Jennifer is an experienced organizational anthropologist with a keen interest in building better communities and better organizations. She is an innovative, enthusiastic, and flexible high-performing leader devoted to the lifelong challenge of innovating and developing the knowledge and capabilities of others. Jennifer is particularly concerned with the sustainability of continuous improvement programs and has been successful in helping organizations implement lean methods and move from a more “event” or “point improvement” focused program to true continuous improvement culture at all levels of the organization—from Hoshin planning and strategic execution at the highest level, to daily management and front line improvement at the employee level.
Jennifer’s work shows proven results in:
Jennifer’s passion is realized in bringing purpose, focus and direction to any organization. She is skilled in understanding current culture and helping leaders shift current culture to a more nimble, innovative, connected culture focused on continuous improvement. Small organizations, national organizations, private sector, government, healthcare, manufacturing, education…Jennifer has a comfort level in any industry, regardless of size. She’s worked with surgeons, human resource professionals, architects, machinists, nurses, billers, administrators, underwriters, and more.
Jennifer holds a BA in Anthropology and is a Lean/Six Sigma Black Belt professional.