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The Balanced Scorecard Institute
2000 Regency Pkwy. Suite 425
The Balanced Scorecard Institute, a Strategy Management Group Company, provides strategic planning, balanced scorecard, and performance management training, certification, and consulting services to government, nonprofit, and commercial organizations. Ser...
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Associates of the Balanced Scorecard Institute
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Paul Arveson, Treasurer
Paul's first career was as a research physicist in the civilian Navy where he managed projects in acoustics, oceanography, signal processing and analysis.
His second career was as a technology consultant for various government contractors.
For his third career beginning in 1998, Paul co-founded the Balanced Scorecard Institute, which provides consulting services to all kinds of organizations.
He is now working as a Senior Associate at the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).
Paul is an elder in the National Presbyterian Church, where he moderates a Sunday class.
He has a Master's degree in Computer System Management from the University of Maryland,is a Fellow of the American Scientific Affiliation and is currently a member of the Board of Managers of the Washington Academy of Sciences.
Officers of the Washington Academy of Sciences
Paul Arveson's first career was as a physicist in the Navy, where he served as a researcher doing projects in acoustics and oceanography.
He has an MS in Computer Systems Management, and has served as a developer and technology architect for various agencies.
He is co-founder of the Balanced Scorecard Institute, a strategic consulting firm.
Recently he served as a Senior Associate in the Dialogue on Science, Ethics and Religion Program at the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Solar Household Energy: Solar cooking for economic development and environmental relief
Paul Arveson, an engineer by training and a solar cooking enthusiast, is a co-founder of the Balanced Scorecard Institute.
He has helped hundreds of organizations to develop and implement strategic plans using modern best practices including the balanced scorecard, performance measurement, and strategic management.
Effective methodology for building, implementing and monitoring strategic performance management systems using balanced scorecards, are his specialty.
He holds an undergraduate degree in Physics from the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and a masters degree is Computer Systems Management from the University of Maryland University College.
Margarita Battle has been closely involved with the efforts of various non-governmental organizations in Mexico in the areas of youth development and clean energy.
A Mexican and U.S. national, she
has been a resident of Queretaro, Mexico since 2007 where she
worked closely with the U.S. Peace Corps efforts to promote solar cooking methods in poor rural communities, participating in the distribution of Hot Pots.
She has been also active with a local civic organization called El Puente de Esperanza (The Bridge of Hope) which brings talented youth from indigenous rural communities into Queretaro to permit them to complete secondary, vocational, and university education which otherwise would not be available to them.
After years as a simultaneous interpreter of Spanish, English, French, and Portuguese in Mexico and France, Margarita completed her university studies in psychology at the Sorbonne in Paris and the University of Sao Paulo in Brazil before moving to Boston where she became the head of medical interpreters for 12 years at the Massachusetts General Hospital, training interpreters in multiple languages and cross cultural communication in the medical environment.
She is a founding member of the organization which developed the new profession of medical interpreter.
AAAS - AAAS Dialogue on Science, Ethics, and Religion
Paul Arveson, Senior Program Associate
Paul Arveson is a Senior Program Associate working on programs involving DoSER's dialogue between scientists and evangelical Christians, and he also supports DoSER's web site.
He has a BS in physics from Virginia Tech and an MS in computer systems management from the University of Maryland.
His first career was as a physicist in the civilian Navy, where he served as a researcher doing projects in acoustics and oceanography.
In 1999, he changed careers, and worked as a website manager and technology architect for various government contractors.
In 2003 he co-founded a consulting company, the Balanced Scorecard Institute, that provides training in strategic management to all types of organizations.
He currently serves on the Board of Managers of the Washington Academy of Sciences and is a Fellow in the American Scientific Affiliation, the oldest US organization of evangelical Christians in the sciences.