Marsha Bonner is the Vice President of People and Culture at Urban Resource Institute. Marsha is a diversity and inclusion advocate and change agent with over 15 years of experience across all areas of human resources within for-profit and nonprofit organizations. Passionate about driving improvement efforts through the design and implementation of innovative programs, processes, policies, and procedures, Marsha is recognized for her strategic approach to transform organizational culture, maximize recruitment productivity, and boost staff performance and retention, producing operational cost-savings and advancing diversity and inclusion efforts. She previously held positions in human resources at The New York Times, New Jersey Performing Arts Center, VillageCare, and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
Marsha holds a Master’s degree in Organizational Change Management from The New School and a Bachelor’s degree in Corporate Communications from Baruch College. She also holds a professional certification from the Society of Human Resources Management.