With over 20 years of experience working with government and nonprofit/NGO consulting, Michael O’Malley has worked with AMTC in various capacities since the early 2000s. He is one of two architects that designed the Online Participant Tracking System (OPTS), used since 2005 by AMTC with clients to track and monitor client evaluation data such as enrollment, participation, completion, and case management. He also supports AMTC grant writing.
In addition to his work in nonprofit consulting and government, Michael has also worked variously in digital, brand, and technical consulting for over 20 years, working with large global Fortune 500 firms to implement technical, marketing, and brand solutions across the financial services, pharmaceutical, insurance, logistics, telecom, and entertainment industries.
Michael earned a Bachelor of Arts in English from Quincy University and a Masters in English from Marquette University. Additionally, he earned his Project Management Institute certification in 2006. He has worked internationally as a consultant in the Netherlands, Switzerland, Germany, Japan, and the UK.