40 under 40 — Will Woldenberg
Beta Tau, 2004 — Recognized in: 2018
Will Woldenberg is the founder and president of Entegrit, a management consulting veteran-owned small business (VOSB) and benefit corporation (B-Corp) in Philadelphia.
With more than a decade of consulting experience with electric & gas distribution companies, nonprofit management, defense, health care policy, and sports management, Will leads initiatives for some of the largest organizations in the country in strategic planning, program & project implementation, organizational transformation, and corporate training.
A veteran of Operations Iraqi Freedom and New Dawn, Will continues to serve the United States Army Reserve as a part-time Public Affairs Officer with the 78th Training Division. He is a graduate of the Defense Information School’s Public Affairs Qualification Course (DINFOS PAQC) and the Signal Basic Officer Leaders Course (SBOLC). He is currently completing the Signal Captains Career Course (SCCC).
Will is dedicated to public service. He is a graduate of LEADERSHIP Philadelphia’s 2017 core class, a member of the Defense Council for the Truman National Security Project, and an incoming fellow with the New Leaders Council – Philadelphia chapter. Previously, Will graduated from the Arts and Business Council of Greater Philadelphia’s Business on Board program and the VIP Start Program sponsored by the Montgomery Country Chamber of Commerce.
Will is a life-long learner. He earned his master’s in Business Administration and his master’s in Strategic Management from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University. He received his Bachelor of Arts in History and English from Tulane University, where he was the chapter Phi of Beta Tau immediately after Hurricane Katrina. Will has also earned multiple professional certifications, including a Certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt (CLSSBB), a Project Management Professional (PMP), a Certified ScrumMaster (CSM) and a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR).
In 2006-2007, Will served as the Undergraduate Representative to the Board of Directors. In 2008, he co-founded the alumni association at Tulane and served as it’s inaugural Vice-President for 4 years until becoming President in 2012. After the fire at the BT chapter house in 2011, Will led the fundraising and development campaign to rebuild the house, leading the alumni association to collect almost $150,000 in direct contributions.
Will is also a past board member of the Zeta Psi Fraternity, where he developed and implemented the Torch of Zeta Psi program with the Ritual Committee as its chair. He is a past chair of the Alumni Development committee and President of Zete Kids. He also co-chaired the 2010 convention in New Orleans. Will is currently a trustee of the Zeta Psi Educational Foundation.
He lives with his wife Corey, a physical therapist, in the Queen Village section of Philadelphia.