Bruce Mast is the President of BMA, a firm he founded in 1997 that has become well known for helping individuals and organizations who are stuck and/or at a juncture point find a productive way forward. This is accomplished through a variety of Organizational and Leadership Development initiatives such as Executive Coaching, Strategic Narrative facilitation, and BMA’s proprietary Leadership On The LineTM and Leadership In The MiddleTM programs. Bruce has guided many companies through their organizational development needs from very small companies to large cap in sectors ranging from healthcare, financial services, technology, and energy.
In addition to his responsibilities at BMA, Bruce has taught Organizational Management and Leadership in MS and MBA programs and is currently an Adjunct Faculty member of finance department of the University of New Hampshire’s Paul College of Business and Economics. He serves as the Chair of the RiverWoods at Exeter Board of Trustees and on the Governance Committees for Strawbery Banke Museum and the NH Hospice and Palliative Care Organization. He was recognized with the Greater Seacoast United Way Douglas H. Eldridge Award in 2004 for “outstanding dedication, commitment and caring in service as an agency board member” and with The President’s Call to Service Award in 2013 for a “commitment to strengthening our Nation and for making a difference through volunteer service”.
Bruce holds a Master’s Degree in Peace Studies (Applied Ethics) from the Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminaries, a BA in Social Science, summa cum laude, from Bethel College, and has completed advanced academic studies in counseling.