Gayle Haller, ’87

Nonprofit Consultant
National Executive Service Corps

Gayle Haller

Gayle Haller, ’87, is a senior consultant and member of the leadership team at the National Executive Service Corps. Haller’s expertise is strategic planning, marketing, and business development. She has managed projects for clients in the arts, social services, education, government, religious, and health care services sectors.

Prior to joining NESC, Haller spent her career with Motorola in a variety of marketing management roles. She led data product and network development for the launch of Nextel and directed the marketing effort for a line of cellular phones. While at Motorola, Haller was awarded a U.S. patent.

Haller received a BS in political science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.

She is cofounder and director of Booth Alumni Nonprofit Consultants (BANC), board chair of Argento New Music Project, and a member of the board of visitors of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Department of Political Science.

Gayle Haller will participate in “You’re Not Alone: Building Effective Partnerships with Nonprofits, Foundations, and Corporations.”