Title: Chief Executive Officer, Founder
Company: Ducoing Human Capital
Education: MS in Education, NYC Teaching Fellows Program, Mercy College, with Distinction (2005); B in Industrial and Labor Relations, Cornell University (2003); Diploma, Chaminade High School (1999)
Career History: Chief Executive Officer, Founder, Ducoing Human Capital (2020-Present); Vice President of Global Learning, Change and Inclusion, Litera Corp. (2022-2023); Vice President of People and Change, Litera Corp. (2020-2022); Practice Director of Human Capital, K1 Operations (2014-2020); Human Capital Manager, Deloitte (2012-2014); Human Capital Senior Consultant, Deloitte (2009-2012); Human Capital Consultant, Deloitte (2007-2009); Recruiter, Assistant Account Manager, Algomod Technologies (2006-2007)
Maurice Ducoing, Founder and Chief Executive Officer at Ducoing Human Capital, has been recognized as a Marquis Emerging Leader for their contributions and achievements in the field of business.
A natural problem solver, Mr. Ducoing founded a consultancy that provides people-focused solutions that help clients from across numerous industries grow and better their companies. Through the business, he and his staff specialize in human capital management tools grounded in psychological safety; these include employee experience, change management, strategic communications, diversity, equity, and inclusion, people leader development, and organizational strategy. He himself designed executive-level tools that help to better engage with work and align with a company’s mission, vision, and values. Mr. Ducoing possesses a profound understanding of interpersonal relationships, recognizing them as fundamental to the emergence of workplace issues; in addition, he’s captivated by the intricacies of human dynamics and finds fulfillment in fostering comprehension by formulating theories in this field.
Prior to starting the company, Mr. Ducoing developed his prowess as a business leader at Litera Corporation—where he served as vice president of people and change, and then vice president of global learning, change, and inclusion between 2020 and 2023. He was previously active as the practice director of human capital at K1 Operations from 20-14 to 2020 and a human capital consultant, senior consultant, and human capital manager at Deloitte between 2007 and 2014—during which time he scored the highest rating of all people in his field and became the most valuable employee at the firm. Upon earning a Bachelor of Science in industrial and labor relations from Cornell University in 2003 and a Master of Science in education from Mercy College in 2005, he launched his career at Algomod Technologies as a recruiter and an assistant account manager from 2006 to 2007.
Outside of his primary endeavors, Mr. Ducoing has served as a middle school teacher in the Bronx, a fellow adviser and a consultant for NYC Teaching Fellows, and spent three years as an ESL and Dual Language Teacher at P.S. 045 Arthur Tappan and M.S. 302 Luissa Dessus Cruz within the New York City Department of Education. For several years, he served as a blogger for BluePick.org and managed a movie review blog, where he wrote about and analyzed films; he feels passionately that film, drawn art, and music are necessary and vital parts of the human experience. In addition, he has contributed articles to several publications and strives to one day write books that teach how to implement psychological safety and ensure they are useful tools in a work setting. He has been president of the Zeta Psi Educational Foundation since 2022 and a sponsor of its Human Capital scholarship Endowment since 2021.
Over the course of his robust career, Mr. Ducoing has participated in and seen more than 200 mergers and acquisitions; as a result, he’s accumulated a body of thought relative to tools, useful information, and support that work effectively to ensure people are in a better environment. Continuing his success into the future, he hopes to establish Ducoing Human Capital’s sustainable growth annually and bring more partners and employees to the organization.