The Perennial Workforce: Baby Boomers Blooming with Marva Goldsmith

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The Perennial Workforce: Baby Boomers Blooming

Perennials are enduring or continually recurring -- most notably as plant life. If you are retired, considering retirement, or a mature worker looking to get back in the marketplace, you are a member of the Perennial Workforce. Perennials come back the next season stronger and heartier than the last.

Marva Goldsmith
Consult DSA


I’ve been a member of the Perennial Workforce since 2001. At the age of 42, I left the Fortune 500 utility company where I had worked since the age of 17, moved to Washington DC and reinvented my professional life to better align with my passion. This electrical engineer became an image and brand consultant! During the next 16 years, I worked with CEOs, nonprofits, government agencies, corporations, incarcerated youth and a host of individuals to help define and implement their intentional image/brand. In 2016, an opportunity to form a new company with a business partner was presented. As CEO of Consult DSA, a Woman-Owned Small Business, I have come full circle, combining logic with creativity to provide management consulting services and organizational effectiveness solutions to a variety of companies and governmental agencies.

An electrical engineer from Michigan State University, Marva obtained a Master in Public Administration from Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government at the age of 42. She is a Leadership Coach from the ICF-accredited Georgetown University.

Contact the Speaker:
Marva Goldsmith
Consult DSA
301 474 8808

Monday, August 13
5:00 pm – 6:30 pm
1627 K Street, NW, 3rd Floor
Washington, DC 20006

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Aug 13 2018


5:00 pm - 6:30 pm



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1627 K Street NW (Suite 300)
1627 K Street NW, Suite 300, Washington, D.C. 20006


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