As a consultant for Fortune 100 corporations, nonprofits and federal agencies, Marjorie Clifton seeks to address 21st-century communication and workplace challenges.
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With two decades of experience in communications, advocacy and public policy, Marjorie Clifton works with business leaders to address 21st-century communication and workplace challenges. As a consultant for Fortune 100 corporations, nonprofits and federal agencies, she builds and leads programs focused on workforce diversity and optimization. She is also a published author and media commentator, appearing weekly on global TV and radio news networks. Clifton holds bachelor’s degrees in communications and Spanish from the University of Texas. She received her master’s degree from Drama Studio London. Clifton has a passion for expanding women’s leadership and believes investing in women leads to thriving companies and communities. Clifton is a proud investor in the Women’s Fund at Austin Community Foundation and she’s excited to chair Keyholder ’20, a fundraiser for the Women’s Fund on Jan. 30, 2020 featuring Ziauddin Yousafzai, Malala Yousafzai’s father, activist and co-founder of the Malala Fund.