Marc Eisenberg joined the Washington Bach Consort in June, 2009. He comes to WBC having spent five years at CTSG/Kintera, Inc. helping large non-profits meet their financial and marketing goals.
Marc’s involvement in performing arts administration began in the early 1990s. He helped lead George Washington University’s Lisner Auditorium, presented jazz with the Charlin Jazz Society, collaborated on a music exhibit at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History, assisted a regional touring rock band, and worked for well-known music producer (John Alagia), among other positions. In the late 1990s, ahead of the technology boom, he helped start an Internet company (IntraACTIVE, Inc.) and for the next dozen years oversaw client relationships for a variety of web service companies. During his five years at CTSG/Kintera, Marc helped the Lance Armstrong Foundation, the World Wildlife Fund, the Natural Resources Defense Council, the United Nations and others to better identify and meet their goals. He did similar management work for USWeb/marchFIRST (World Bank, America Online, USAToday), The Aspen Institute, and The Away Network (OutsideMagazine.com).
Marc graduated from George Washington University and has lived in Washington, DC for nearly 20 years. When not listening to music, he can often be found golfing, running, playing basketball, or traveling around the world.