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Marc W. Goldsmith, PE

President, MGALLC

• Marc Goldsmith creates value for energy companies through innovative thinking and action. His intimate knowledge of the power and energy business helps create competitive advantage, leading edge products and services, profitability, and successful companies. He has solved problems in all aspects...
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ASME, June 2012 to June 2013

President of an international engineering society with over 130,000 members. Chair Board of Governors. Member of compensation Committee

Governor at Large  
ASME, January 2007 to January 2010

Engineers Without Borders, USA, January 2006 to January 2007

Marc Goldsmith & Associates LLC, June 2005 to Present, Boca Raton, Florida United States
(Management & Professional Practice)
Recently provided facilitation in the development of energy auction strategy. Presented energy policy questions rising from the events following the Japanese earthquake to both law firms and national laboratories Provide strategic and critical thinking to leaders at all levels.

Marc Goldsmith & Associates LLC, June 2005 to Present

Cutting edge consulting in engineering leadership with an emphasis on energy companies. Global thinking in a rapidly shrinking world which requires increasing skills in knowledge management. Critical thinking skills support for leaders that are wise enough to use a knowledgeable third opinion. Board level experience in strategy, compensation, and generative ( the why) thinking.

Vice President  
Stone & Webster Management Consultants Inc., July 2003 to July 2004, Boston, Massachusetts United States
(Energy Consulting)

Director, Technology Innovation & Management, Advanced Energy Systems  
Arthur D. Little, June 1998 to January 2003, Cambridge, Massachusetts United States
(Management Consulting)

Energy Research Group, Inc., June 1975 to June 1998, Waltham, Massachusetts United States
Founder and President of a nuclear and energy technology consulting firm did over 500 projects over a 23 year time frame. Worked internationally with projects ranging from nuclear safety, rate recovery, environmental externalities, to energy efficiency and distribution operations. Worked with utilities, equipment manufacturers and governments.


Massachusetts Institute of Technology  
Nuclear Engineering, Jan, 1968 to Jan, 1972

Massachusetts Institute of Technology  
Nuclear Engineering, Jan, 1968 to Jan, 1972

State University of New York Maritime College  
Marine Nuclear Science, Jan, 1964 to Jan, 1968


ASME Fellow 2001

ASME Distinguished Service

Pan American Academy of Engineering, Academician
Elected Member of the Academy 2012