National Executive Service Corps (NESC) is pleased to announce that Sharon Genin will join the nonprofit professional services firm as Vice President and Regional Director for Northern New Jersey, effective immediately. In her new position Ms. Genin will be responsible for developing and managing all NESC consulting projects in Northern New Jersey.
Sharon Genin into our organization,” said Betsy Weber, President of NESC. “Sharon’sextensive project leadership experience from her various executive roles in the international commodities industry, combined with her recent work with nonprofits, will provide a remarkable advantage for our Northern New Jersey clients.”
Ms. Genin’s for-profit experience includes over 20 years of creating and managing structured trade and commodities financing products for an international clientele. She has worked in New York City, Singapore, Paris and London for such firms as Swiss Bank Corporation (UBS) and BNP Paribas.
In 2001 Ms. Genin retired from banking and returned to the US, focusing her attention on her new husband and on a topic of long-term interest: historic preservation of built heritage. She enrolled in graduate studies at Columbia University’s School of Architecture and joined the French Heritage Society as a marketing consultant planning international approaches to fundraising. She also is the project manager for a trilogy of specialty books on architectural conservation written by John Stubbs, a well-known international preservationist and published by John Wiley & Sons. Time Honored: A Global View of International Architecture Conservation, published in 2009, was followed in 2011 by and Architectural Conservation in Europe and the Americas: National Experiences and Practice. A third volume is targeted for 2014.
In continuing her passion, Ms. Genin is currently the vice chair of Egremont Historic Commission and Treasurer of Great Barrington Historical Society, both in Western Massachusetts.
“In today’s economically challenged environment, the insights and business acumen that NESC’s strategic volunteers can bring to agencies in Northern New Jersey is vital. They need imaginative and effective support to sustain their operations and achieve their missions,” Ms. Genin said of her appointment. “I am delighted to be a change agent in helping identify and cultivate these opportunities, and continue the 30-year NESC tradition of serving the Region’s agencies with diligence and excellence.”
Ms. Genin holds a BA in Trans-cultural Studies Montclair State University, an MA in International Affairs/International Economics and Graduate Certificate in Soviet Economics, both from Columbia University. She and her husband are residents of Morris Plains, New Jersey and Egremont, Massachusetts.
For a preliminary consultation, please contact Ms. Genin at 201-675-7598 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.