Marta Siberio has operated Marta Siberio Consulting, Inc., a business serving government agencies, foundations and non-profit organizations, since 1993. Ms. Siberio offers a range of services that help organizational leaders respond to emerging trends and policies requiring significant organizational changes, including meeting facilitation, leadership development training, executive and team coaching, strategic planning and tactical implementation assistance. She is respected for her ability to think strategically, communicate complex ideas simply and directly, and motivate both executives and line staff to achieve change.
Prior to the founding of Marta Siberio Consulting, Inc., Ms. Siberio served as Acting Deputy Commissioner in the New York City Health Department from 1989 to 1992, and in the New York City Mayor’s Office of Operations as a policy analyst on child welfare, AIDS and homeless policy issues from 1983 to 1989. Ms. Siberio also applied her talents in Russia and the emerging democracies of Central Asia directing various humanitarian assistance programs.
Ms. Siberio is a Masters public policy graduate of New York University’s Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, the Harvard University Kennedy School Program for Senior Executives in Government, and the National Coalition of Hispanic Health and Human Services Organization’s Hispanic Health Leadership Program. Her undergraduate degree in Political Science is from Amherst College. Ms. Siberio is a founding member of the professional Hispanic women’s organization, 100 Hispanic Women, and has served on the Board of other nonprofits.