Mac McCabe

Mac McCabe has been a consultant and entrepreneur since 1989 working exclusively with small businesses whose missions prioritize sustainability and social responsibility. He specializes in profit-driven, hands-on advising to early-stage and expanding entrepreneurs, many affiliated with Social Venture Network. Mac has served as the interim CEO of several well-known socially responsible businesses, including Northeast Cooperatives (the original regional natural products wholesale grocer), clothing manufacturer Eileen Fisher, and the Greyston Bakery in Yonkers, which produces the brownies for Ben and Jerry’s. Mac was also the co-founder (with Gary Hirshberg of Stonyfield Farm) and CEO of O’Naturals, the first organic and natural quick service restaurant chain in the country.

Mac moved to Maine in 1975 to be the Merchandise Manager of L. L. Bean and has had other management positions, including Director of the businesses at the Museum of Modern Art, New York. He earned an MBA at Harvard University. He continues to live in Maine with his wife, a university professor, and works with clients throughout the country.