- ExpertiseRetail industry, business architecture, supply chain strategy and operations, business analysis and transformation.
- Favorite quote“What Got You Here Won’t Get You There” – Marshall Goldsmith. This connects with me because I am always pushing to creatively reinvent and reimagine. It is one way to satiate my relentless hunger for lifelong learning.
- ExperienceI am a passionate and results-oriented consulting professional and thought-leader with nearly 20 years of experience spanning multiple industries and disciplines. My accomplishments include leading projects and initiatives in retail, experience design and personalization, supply chain and fulfillment and business architecture. My passion and proven track record in working with global cross-functional teams enable organizations to visualize requirements, identify capability gaps and lead change management across the value chain.
- Passion for Inclusion and Diversity:I am energized and proud to help lead Slalom’s Seattle chapter of GLASS (Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender & Allied Employees Succeeding at Slalom). Additionally, being on the Seattle Inclusion Council also helps to support taking diversity to the next level by supporting Slalom inclusion & diversity as a core strategy and priority.
- What attracted you to Slalom?Slalom’s approach to being vested in our community by focusing on local work, clients and consultants. Not only does Slalom perseverate on delivering amazing solutions to our client’s toughest problems, it also really cares about its consultants and their career goals. Once you match great opportunities to passionate consultants, amazing results can be achieved. Slalom doesn’t try to prescribe to a client how to do things. Instead, we really do collaborate and partner with our clients to solve real problems side by side by rolling up our sleeves and being part of building something better together. That’s part of the Slalom secret sauce.
- EducationMBA, Supply Chain Management – Arizona State University
BSBA, Management Information Systems – The University of Arizona