Eric Moraczewski is a pragmatic, data driven CEO/CFO specializing in startups and turnarounds with for profits, nonprofits and public-private partnerships across 20+ countries and four continents. Eric took his background as a global consultant, CEO and CFO to lead NMBL Strategies, LLC 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. 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. Among his many efforts in the community, Eric is one of the co-founder’s of the Commercial Receivers Association. Eric has his Executive MBA from Washington University in St. Louis and his BSBA from 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 Strategies clientele. It is part of the NMBL Strategies brand to leverage Moraczewski’s elite people skills and unrivaled work ethic to help clients meet their goals. It was these same skills that recently led to Eric being named the 2021 Distinguished Young Alumni of the Chaifetz School of Business at Saint Louis University.