Margo Walsh has over 20 years of experience in recruiting, staffing and employee development. Recruiting for the Investment Banking Division within Goldman Sachs, Margo worked to develop the Diversity Round Table in order to provide mentorship and assimilation support for people of diverse backgrounds. For ten years following she recruited for the rapid expansion of the international human resources consulting firm, Hewitt. While at Hewitt she worked to incorporate the curriculum of the American Institute for Managing Diversity and targeted recruiting for Asia.
As a consultant, Margo travels extensively to discuss the challenges facing Americans struggling to earn even meager incomes and accessing the social services they deserve. In 2014 MaineWorks was recognized as the most successful innovative business in the State of Maine by SCORE. Margo Walsh was honored as one of five Women to Watch by MaineBiz Magazine. MaineWorks is featured on the video for the Federal Minimum Wage Campaign.
With a passion for economic and social development, Margo has steered MaineWorks to recently receive Certification as a B-Corporation which demonstrates that her for profit-company has a specific and measurable social mission.
Margo grew up in Cumberland, Maine and graduated from Waynflete School in Portland. After earning a BA in Psychology from Wheaton College, Margo moved to New York City and began a career in College and MBA recruiting.
Margo consults extensively with State agencies, organizations and individuals interested in developing or incorporating the MaineWorks business model or its unique social mission.