Corwin T. Macklin is known as a Strategist ~ Coach ~ Facilitator within the nonprofit sector and amongst the faith-based community. Corwin brings over 25 years of executive leadership experience and success at the highest organizational levels for nonprofits, state government, faith-based organizations, and the U.S. Military. Corwin is a transformational leader, consultant, seasoned nonprofit executive, change - agent and community developer. He has broad-based experience in organizational and leadership development, fundraising, government relations, administrative operations, program/project management, human resources, and communications. Corwin is a nonprofit management consultant and most recently served as the CEO for Community Action Agency in Maryland. His previous experience includes; Special Assistant to the President & CEO for Family Matters of Greater Washington; Executive Director of World Vision, Inc. for the National Capital Area; National Director of Resource Development for World Vision - U.S. Programs; and Director, Faith-Based and Community Initiatives for the State of Arkansas.
Previous to his work in the nonprofit sector, Corwin served as a commissioned officer with the United States Army in various senior executive and management positions at multiple U.S. locations, Germany, and Italy. He is a graduate of the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College’s Leadership/Management Graduate School, holds a B.S. Degree in Political Science/Pre-Law from Hampton University in Virginia, Diploma for Ministerial Training from Agape School of World Evangelism in Arkansas, and completed Master’s Degree coursework in Nonprofit Management from Eastern University’s School of Leadership and Development at St. David’s, Pennsylvania. Corwin is an active member of his church where he serves through its Discipleship Development Program, a jazz enthusiast, and a lover of the outdoors. He and his wife, Regina, live in Annapolis, Maryland and they have three sons and a grandson.