For over 35 years, Derek Marchman’s process has been utilized for developing new programs and rebooting existing programs. Marchman creates goes beyond a passion for establishing a solid foundation for success and resiliency for any organization. The Olympic Committee has recognized his proven process, helping a city’s underage drinking program win the Motorola Georgia Association of Police Chiefs Innovative Program, a county’s accountability court program that won the Georgia Trend Magazine’s Georgia County Excellence Award, a Homicide Prevention Initiative that was one of 6 sites selected by the White House nationally or a local task force that had to be rebuilt and subsequently won the Georgia Commission of Family Violence’s Task Force of the Year. However, if awards are insufficient, his programs have been awarded over $500 million in grant funds. Marchman’s ingredient to success with any program is his ability to establish and understand the “why” to reach the required level of integrity for sustainability. Lastly, validation of his career occurred with U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland presenting Marchman with the 2022 USDOJ/OVC National Crime Victims Rights Award in Washington, DC
The mission of Marchman Consulting is to inspire organizations to push the potential for making a positive impact on communities based on purpose, governance, innovation, and resiliency resulting in sustained services and opportunities for the citizenry.
Marchman Consulting lives for the organizations with servant leadership that embraces critical thinking and encourages innovation and growth for staff and services to meet a need and inspire a community mantra that anyone and everyone can achieve more.