CEO and Founder, Public Consulting Group Inc.
Bill Mosakowski is Founder, President, and Chief Executive Officer of Public Consulting Group, Inc. (PCG), a management consulting firm serving clients in the health & human services and K-12 education sectors. In his current role, he oversees day-to-day operations and strategic initiatives for PCG which operates in all 50 states and in five countries.
Bill’s career has centered on serving the fiscal and operational needs of the public sector. Upon graduating from Clark University in 1976, he first worked as Assistant Revenue Director for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation. In 1981, he left public service to become Director of Reimbursement for Harvard Community Health Plan’s Parker Hill facility, a small hospital located in Boston’s Mission Hill neighborhood. Prior to forming PCG, Bill was a senior consultant with Touche Ross & Company now Deloitte & Touche, where he worked on comprehensive strategic planning projects for health and human services organizations across the country.
Bill founded PCG in 1986, combining his entrepreneurial business interests with a growing expertise in public sector fiscal and operational management. The firm quickly grew from a three-person operation to a highly successful, international company with roughly 2,000 employees, fifty-two offices, and nearly $400 million in gross annual sales. Today, PCG focuses on three major market areas: 1) enhancing operational and financial performance for state and local health and human services agencies; 2) providing consulting and technology applications to the K-12 education sector; and 3) developing and serving the national market for Third Party Administrator (TPA) services to support self-determination and consumer-directed care for chronically ill, frail and elderly, developmentally disabled, and other at-risk populations, through PCG’s subsidiary company – Public Partnerships, Ltd.
Bill served as chairman of the Clark University Board of Trustees in Worcester, MA (2007-2011), where he and wife Jane also founded the Mosakowski Institute for Public Enterprise. Additionally, Bill serves as Board Chair for St. Mary’s High School in Lynn, MA and as a member of the Board for the Massachusetts Association of Mental Health (MAMH). In 2015, he was named Chair of the Catholic Schools Foundation of Boston, which is the largest institution for granting aid to low income students in Catholic elementary and high schools in the Archdiocese of Boston. He joined CARE’s Board in 2019.