Liz DiMarco Weinmann is a Strategist, Nonprofit Leader, and Educator who guides and advises high-energy executives at small-to-mid-size nonprofits, foundations and educational institutions that want to achieve revenue growth through actionable strategic plans and bottom-line focused marketing campaigns.  Through her consulting firm, BEAM-Impact Group, www.beam-impact.com, she develops and directs plans and campaigns that are revenue driven, tactic neutral, and media agnostic, to best serve the style, systems and values that maximize specific organizations’ success.

Nonprofit clients engage her and her firm in ways that work best for their timetable and budget: to control their costs, protect valuable assets, engage key stakeholder targets, and increase organizational capacity and  positive impact.  Since 2002, Liz has helped diverse leaders to improve resource productivity, and raise millions of dollars, with a focus on advancing the vision, mission, capacity and values of organizations that have a strong commitment to achieving positive societal impact.  

As an educator of business students, Liz is also dedicated to helping Gen-X and Millennial professionals plan their careers efficiently and effectively. She is a compassionate and conscientious coach and mentor who has taught professional development, organizational behavior, and leadership at several business schools.

Liz earned her MBA in Finance and Leadership from New York University’s Stern School of Business, when she was 57, and shortly thereafter published her first book,  about notable entrepreneurs who founded companies, nonprofits, and social movements over the age of 40.   She is the author of several guides and numerous articles about career transitions over 40, and is a frequent speaker and presenter on mid-career crises.  Her advice has appeared in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, The Associated Press, AARP Bulletin, BBC Radio, The Chronicle of Higher Education, Huffington Post, National Public Radio, and other national and international media outlets.