WorkLab partners with a select group of professionals who bring specialized and complementary skills to our project teams.  As our projects demand, we assemble teams tailored to meet our clients’ needs by drawing upon the skills and expertise of our Associates.  This precise match of skills and needs enables us to bring the most qualified team to our clients and their projects.

Jack Marmorstein

Throughout his career, Jack Marmorstein has had one foot in the fast-paced dynamism of the technology industry and the other in systems psychodynamics organizational work.

In multiple c-level roles, he’s found paths to sustainable growth that prioritize humanistic organizations and social good. He’s worked from startup to IPO, in roles that spanned organizational divisions, including in R & D and Sales and Marketing. As an innovator, he has seven patents and prototyped a product that would go on to over a billion dollars in sales. In client-facing roles, he’s brought products to market on five continents.

Alongside his business roles, Jack has pursued a clinical degree in counseling psychology and coach training. He served on the Board of the A. K. Rice Institute for the Study of Social Systems for ten years, culminating in his presidency from 2018-2020. His research interests include the psychodynamics of remote work and the organizational implications of the technology platforms that mediate our collaboration.

Jack especially enjoys working with start-ups and in the education and technology sector. He’s coached founders and sales leaders, served on the boards of start-ups and non-profits, and helped organizations identify who they are and align around a shared mission.

He has published in scholarly journals as well as popular outlets (including,,, and he’s been an invited to speak at the Tavistock Institute (London), Jiaotong University (Beijing), and the Institute for Psychodynamic Coaching (Moscow). What he hasn’t learned about high performance from business and psychology, he’s learned from racing bikes, marathons, ultramarathons, and Ironman triathlons.

Corey Fenstemacher

Corey Fenstemacher has been developing talent and building organizational capability for over twenty years using customized assessment and feedback processes. She managed and grew talent in advertising and media before consulting to clients in finance, technology, healthcare, pharmaceuticals and public and non-profit sectors. Her approach increases individual and organizational awareness, creating alignment around job demands, core competencies, performance and strategic business objectives. Corey combines techniques from formal training in organizational psychology, professional experience within consulting firms and experience as a Human Resource professional to achieve results for clients.

Her clients include leaders at all organizational levels, from Boards and CEOs to newly appointed managers. Corey’s emphasis is on managing change within the broader organizational context, whether she is working with an individual, a small team or at the enterprise level. She holds a doctorate in organizational psychology from Rutgers University, a BA from Colgate University and has studied and worked in the UK.

Emmaline Gayk

Emmaline Gayk is a part-time copy editor at Worklab Consulting. She has a sharp eye for detail and takes pride in every piece she edits. She has been a professional copy editor for over a year and brings enthusiasm to all projects that come her way.

Timothy Higdon


Timothy Higdon is a non-profit leader helping clients create and execute breakthrough solutions in the areas of leadership, fund development, external affairs, staffing and landmark campaigns.

With nearly 30 years of leadership and management experience in nonprofits, military and the private sector, Timothy’s career over the last several years has focused on the nonprofit sector in interim and permanent senior leadership roles.  Organizations he has consulted or served include Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA), US Holocaust Memorial Museum, Environmental Defense Fund, Episcopal Relief and Development, New York Needs You, New York City Coalition Against Hunger, Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen and Parish, James Beard Foundation, Congregation Beit Simchat Torah, Grace Church in Newark, HealthRight International, Animal Haven, The Nation Institute, CCS Fundraising and Amnesty International USA. Timothy’s consulting practice focuses on executive-level and development interim leadership, fundraising consultation, training and coaching for nonprofit organizations.  Prior to this, Timothy was the Chief of External Affairs for Girl Scouts of the USA.  At Girl Scouts, he led a team of 77 and was responsible for fund development, marketing, communications, policy, advocacy, research and the 100th Anniversary celebration.  GSUSA, under his leadership, launched a $1billion dollar comprehensive campaign.  GSUSA was named 2012 Harris Poll EquiTrend Youth and Children Brand of the Year and secured the Presidential Medal of Freedom for the Girl Scout’s founder, Juliette Gordon Low (posthumously).  Timothy has also successfully held senior enterprise leadership positions at CCS Fundraising and Amnesty International USA. Timothy is a former Army Major who served fifteen years in the US Army Corps of Engineers.  He holds degrees from Indiana University (B.S.) and New York University (M.P.A.).  He is an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Fundraising at New York University’s George H. Heyman Center for Philanthropy and Fundraising.

Errica Moustaki

Errica Moustaki is a UK and international Leadership Development Consultant and Executive Business Coach.

Errica has extensive experience as a consultants’ trainer and coaching supervisor.  She has over 20 year’s experience in this field which is underpinned by substantial academic and professional qualifications spanning in–depth psychology and psychotherapy through to organizational consulting and leadership coaching. She assists her clients to align corporate and personal business aspirations, and realize their unique potential, by facilitating a better understanding of the sources and contexts of what may prevent them applying their strengths and talents effectively. She coaches senior executives and board members on a broad spectrum of areas including: career transition and leadership development; role consultation; team building; managing organizational change; work relationships; and handling difficult employees. She works with multinational organizations both in the UK and at their other offices in different parts of Europe and both sides of the Atlantic. Her clients include Accountancy Firms in the big four league, Law firms, Financial Services, Insurance, Hotels industry.

Mort Milder

Mort Milder teaches the skills of concision, clarity and power in making presentations. Leveraging his experience as both writer and performer, Mort works with people at all levels of the enterprise to help them refine messages and gain comfort and ease in delivering them. His work is designed to help leaders master the tools needed not only to inform, but to elicit actions and achieve results.

Richard Morgan-Jones

Original graduate and post-graduate education was at Cambridge, Oxford and Exeter Universities UK in Anthropology, Theology and Education. 45-year career in Project Management, Training, Group Relations, Organizational Consulting and Executive Coaching. 35-year career as Supervising and Training Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist with British Psychotherapy Foundation. Registered member of British Psychoanalytic Council (BPC). Elected Board member of International Society for Psychoanalytic Society of Organizations (ISPSO). Member of Organization for Promoting the Understanding of Society (OPUS). He is a visiting faculty member at the Indian Institute of Management at Ahmedabad, India. He has staffed group relations conferences in USA, UK, India, Italy and Spain and is a mentor and member of the A.K. Rice Institute.

Using organizational systems, group relations and psychoanalytic approaches, I work as an organizational consultant, coach and clinician. In each role I have an eye for the dual experiences of being a body and mind that belongs to a larger corporate body struggling to find its mind. This reveals systemic problems, growing pains, and strategic opportunities. These demand energy, movement and voice to dream up the authority for creative organizing and working.

Director of Work Force Health: Consulting and Research whose work is explored in consultancies, an international workshop and a book entitled: The Body of the Organisation and its Health among other publications. This work reflects on how organisations get under the skin and reveal team development opportunities and strategic choices. Recent research has included the dynamics of the financial crash, the celebrity cult and the dynamics of international relations in European use of austerity measures.

Michael Seto

Michael Seto is an organizational effectiveness consultant focused on maximizing the performance of individuals and teams through organizational design, work process optimization, and employee engagement.

Michael holds a master’s degree in industrial-organizational psychology from Harvard University and a bachelor’s degree in economics from U.C. Berkeley. Prior to Worklab, Michael served as a Marine Corps infantry officer, held various roles over a decade with Morgan Stanley, and chaired a non-profit board. He also donates pro-bono consulting services to non-profits dedicated to hunger and poverty alleviation. Through these roles, he honed his skills in business development, change management, training and development, people analytics, and business and strategic planning.

Yulia Sheynkman

Yulia Sheynkman is an organizational consultant and leadership development coach, who focuses on coaching individuals to improve their productivity and helping organizations adapt their practices and culture during periods of rapid change. Yulia’s work also includes designing and leading executive development programs. She provides team facilitation , partnering with clients to help create strong contributing teams. Prior to her consulting career, Yulia held leadership positions in financial services and telecom sector, where she helped define technology strategies and product development initiatives. Prior to that, Yulia conducted cognitive science research on issues of human memory and perception. Yulia holds summa cum laude Masters in Interactive Telecommunications from New York University and coaching accreditation through International Coaching Federation, as well as certification in several assessment instruments.

Amanda H. Victoria-Lee

Amanda Victoria-Lee is an I/O Psychologist and Organizational Consultant who specializes in designing systems for businesses that maximize the capabilities of their human capital. Drawing from her expertise in applied research and human capital strategy, she conducts intensive evaluations that guide decision-making; partnering with firms to build custom, innovative solutions that help them select, train, and develop their personnel.

Amanda holds a Masters in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from New York University, where she was a Master’s Scholar. There, she partnered with pro-bono clients in the Private and Public Sector, serving as a trusted advisor to organizations in the Health Care, Tax and Accounting, Professional and Business Services, Government, Transportation, and Travel industries. She is currently partnering with a Fortune 50 firm in applied research for her thesis.

Before pursuing her graduate studies, Amanda spent six years in the Health Care and Education industry, where she took a high touch approach to coaching teams and individuals to maximize their potential. She has a proven track record of building systems that work, having designed selection, training, and succession plan programs with cross-functional capabilities from the ground up since 2015. She is a member of the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology and the Academy of Management.