“Over several decades, I have worked with many development firms and individuals to raise funds for various not for profit organizations, but few, if any, have matched the caliber of S.T. Marx + Associates. The members of our Board and I at Youth Counseling League appreciate the professionalism and effectiveness with which Susan works, as well as the fact that she is available, approachable and responsive to the needs of our programs. Not only does she initiate suggestions for new sources of funding, but also involves us in both the approach and the follow through. Susan is one of those rare professionals who does what she says she will do and produces results.”

Alana Frumkes
Board Member and Co-Chair
Youth Counseling League

ABOUT SUSAN MARX

Susan Marx, Principal, founded S.T. Marx + Associates in 1980, after working at a variety of non-profits, which included the Legal Aid Society and Recording for the Blind. Since that time, her company has raised millions of dollars for the benefit of social service, health, education and arts organizations.

Susan is a cum laude graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and attended New York University School of Law. She received the Alumni Award of Merit from the University of Pennsylvania for her outstanding service to the University. It is the highest honor bestowed by Penn Alumni.

Susan serves as President of the Penn Club of New York. With over 5,000 members worldwide, the Club assists and promotes the University of Pennsylvaniaís interests. She spearheaded a year-long celebration of the Clubís 20th Anniversary with a successful membership drive, revitalization of programming and member benefits, and a renewed sense of community. She also led a very successful national search process which placed a new General Manager at the Club.

Susan served on the Advisory Board of the Field Center for Children's Policy, Practice and Research at the University of Pennsylvania. The Center is a collaboration among various faculties at Penn -- social work, law, medicine and nursing. By integrating the talents of distinguished faculty and practitioners, it creatively addresses the critical issues facing the child welfare system.

Susan was chosen for membership in the Trusteesí Council of Penn Women at the University of Pennsylvania. She has been the Councilís Fundraising Committee Chair and chair of its Grants Committee. This Committee considers myriad requests and awards grants which have made a lasting impact on student initiatives, faculty retention and the quality of life on campus.

She recently established the Marx Distinguished Lecture Series at the Arthur Ross Gallery on the University campus, intended to expose students and the community at large to the many facets of the art world. The inaugural lecture took place in early 2017 and featured Dr. Johnnetta Cole, Director of the Smithsonian Institutionís National Museum of African Art.

Susan served as a member of the Board of Women in Development, New York and facilitated its strategic planning retreat. She participated on its Luncheon Programs Committee. She also served on the Board of Transfair, USA, an organization which works toward community empowerment for farmers and consumers in developing regions.

In her spare time, Susan is an avid sculptor and stone carver.

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