Transition Management Consulting, Inc.

Our People

TMC's professional transition leaders and interim executives bring on average 25 years of experience as association executives to their engagements. When you engage TMC, you are engaging a firm with depth and experience unparalleled in the field of association and nonprofit management.

In addition to our professional interim executive directors and transition leaders, TMC supports associations and nonprofits through a rich network of consultants to provide project support in a variety of areas, including membership, marketing, communications, training, board development, strategic planning, financial management, non-dues revenue generation, organization development consulting, mergers, business process management, executive coaching, and more.

TMC is available to speak to boards and organizations about the important work of strengthening associations and nonprofits and empowering the people who lead, manage, and staff them. Please call us at 202-244-3163 to discuss.

Jackie Eder-Van Hook, PhD

President & Co-Founder
Jackie Eder-Van Hook is a highly skilled professional association and business executive. She serves as TMC's President and performs executive search, succession planning, and change management consulting.
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Bob Van Hook, MSPH, FASAE, CAE

Principal and Chief Transition Evangelist
Robert T. "Bob" Van Hook is an association executive and consultant with 30+ years experience leading complex organizations at the national, state, and local levels. Bob is a principal & co-founder with his partner Jackie Eder-Van Hook of Transition Management Consulting, Inc., a full-service interim executive management and executive transition company.
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Michael Eder

Operations Manager
Michael Eder joined TMC in 2013 as Operations Manager managing a full range of administrative, logistical, and operational duties in a wide variety of program areas including finance, information technology, human resources, procurement, and vendor management. He contributes to research, marketing, and communications efforts as well.
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