Professional summary

Experienced change leadership, communication and project manager with over 20 years of consulting experience, including 13 years at a Big 4 consulting firm. Major strengths include project management, change leadership, communication strategy, design, development and deployment, process review and redesign, and training development and deployment. Managed projects in a variety of industries including healthcare, technology, professional services and manufacturing. Interested in opportunities in talent strategies, change leadership, communication and project management.

Experienced and certified business coach. Using over 20 years of consulting experience, combine with her own experience as a entrepreneur to consult and coach corporations

Engagement overview

I am available for 3 types of engagements:

1) To help support an ongoing implementation with project management or change management/ communication support in a typical management consultant role.

2) To take a new project a partner/manager doesn't have time to babysit from stalled to complete.

3) Working with company owners, create & execute on a social media strategy to increase sales.


• St. Joseph's Healthcare System
• Pacific Pulmonary Services
• Motion Picture Industry Pension & Health Plan
• Kaiser Permanente
• Yahoo
• Agilent
• Dell
• Boeing
• BlueCross/Blue Shield (Regence & Nebraska)
• Deloitte Consulting's Women's Initiative
• Regal Commercial Services
• Devine Design
• The Profitable Organizer



Your question is about rewarding employees without breaking your budget. I wrote 2 blogs on the subject after working with a variety for organizations. They are here:

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I agree that review of mistakes is best done quickly and privately. Creating this change now should have a positive impact on your team. However, if there are mistakes everyone is making - then it would be good to go over those - as possibly a refresher for your team during your monthly meetings.

In terms of structure of a monthly team meeting. My question to you would be - what does ... Read more

I would agree with the advice above. The other challenge is going to be bringing both teams together, to work together as a new team. And also dealing with unease - as morale is going to go down for both sides of this new team.

Whenever I have had a team rapidly expand I have done two things to help. The first is to let the team know, during a team meeting or training, that whenever new team me... Read more