Who we Are


Lynn Post


Lynn Post has decades of experience marketing products and services for small, medium and large organizations in both industry and the nonprofit sector. Lynn is adept at evaluating markets and developing messaging, content and programs to reach those markets most effectively.

In the nonprofit sector, Lynn has provided strategic planning and marketing strategies for the Bridge House Shelter, the Visiting Nurse and Hospice of Vermont and New Hampshire and the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center. At the Nashua Senior Activity Center, Lynn served as Interim Executive Director and then Board Chair, significantly improving the financial viability of the center. Responsibilities included annual appeals, grant applications, event management and marketing communications. Lynn also provides pro bono management consulting via Executive Services Corp for their nonprofit clients.

Prior to starting The Post Group in 2009, Lynn held leadership product marketing and communications positions in technology companies such as EMC, HP, Apollo Computer and Digital Equipment Corporation. Lynn received a B.S. in Psychology and English Literature from Carnegie Mellon University.


Mark Post, Ph.D.

Vice President
Mark Post has over 30 years of experience developing software products, delivering IT solutions and managing business operations for organizations that range from small nonprofits to large Fortune 500 companies.

For the last ten years, Mark has been an independent consultant helping small businesses and nonprofit organizations improve their operational and financial systems and procedures. Areas of expertise include database marketing and management, customer and document management and financial systems and procedures.

Previously, Mark served as Director of Global Application Development at KPMG International, VP of Knowledge Management at Renaissance Solutions, Principal Engineer at Digital Equipment Corporation and Assistant Professor at The Johns Hopkins University. Mark received a B.S. in Mathematics from Carnegie Mellon University and a Ph.D. in Computer Science from Brown University.