Marisol Rodriguez is a master facilitator and an expert in organizational development with experience advising the strategic growth of countless organizations throughout the education, non-profit, and public sectors. Marisol specializes in strategic planning and stakeholder engagement, and is inspired by the synergy between strategy and highly effective leaders and teams. Clients count on Marisol’s uncommon ability to help teams comprised of individuals with diverse skills, styles and perspectives come together in alignment around a shared path forward. She founded Insignia Partners in 2012.
Insignia Partners is part of the Civic Consulting Collaborative, is a consortium of independent Colorado consultants with a shared mission to collectively support clients in making a meaningful impact. Our expertise ranges from the health care system to natural resource management, from early childhood to climate change. We offer facilitation, evaluation, strategic planning, organizational change management, coaching, research, public relations, engagement, and a variety of other services to state and local government, foundations, nonprofits, and social enterprises. Marisol is the founding board chair of the Civic Consulting Collaborative.
Most recently a Program Officer with the Walton Family Foundation, Marisol began her career in higher education by traveling across the country to advise fraternity chapters in their organizational development. After several years of strategic management consulting for federal agencies, Marisol gained a national perspective and specialized experience in public education through roles at Walton and the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools.
Marisol holds a Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Political Science and C.L.E.G. (Communications, Legal Institutions, Economics and Government) and a Master’s of Public Administration with a concentration in Nonprofit Management, both from American University. She lives in Boulder, Colo. with her two children, and volunteers regularly in her daughter’s classroom. She loves to ski and hike, and thinks she would have been an outstanding wedding planner.