Jack Wolfe has been a Senior Consultant at MOR Associates since 2005. Jack brings his extensive experience and valuable perspective to the strategic projects he supports as well as to the executives he coaches. Jack has been involved in facilitating strategic thinking at MIT and with private sector clients. He has also been engaged in MOR’s leadership programs, presenting sessions on strategy and finance and coaching program participants.
Jack has forty years of experience in marketing and sales, manufacturing, financial and general management in a wide range of industries: process, general industrial, aerospace and defense, medical and instrumentation. He has successfully managed entrepreneurial companies, as well as a group of six operating divisions serving diverse markets with $80 million in sales, and individual divisions as large as $30 million in size. He has been a director of and an investor in fifteen different companies, including five publicly traded entities. He has also been active in an equal number of non-profit organizations, including service to Bryant University as Chairman of its Board of Trustees. He is currently engaged in business and leadership development consulting for technology companies.
Previously, Jack worked for EG&G, Masoneilan International, Litton Industries and the General Electric Company, as a group, division, or manufacturing manager.
He completed the 91st Advanced Management Program at the Harvard Business School. Earlier, he received a Master of Science degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, as an Alfred P. Sloan Fellow, and a Bachelor of Science (E.E.) from Worcester Polytechnic Institute. He has also been awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Business Administration from Bryant University.
Jack lives in Medfield, MA, with his wife, Ancelin, and daughter, Anne, who is at Tufts University. He enjoys squash, community activities, and travel.