Hillary Orsini is a program manager at the Vermont Energy Investment Corporation. Previously she worked as the assistant director at the Marlboro College Center for New Leadership and as a nonprofit consultant. For three years she managed the Benchmarks for a Better Vermont program, an initiative to integrate performance measurement systems in mission-driven organizations. Hillary has trained and coached hundreds of organizations across New England in the use of Results-Based Accountability (RBA). As former program director at the Milton Community Youth Coalition, Hillary used RBA to lead a community group to improve walkability, bike ability and access to healthy foods. Hillary has presented her work nationally and internationally, and is a member of the Vermont Accountability Group steering committee and the Vermont Data Collaborative. Hillary serves on the board of the Vermont Foodbank, Spectrum, and the Howard Center, and in leadership roles with the Milton Mentor Advisory Committee and the Divas Do Good initiative.
“I always look forward to teaching and re-engaging with the Marlboro community. It’s real, authentic, and important. I am also always inspired by my students. Working together to maximize their impact is extremely rewarding.”