Steve Worth has over thirty years experience as a professional consultant and has provided strategic consulting assistance to over 300 nonprofit, for-profit, and governmental entities in areas that include organizational restructuring, public policy, and public and organizational communications in 110 countries covering six continents. Among these was a project that included the creation of Deloitte, Touche, Tohmatsu, which has subsequently become the largest consulting firm in the world.
Steve speaks, teaches, and publishes widely on public policy and management issues. He has an advanced degree in international affairs from the Sorbonne and l’Ecole des Sciences Politiques in Paris and an undergraduate degree from Georgetown University.
He is the author of two business management books: The Power of Partnership--Principles and Practices for Creating Strategic Relationships Among Nonprofit Groups, For-Profit organizations, and Government Entities; and The Association Guide to Going Global, New Strategies for a Changing Economic Landscape. Each uses real life case studies to illustrate lessons learned in creating strategic partnerships and managing effectively during a time of global economic upheaval.
For eleven years Steve taught graduate level courses in international marketing and the marketing of services at Johns Hopkins University. He also teaches government relations and grassroots lobbying classes at the US Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s Institute for Organizational Management.