Marjorie Stockford is a consultant for non-profits and an author. Her consulting work focuses on program evaluation, strategic planning and temporary staffing. She has worked as a consultant for ten years with clients in the education, environment, high technology and human rights fields. She has also served as a non-profit executive.
Stockford's first book, THE BELLWOMEN: THE STORY OF THE LANDMARK AT&T SEX DISCRIMINATION CASE, was published in 2004. It has been compared to A CIVIL ACTION and the movie ERIN BROCKOVICH in reviews and has been considered for a TV movie.