At the helm of NMBL Strategies is CEO Eric Moraczewski. His dynamic, seasoned leadership style sets the tone at NMBL and in turn, for NMBL’s extensive portfolio of clients. Whether it be Strategic Planning for Nonprofits to Merger and Acquisition work for small businesses to turnaround work with Court-Appointed Receiverships, his deep and varied experience make him a coveted leader to create extraordinary change, growth, and success. With NMBL Strategies Eric has led the strategic planning efforts for America’s Black Holocaust Museum and the International Association of Black Actuaries, the project consulting for Thanks-Giving Square and Gate of the Xiang River – International Design Competition, been appointed Court-Appointed Receiver for the shut down of JM Marschuetz Corporation and CannaVer, LLC (Missouri’s first cannabis receivership) among many other projects.
In fact, Eric took his background as a global consultant, CEO and CFO to found NMBL Strategies, LLC in 2019 after leading the Gateway Arch Park Foundation (Private Foundation responsible for providing $250 million of the $380 million project) through the largest Public-Private Partnership in National Park Service history. NMBL was built to tie in Eric’s love of startups and turnarounds with data analytics, strategy and finance blended through experience working with nonprofits, public-private partnerships, and small businesses.
Skilled in fast paced, intensive environments, including direct interactions with local and national media, he is an ideal spokesperson for any project. For example, the St. Louis Business Journal sought him out as contributor to their story on “Trust your gut: 15 ways to build your intuition about your business.” (St. Louis Business Journal, December 15, 2020) Moraczewski is frequently asked to contribute to media outlets both domestically and internationally.
In addition, Moraczewski is adept at strengthening local and national relationships, including collaborative efforts with government, local community leadership and private enterprise. As such, he was responsible for cofounding the Commercial Receivers Association (CRA) in 2020. He also has experience creating unique activation opportunities to engage residents and visitors. He has spoken to NAFTA, World Urban Parks Congress and at many other domestic and international events as an industry leader including in Canada, England, Singapore, and China.
Prior to work at the Gateway Arch, Moraczewski was the CEO of FDI Strategies, an international growth strategy consultancy focused on developing business between Colorado and China, and prior to that the CFO of Gallagher & Associates, one of the largest museum design firms in the world. Both organizations worked as consultants for nonprofit and for-profit entities. Eric has his Executive MBA from Washington University in St. Louis and his BSBA from Saint Louis University. Eric has received numerous awards over the years for his work, most recently receiving the Distinguished Young Alumni Award from the Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business at Saint Louis University. Eric also published the book Succeeding at Business in Southeast Asia: Common Mistakes Companies Make and How to Avoid Them.
It is this rich and varied experience that Moraczewski brings to his NMBL clientele. It is part of the NMBL brand to leverage Moraczewski’s elite people skills and unrivaled work ethic to help clients meet their goals. As such, NMBL is the right consultant for any organization to help influence and inspire.
Eric is also a Board Member of the Commercial Receivers Association.