Strategy and operations consulting firm, Censeo Consulting Group named former governor of Maryland, Martin O’Malley as a senior advisor and honorary board member on May 11th. O’Malley will join Brit Kirwan, Chancellor Emeritus of the University System of Maryland, as a senior advisor to Censeo.
As a management consulting firm that specializes in working with mission-focused businesses to scale management and operational capacity, Censeo has supported federal agencies, higher education institutions and nonprofits in implementing management practices to reduce costs and improve outcomes.
Recently O’Malley announced his involvement with MetroLab Network which is a White House Smart Cities Initiative Program. O’Malley will be using data to develop and support civic engagement and city infrastructure efforts. Most notably O’Malley served as the mayor of Baltimore for seven years and was key in the city’s early adoption of performance management dashboards to assess municipal infrastructure and human service programs.
O’Malley stated, “Censeo is committed to helping mission-driven organizations achieve positive social outcomes, and I’m proud to join them as a senior advisor and honorary board member. I’m excited to help Censeo’s public and private sector clients impact change and achieve results through innovation and performance measurement.”
Raj Sharma, CEO of Censeo, said, “Governor O’Malley’s leadership in establishing leading management tools such as CitiStat in Baltimore and StateStat in Maryland is a testament to his passion for open and transparent government. We are excited to bring his management insights and perspectives to Censeo so that we can work together to further the cause of effective and responsive governments.”