Marc Haupert has over forty years of executive experience in organization, management, and fiscal administration of nonprofits. He has a strong background in issue advocacy, evaluation and supervision of government contracts, and arts management. He is adept at bringing organizations into alignment with their stated vision and mission utilizing his strong negotiation and interpersonal skills and public speaking experience. His executive direction has consistently been coupled with direct involvement in private and public fund development tasks. In 2004, Marc formed Marc Haupert and Associates, a Los Angeles based consulting firm that specializes in executive management, strategic planning, program development, branding, fund development and systems development and measurement in the nonprofit sector.
Professional Nonprofit Work Experience:
- Retained Executive Search Lead-SoCal, Third Sector Company
- Interim Executive Director, AIM for Mental Health
- Interim Director of Development, Child Abuse Prevention Center of Orange County
- Interim Executive Director, FACT (Family, Adult and Child Therapies)
- Interim Development Director, St. John Bosco High School
- Executive Director, West Hollywood Library Foundation
- Interim Executive Director, California Faith for Equality
- Interim Executive Director, Getty House Foundation
- Interim Executive Director, Heart Touch Project (Santa Monica, CA)
- Interim Executive Director, CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) for Riverside County, Inc.
- Interim Development Director, American Red Cross Greater Los Angeles Chapter
- Interim Volunteer Officer, American Red Cross Greater Los Angeles Chapter
- Interim Executive Director, CASA of Los Angeles
- Executive Director, Los Angeles Shanti Foundation
- Executive Director, Desert AIDS Project, Inc.
- Executive Director, Chicago House and Social Service Agency, Inc.
- Administrator, Legal Aid Society of Milwaukee, Inc.
- President, Arts Services Associates of Milwaukee, Inc.
College of the Desert, Palm Desert, CA
University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI
University of Wisconsin-Extension, Milwaukee, WI
Management Institute – University of Wisconsin
Community service experience also includes:
Haupert currently serves on the board of SST Productions, Inc., a nonprofit theatrical production and administrative support organization. He was named “Interim of the Year” by Third Sector Company in 2007. He was named “Man of the Year” by Christopher Street West (L.A.) in 2003, and in 2004 received a proclamation from the Board of Supervisors of Los Angeles County for his service to the County.
Past service included: President, Wisconsin Professional/Commercial Theatre Association; Board member (Treasurer) AIDS Walk Chicago; Executive Committee member, Service Providers Council of the AIDS Foundation of Chicago; member, AIDS Advisory Council for the City of Chicago; member, TB Task Force of Chicago and Cook County. Appointee to the State of California Office of AIDS Comprehensive Care Working Group; Co-chair of (County-appointed) Inland Empire HIV Planning Council; board, LIFE, California’s HIV Healthcare Lobby; Treasurer, CAEAR (Cities Advocating Emergency AIDS Relief) Coalition, Washington, DC; Gubernatorial appointee, California HIV Planning Group; Supervisorial District Three appointed Commissioner on Los Angeles County HIV/AIDS Commission
Marc has dedicated his professional and volunteer life to nonprofit organizations, beginning in 1970, when he organized his home town for the first Earth Day. He was active in civil rights for minorities, and anti-poverty efforts early on, and in the 70’s promoted civil rights for the LGBT community. After attending the University of Wisconsin, he opened a nonprofit bookstore featuring fine arts and small press publications by local artists and writers. He developed a Cultural Center that also housed a small international touring experimental theatre company (Theatre X, of which Willem Dafoe is the best known alumnus). Haupert was named managing director of the company, and in 1979 founded his own management support organization, Arts Services Associates, which provided management and booking services for twenty performing organizations in the upper Midwest. In 1984 he founded the AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin, Inc., serving as president of the board for five years. While directing Chicago House and Social Service Agency, he lent significant advocacy and programmatic guidance to the development of the federal Ryan White CARE Act. He has authored manuals, reports and training curricula at the regional and national levels.
Marc is a Senior Advisor and Interim Professional with: Third Sector Company (locations in the Pacific Northwest and Southern California – www.thirdsectorcompany.com).