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Nicole Mularski

Nicole Mularski

Executive Search Consultant

Nicole Mularski is a new member of the Nonprofit and Government team within Find Great People’s Executive Search Division. With over fifteen years of sales and marketing experience she brings a wealth of knowledge in client retention, customer service, and economic trends. Since her time at FGP she has partnered on multiple Executive Director and CEO level roles for highly recognizable nonprofits as well as Director level roles for Government agencies across the state. Her long- term plan is to penetrate the Southeast so that every nonprofit and government agency has knowledge about FGP and their services.

Nicole is a Greenville native and been very involved in the community most of her professional career. Early on, she ran the Mental Wellness Partnership Group out of Spartanburg Regional Hospital as well as (WIPP) Women in Private Practice, to facilitate conversation with other mental health professionals about the mental health crisis across the state. While serving on both of those committees and participating in the CIT (Crisis Intervention Training) program, educating law enforcement on the signs for mental crisis, she was able to bring forth awareness to the State level of the growing epidemic.  In addition, she has sat on the board for the Alzheimer’s Association as chair for a “Walk to Remember”, donor committee for “A Night to Remember”, and co-chair for the Upstate Senior Network.  Along with several other volunteer experiences, Nicole feels her involvement in the community is important for supporting and strengthening the state’s nonprofit community through education, advocacy, and collaboration.

Nicole graduated from Clemson University with her B.S. in Health Science. With the intention of attending MUSC for physical therapy, she quickly learned that was not the appropriate path for her career. Starting in business development for a private hospital, Nicole realized her strengths lied within the realm of creating relationships and solving problems. In doing so, she received acknowledgements for continually exceeding quotas, most new business, and being a team player.

What is your favorite game or sport to watch or play?

I love watching football, mainly because of what all is involved when watching it. Football season is indicative of boots and sweater weather, cookouts, tailgating, and cold drinks.

What motivates you to work hard?

My family. Adding a new addition a year ago, I have a drive to provide the best life possible for my little boy and make my husband proud of the things I can accomplish.

What’s the most daring thing you’ve ever done?

Skydiving. And would do it again.