About Marty Linsky

Marty Linsky is cofounder and principal of Cambridge Leadership Associates, a leadership consulting practice serving public, private, and nonprofit clients in the United States and abroad. Linsky has been a faculty member at Harvard’s Kennedy School since 1982, except from 1992 to 1995 when he served as chief secretary to the Massachusetts Governor. A graduate of Williams College and Harvard Law School, Linsky has been a journalist, lawyer, and politician. He was the assistant minority leader of the Massachusetts House of Representatives, a reporter and editorial writer for the Boston Globe, and an editor of the Real Paper.  Marty is the co-author with Ronald Heifetz of Leadership on the Line.  His most recent publication is Leveling the Playing Field: Advancing Women in Jewish Organizational Life, co-authored with Shifra Bronznick and Didi Goldenhar.


Why Can’t Jewish Organizations Collaborate?

By November 10, 2008

Marty Linsky, co-author of Leveling the Playing Field: Advancing Women in Jewish Organizational Life, is guest blogging on Jewcy this week with his co-authors Shifra Bronznick and Didi Goldenhar. The guidebook is the result of a partnership between two organizations: … Read More