Marge Bollman


Marge Bollman’s mother taught her children that we all have four obligations in life: to be honest, to be unselfish, to help those in need, and to always do our best. Marge, it’s clear to all who know her, listened to her mother.

Marge heads up our human resources and client support departments, and in both roles she brings tremendous value to our company. But she also serves many unofficial roles – lending an ear to disgruntled employees or coaching underperforming workers, for example – in which she brings value to people’s lives. If an entire company could have a mentor, Marge would be ours.

Away from work, Marge enjoys what she describes as “a little casino activity.” She’s a loyal fan of Notre Dame football and Detroit Tigers baseball, and she never misses an episode of NCIS. She likes listening to smooth jazz and traveling to Hawaii. And did we mention her casino interest?

Marge sits on the board of directors of Josina Lott Residential & Community Services, an organization that serves individuals with developmental disabilities, and she’s held several positions on the agency’s executive committee. She’s also an active volunteer at her church.

In addition to her mother’s wisdom, Marge finds inspiration in Helen Keller’s essay, “Optimism,” in which the author writes:

I long to accomplish a great and noble task, but it is my chief duty to accomplish humble tasks as though they were great and noble. The world is moved along, not only by the mighty shoves of its heroes, but also by the aggregate of the tiny pushes of each honest worker.

For two decades, Marge has been humbly tackling tasks at The Image Group in great and noble ways. Her mother would be proud.mbollmanlinkedin