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Mar. '81 to Present PRESIDENT McCAFFERY ASSOCIATES MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS, WASHINGTON, D.C. Founded and directs this Company, which has been supporting organizational efforts to manage effectively in a rapidly changing environment, since 1981. Corporate focal points are Information and Communication; developing ways to help executives stimulate and manage the flow of critical data throughout their organizations. Developed the Company's cornerstone, Organization Networking, a unique process/system for strategic planning, reorganization and transition management, stocktaking, problem solving and team building. ASSISTANT ADMINISTRATOR, RURAL DEVELOPMENT FARMERS HOME ADMINISTRATION, WASHINGTON, D.C. Directed a staff of Rural specialists: health, transportation, manpower, aging, land use, advocating rural interests before Congress, the Executive Branch, and state and local governments. Directed a major evaluation and reorganization of training and career development within a sixteen billion dollar annual budget federal agency with a nationwide staff of 10,000. Directed the National Rural Development Schools, the major Federal rural development management support service for communities. PRESIDENT, THE RIVERTON FOUNDATION; GENERAL MANAGER, RIVERTON COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION ROCHESTER, NEW YORK Directed the Riverton Foundation, a non-profit corporation to integrate the educational, cultural, social and financial resources of the Rochester community into Riverton, the "new town". Chief management officer of the community component of Riverton Properties, Inc., the federally funded, Title VII land developers of the "new town". VICE PRESIDENT, MANAGEMENT AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT, WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC CORPORATION, PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA Directed management, supervisory and professional training within the Corporation, introduced Westinghouse training to the outside market and converted the training and development function from a staff to a profit center activity. GENERAL MANAGER, GOVERNMENT AND COMMERCIAL DIVISIONS, WESTINGHOUSE LEARNING CORPORATION, BLADENSBURG, MARYLAND Directed the divisions through the transition out of the "Great Society Boom", successfully converting from a high overhead to a core staff, life of the contract operating mode. This move, made early in the industry, positioned the Corporation to face an expanding or contracting market and enabled it to weather the learning industries' crash of the early seventies. DIRECTOR, GOVERNMENT MARKETING, WESTINGHOUSE LEARNING CORPORATION, BLADENSBURG, MARYLAND Directed the total marketing effort through the Corporation's most successful period of gaining government business in the education, training and program evaluation areas. DIRECTOR: MEMBERSHIPS AND PROGRAMS, NATIONAL COUNCIL OF CATHOLIC MEN, WASHINGTON, D.C. Directed the recruitment and servicing of affiliate chapters and the design, development and implementation (including marketing strategies) of adult education programs, for this 20 million membership national association of men's organizations.

Sep. `77 to Feb. `81

Aug. '73 to Aug. `77

Apr. '71 To Jul. `73

Oct. `69 to Mar. `71

Dec. '67 to Sep. `69

Dec. `61 to Nov. `67

McCaffery Associates Suite 126 2001 North Adams Arlington, Virginia 22201

Tel: (703) 812-9426 Fax: (703) 243-7956 Web: email: [email protected]



1961 1957 1952 - 1953 M.R.E. State University of New York (Maryknoll) B.A. Philosophy, Maryknoll College, Glen Ellyn, Illinois Communications Arts, Fordham University, New York, New York


More than 500 public speaking engagements; 25 articles, courses and manuals published; 200 meetings and conferences managed; and 250 seminars and workshops taught.


McCaffery Associates Suite 123 2001 North Adams Arlington, Virginia 22201

Tel: (703) 812-9426 Fax: (703) 243-7956 Web: email: [email protected]



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