Margo Levine Newman
Margo has almost 20 years of experience in environmental policy consulting, largely to the federal government. She was a partner at Mercer Management Consulting (formerly Temple, Barker & Sloane) and Clayton Environmental Consultants where she led consulting engagements with the Federal government and private clients in a wide variety of areas including regulatory impact analysis, market analysis, risk analysis training and strategic planning. Her areas of expertise included issues related to safe drinking water and hazardous waste regulation. She also ran North American recruiting for the US and Canadian offices of Mercer Management Consulting for two years.
In recent years, Margo has focused on working with non-profit organizations. She served as Board Chair of the Esplanade Association, friends group for Boston’s iconic Charles River Esplanade, from 2010-2016. She joined the board of the organization in 2009 and is now a Director Emeritus. She is currently a member of the board of the Associates of the Boston Public Library, an independent non-profit organization dedicated to conserving the Boston Public Library's special collections of rare books, manuscripts, and other items of significant historic interest. Her previous non-profit experience also includes leadership positions at multiple educational, community and philanthropic organizations.
Margo received her B.S. in Chemical Engineering and an M.S. in Management Science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.