Michael Molta is the Director of Organizational Strategy for Northwestern Mutual's Philadelphia Network Office. He is responsible for the development and implementation of operational strategies that supports Financial Advisors in serving the Greater Philadelphia area.
Prior to joining Northwestern Mutual, he was the Assistant Director of the Center for Population Health Innovation at Thomas Jefferson University where he was responsible for the planning, design, and delivery of externally facing initiatives such as advisory boards, collaborative impact efforts, and lectures of varying size and scope. Michael also contributed to the management of external communications, including the College of Population Health affiliated peer-reviewed journals and newsletters, website, blog and social media.
Michael briefly worked as a consultant in 2018 engaged in strategy, organizational change and development planning for clients in the Healthcare, Biomedical, Non-Profit, and Higher Education industries. He had earlier joined the Learning and Development Department at Thomas Jefferson University where he was responsible for all organizational development, organizational improvement efforts, the creation of the enterprise’s mission, vision and values, and the integration of human capital and standard operating procedures from four separate mergers. Prior to that appointment he was a Senior Program Coordinator in the Wharton School of Business at University of Pennsylvania. In this role, he collaborated with Wharton faculty and organizational stakeholders to foster relationships, assess needs, and design and implement comprehensive executive education programs for some of the largest organizations in the world.
Michael graduated with honors from Keuka College in Upstate New York earning a B.S. in Organizational Management. He also earned an M.S. in Organizational Dynamics from the University of Pennsylvania, and is currently a Doctoral Candidate in the Doctor of Management in Strategic Leadership program at Thomas Jefferson University. His research is supported by a Patient Experience Grant from the Beryl Institute.