Margaret Sadler is a former global Human Resource Executive with a history of active involvement in community and civic organizations. She is past Chair of the Board of the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society. Margaret is currently serving as Trustee and Treasurer of the Woodmere Art Museum in Chestnut Hill. She is on the Advisory Board of WIL, an organization supporting global self-sufficiency. In her East Falls community, Margaret is past President of the Friends of Falls of Schuylkill Library and active in the East Falls Village.
Margaret consults pro bono with not-for-profit organizations that financially cannot employ professional services in the areas of board development and training, succession planning, and organizational assessment. Her clients range from a consortium of college presidents to a local ministry serving the homeless.
In the recent past, she served as a Board Member of the Forum of Executive Women; the Board of the Women’s Law Project serving as Governance Chair; the George S. Pepper Society Council of the Philadelphia Library, and a Trustee of the Maxwell Mansion Museum in Germantown.
She spent 20 years with FMC Corporation, heading worldwide human resources for its billion-dollar-plus agricultural business in 30 countries. She has expertise in Brazil, Western Europe, and throughout Asia. Prior to FMC, she spent 10 years as VP of HR and Marketing Communications for an ITT Corporation subsidiary in St Paul MN where she also served two terms as Chair of the Civil Service Commission, and earned her Master Gardener designation. She holds a BA from Youngstown State University.