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“The presentations went extremely well.  The coaching you provided I am sure will help all of us in future presentations as well. Thanks for your valuable help. You are a great coach!"

    – Vice President, Fortune 100 defense contractor

“Marc is the best person we know who can help founders develop crucial messaging and communication skills.”

    – Managing Partner, VC Fund

“Just wanted to tell you how much I got out of that two-day communications training. I think that I will leverage things I learned here throughout my daily work life.” 

    – Vice President, Internet Tech Leader

For more than 30 years, Chodorow Associates has been working with professionals at public and private companies large and small.  These range from international publicly traded corporations to seed-funded startups.  They include professional associations  public agencies, cultural organizations and not-for-profits.  We welcome the challenge of working on sensitive issues or complex issues in technology, medicine, biotech, pharmaceuticals, transportation, finance, education and the arts. Decades of experience includes many client success stories, including coaching CEOs and senior executives from unknown companies that have become household names.


Extensive experience includes a long list of client success stories, including coaching many hundreds of CEOs, senior executives and professionals from this broad range of businesses and industries. 


Our guiding philosophy: 

• Work with everyone as an individual

• Understand each person's business and other challenges 

• Help every participant to be a better communicator

Marc Chodorow

Marc has spent forty years involved in nearly every major facet of business communications and has a broad breadth of experience. He works with CEOs and executives of large public companies as well as young founders just beginning their companies. He serves as an advisor for Refactor Capital helping its portfolio companies with their storytelling.


Before founding Chodorow Associates, Marc led the corporate public and investor relations department of a major New York banking company and also taught in the Department of Communications at University of Buffalo (SUNY) for many years. For ten years as a reporter for radio and television stations and networks (NPR and CBC), he specialized in reporting on complex issues for a wide variety of audiences. He hosted daily radio interview programs, winning numerous awards for journalistic excellence. 

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