Marcie is a business development and management consultant, working in the general areas of new concept marketing, new product development, R&D, technology transfer and commercialization, organizational planning, management team development, and strategic partnering.
Marcie operates the SBIR Regional Outreach Program at the CNY Technology Development Organization, funded through NYSTAR (New York State Office for Science, Technology and Innovation). Her regional SBIR responsibilities (since 1992) include providing SBIR and commercialization services to companies across a 35 county area in Upstate NY, including the Southern Tier, Central NY, the Mohawk Valley, the Capital District, and the North Country. She works with all eleven federal SBIR agencies, five STTR agencies, and many emerging technology topics including nanotechnology, biotechnology and biomedicine, IT and communication, military, aerospace, educational technologies, clean and green, and others. In October, 1997, Marcie was a recipient of a Tibbetts Award from the U.S. Small Business Administration, given for economic impact of technological innovation from SBIR, business achievement and effective state and regional support. Marcie is on the adjunct faculty teaching creativity and innovation for the SU Whitman School of Management.
About The Central New York Technology Development Organization (CNYTDO) The Central New York Technology Development Organization (CNYTDO) is a not-for-profit economic development organization that receives significant financial support from the New York State Foundation for Science, Technology and Innovation (NYSTAR), New York's high-technology economic development agency, and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP). CNYTDO serves as NYSTAR®'s designated Regional Technology Development Center for Central New York and one of nearly 350 MEP locations across the country. CNYTDO works directly with technology and manufacturing companies to develop successful business strategies, implement state of the art technologies, assist in the transfer of university-developed technologies, and smooth the transition from start-ups to mature organizations. For more information, please visit: http://www.cnytdo.org.