy development, analysis, and strategic planning.
Her higher education experience extends across a number of institutions, and included planning and budgeting, compensation and staffing, program development, and governance. Most recently at Georgetown, working alongside faculty and university leadership, she engaged with innovative and strategic interdisciplinary program development and curriculum design, working collaboratively across schools.
Before Georgetown, Marcia was a consultant and managing director for ten years at Cambridge Associates LLC working with colleges and universities, museums, and other endowed institutions. She entered academic administration at Harvard University, serving there for 10 years, first with the Fogg Art Museum followed by appointments as Assistant Dean in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences for faculty affairs and for financial affairs.
“Marcia will be a great asset to CFAR’s long-standing work in higher education and in other sectors. She brings a track record of success, and deep knowledge of college and university work,” said CFAR President and Principal Debbie Bing.
Marcia holds an MPP from Georgetown University and a BS from the George Washington University. She is a fellow of the Georgetown Women’s Leadership Institute and the Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy. She is a co-founder and ex officio member of the board of the Georgetown Scholars Program, a pioneering, nationally recognized program established in 2004 to encourage the success of first-generation and low-income students.