Margie Flynn is principal and co-owner of BrownFlynn. She speaks the language of triple bottom-line impact and has been instrumental in shaping a variety of responsible practices for regional, national and global corporations and organizations. Her strong commitment to ethical business practices and eye on global impact also make Margie a dynamic speaker and trusted advisor for clients who seek to improve their business practices while catalyzing positive change.
Margie is a guest lecturer for numerous local and national conferences, venues and colleges/universities, and is author of several published articles regarding sustainability and entrepreneurship in local and national publications. She is chairman of the board for the American Red Cross Blood Services of Northern Ohio, and serves on several other committees including Mayor of Cleveland Frank Jackson’s Sustainability Advisory Council, the Sustainability & Environmental Committees for the Industrial Minerals Association of North America and the National Stone, Sand and Gravel Association, and she is an advisor to the "100 Entrepreneurs" Project at the Walter Reed Hospital.