The Top 50 Consulting Firm CEOs of 2022

The Consulting Report is pleased to announce The Top 50 Consulting Firm CEOs of 2022. With the management consulting market projected to top $1 trillion before the decade is out, growth targets among consulting firms have become more ambitious. The CEOs on this year’s list have managed to stand out in the crowd through their commitment to advancing the objectives of their clients. They do so by leveraging the collective vast experience of their organizations to deliver unique insights and strategies for long-term business success. They have differentiated themselves with industry specific expertise and various capabilities that help clients navigate through challenging and ever-changing business environments.

Some of the distinguished awardees on this year’s list include Booz Allen Hamilton’s President and CEO, Horacio Rozanski, who has helped his firm expand aggressively into the defense and intelligence markets. Meanwhile, Kearney’s Chairman and Managing Partner, Alex Liu, also serves as the company’s chief diversity officer, and his work in this field has been hailed by the Global Diversity List, the World Economic Forum, and CNBC. And McKinsey Global Managing Partner Bob Sternfels has accelerated the company’s expansion into key areas such as analytics, transformation, and sustainability, and helped launch the firm’s dedicated sustainability practice in 2021.

This year’s awardees were selected based on nominations from colleagues, peers, and other professionals in addition to in-house industry research. We weighed the quality and consistency of the nominations submitted on behalf of each candidate with firm performance and organizational growth. Each nominee was evaluated closely, with particular attention paid to written commentary provided. Please join us in celebrating The Top 50 Consulting Firm CEOs of 2022.


1. Horacio Rozanski
Company: Booz Allen Hamilton
Title: President and Chief Executive Officer

Booz Allen Hamilton is headed by President and Chief Executive Officer Horacio Rozanski, a three-decade veteran of the firm and a respected authority in the world of consulting. Building on his years as COO and chief personnel officer, Rozanski guides the firm’s efforts to bring improved strategy and operations to commercial clients the world over. Since taking charge of the company in 2012, Rozanski has helped Booz Allen Hamilton expand aggressively into the defense and intelligence markets, netting major revenue growth for the company.

Rozanski balances his duties with Booz Allen Hamilton with a wide array of volunteer and philanthropic interests: in addition to serving as chairman of the board of directors for Children’s National Medical Center, he sits on the Business Roundtable, the Kennedy Center Corporate Fund Board, and the Holocaust Memorial Museum’s Committee on Conscience. Rozanski holds an MBA in finance and business strategy from the University of Chicago and a Bachelor of Business Administration in statistics from the University of Wisconsin–Eau Claire.


2. Sam Balaji
Company: Deloitte
Title: Global Consulting Leader

Sam Balaji is the Global Consulting Leader at Deloitte Consulting and is also currently a Vice Chair on the company’s U.S. Board of Directors. With over 30 years of experience in client management and global leadership roles, Balaji has steered Deloitte through its continued study of the current trends and challenges faced by some of the world’s largest multinational corporations. Before taking on his current leadership role, Balaji managed Deloitte’s highest-profile clients in the technology and media sectors, driving innovation and coordinating complex business transformations.

Prior to joining Deloitte as a principal in 1996, Balaji served as practice leader at management firm CBSI (now CSC), distinguishing himself over his seven-year tenure with the company. Balaji has numerous publications to his name, penning industry and general interest articles on risk management and building digital trust. He earned a Bachelor of Science in chemical engineering from Annamalai University as well as a Master of Science in computer science and automation from the Indian Institute of Science.


3. Alex Liu
Company: Kearney
Title: Chairman and Managing Partner

Alex Liu has worn many hats over his quarter-century with management consulting firm Kearney, rising from region lead of its Communications, Media, and Technology practice
to his current position as Managing Partner and Chairman of the Board. Among Liu’s achievements with Kearney are his delivery of transformational business strategies and organizational improvement programs. Liu also serves as Kearney’s chief diversity officer, and his work in this field has been hailed by the Global Diversity List, the World Economic Forum, and CNBC.

Prior to his work with Kearney, Liu served as a partner at BCG for over a decade, and he began his career as a brand manager at Richardson-Vicks. A nationally recognized expert in management and logistics, Liu has published articles on topics including outsourcing and building joy in the workplace. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in economics from Yale and an MBA from Harvard Business School.


4. Julie Sweet
Company: Accenture
Title: Chair and Chief Executive Officer

Chair and Chief Executive Officer of Accenture Julie Sweet is responsible for leading the company’s 625,000-strong employee base in providing unparalleled expertise on all professional matters. Under Sweet’s leadership, Accenture has become recognized as an industry leader in applied technology matters ranging from cloud computing to digital security, working with clients in more than 40 industries around the world. Accenture boasts the world’s largest network of advanced technology and intelligent operations centers, an advantage that Sweet has leveraged to great acclaim during her time chairing the company.

Sweet’s advances in her field have not gone unnoticed. She is an honoree of both Fortune’s Most Powerful Women in Business list and Forbes’ 100 Most Powerful Women in the World, and she is a member of the World Economic Forum’s Board of Trustees and chair of Business Roundtable’s technology committee. Sweet is also a board member at the Marriott Foundation for People with Disabilities – Bridges from School to Work program. Sweet earned a Juris Doctor from Columbia Law School and a Bachelor of Arts from Claremont McKenna College.


5. Aiman Ezzat
Company: Capgemini
Title: Chief Executive Officer

Capgemini is led by Chief Executive Officer Aiman Ezzat, a remarkable leader who has been consistently honored by international organizations for his achievements in corporate leadership. Ezzat developed his reputation as a skilled executive over 17 years in a wide variety of roles with Capgemini, serving as both COO and CFO of the firm before taking on his current position. Under his guidance, Capgemini has consistently broken one record after another, recently crossing the 340,000-employee threshold and posting best-ever profits despite a difficult climate.

Although Ezzat is best known for his long history with Capgemini, he began his career in sales at IBM, then worked for Genpact Headstrong capital markets as managing director of international operations for four years. In September 2021, he was named the “Best European CEO” for the technology and software category in Institutional Investor’s “2021 All Europe Executive Team” annual ranking. Ezzat holds a Master of Science in chemical engineering from CPE Lyon and an MBA from the University of California, Los Angeles’ Anderson School of Management.


6. Salil Parekh
Company: Infosys
Title: Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director

As Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of Infosys, Salil Parekh is responsible for setting and evolving the direction of the $13 billion company. Infosys is widely known as a global leader in digital transformation and consulting services, with more than 279,000 employees serving more than 1,700 clients in over 50 countries. The company was positioned as a Leader in Gartner Magic Quadrant for IT Services for Communications Service Providers in 2021, Worldwide.

Before joining Infosys, Parekh was a member of the Group Executive Board at Capgemini, holding several leadership positions over 25 years and leading the North America growth and turnaround strategy. He also served as a partner at Ernst & Young. Parekh received his Master of Engineering in computer science and mechanical engineering from Cornell University, and his Bachelor of Technology in aeronautical engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay.


7. Manny Maceda
Company: Bain & Company
Title: Worldwide Managing Partner

Leading Bain & Company’s 64 offices in 39 countries around the world is Manny Maceda, Worldwide Managing Partner and member of the Board of Directors. In this capacity, Maceda has distinguished himself in leading Bain’s strategy and operations to deliver next-level management consulting. A seasoned executive, Maceda previously headed the company’s Asia-Pacific region and led its performance improvement practice. With a specialization in large corporate transformations, Maceda has directed Bain’s industry-standout consulting services for clients in sectors ranging from e-commerce to telecommunications to financial services.

Maceda began his career as a marketing development engineer at DuPont. In addition to his duties with Bain, Maceda has served for more than a decade as a member of the North American advisory board of MIT’s Sloan School. Maceda earned a master’s degree in management from MIT’s Sloan School of Management and a Bachelor of Science in engineering from the Illinois Institute of Technology.


8. Bob Sternfels
Company: McKinsey & Company
Title: Global Managing Partner

Bob Sternfels was named Global Managing Partner of McKinsey & Company in 2021. Building on his more than 25 years of excellence in leading industry and functional practices with the company, Sternfels has accelerated McKinsey’s expansion into key areas such as analytics, transformation, and sustainability, helping launch the firm’s dedicated sustainability practice in 2021. Sternfels has also been a champion of McKinsey’s efforts to boost diversity and equity in the workplace, diversifying its talent profiles while relentlessly pushing innovation.

A leader who has long been passionate about contributing his talents to improve business and society, Sternfels is a founding member and chair of the African Leadership Group, and holds a seat at organizations including the Business Roundtable, Fortune CEO Initiative, and Trilateral Commission. Sternfels has been invited to share his insights with the World Economic Forum and Bloomberg, among other leading organizations. Sternfels earned a master’s degree in politics, philosophy, and economics from the University of Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar and a bachelor’s degree in economics and history from Stanford University.


9. Bill Thomas
Company: KPMG International
Title: Global Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Bill Thomas is the Global Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of KPMG International, having risen from leading the company’s Canadian division and serving as chair of the Americas region. As the top executive of the British–Dutch multinational professional services network and Big Four accounting organization, Thomas is responsible for leading a team of more than 200,000 professionals around the world to consistently deliver top-of-field results.

A fervent advocate of diversity and equity issues, Thomas has frequently published writings on such topics as well as other management matters, and for his efforts in this field he was honored with the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal and named a Catalyst Canada Honours Champion. A licensed chartered accountant, Thomas is a standing fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of British Columbia, and he serves on the International Integrated Reporting Council and Business Roundtable. Thomas earned a Bachelor of Science in chemistry from the University of British Columbia.


10. Nazzic Keene
Company: SAIC
Title: Chief Executive Officer

With areas of specialization including executive development and IT services, SAIC’s Chief Executive Officer Nazzic Keene has continuously delivered next-level leadership to the system integration and IT engineering firm. The winner of multiple chief executive awards from WashingtonExec and The Washington Business Journal, Keene is hailed as a standout leader in her field. Through Keene’s unparalleled expertise as an executive, SAIC has grown to bring in annual pro forma revenues in excess of $7 billion.

Prior to joining SAIC, Keene distinguished herself over the better part of a decade as an SVP and general manager at Canadian IT services provider CGI, before which she held executive positions at American Management Systems and Electronic Data Systems. A lifelong volunteer and advocate, Keene has served on the boards of Capital Partners for Education, the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors, and the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. She holds Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts degrees in management information systems from the University of Arizona.


11. Carmine Di Sibio
Company: EY
Title: Global Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

As Global Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of professional services company EY, Carmine Di Sibio is responsible for steering his organization to new heights, leading its team of more than 310,000 employees to bring in over $45 billion in revenue last year. He has made a name for himself as a driver of innovation, managing a $1 billion investment in new technology solutions, and expanding EY operations into new fields across 150 countries.

Di Sibio has worked with EY for more than two decades, leading its financial services and assurance and advisory divisions to deliver top-tier results for its clients. In addition to serving on the board of Focusing Capital on the Long Term, he sits on the International Business Council of the World Economic Forum and the boards of Family Promise and the Foundation for Empowering Citizens with Autism and is a member of Colgate University’s board of trustees. Di Sibio holds an MBA from New York University’s Stern School of Business and a Bachelor of Arts in chemistry from Colgate University.


12. Nigel Vaz
Company: Publicis Sapient
Title: Chief Executive Officer

Nigel Vaz serves as Chief Executive Officer of Publicis Sapient, a digital business transformation company he has headed since 2019. A groundbreaking entrepreneur, Vaz has delivered strategic advice to some of the world’s top brands during his time with Publicis Sapient and his 23 years with Sapient before the company’s rebrand. Some of his key areas of expertise include digital transformation and strategy in the financial services, consumer products, and media and technology sectors.

For his many accomplishments as a thought leader and pioneer in digital transformation, Vaz has been honored by a wide variety of institutions in the industry, including being inducted into the BIMA Digital Hall of Fame and serving a stint as president of the Institute of Practitioners in Advertising. He is frequently featured as a commentator in broadcast and print media including Bloomberg, CNN, the BBC, and The Wall Street Journal, and his book, “Digital Business Transformation: How Established Companies Sustain Competitive Advantage From Now To Next,” achieved bestseller status.


13. Michael Poulos
Company: Marsh Advisory
Title: President

Bringing nearly 30 years of consulting experience to his role as President of Marsh Advisory, Michael Poulos guides the company's business units with a particular focus on ensuring overall commercial and operational success. The company uses industry-leading data and analytics to help its clients identify significant risks, quantify impacts, and determine the best strategies to move forward confidently. Marsh Advisory, which is a business of Marsh McLennan, boasts a global team of industry-specific specialists in more than 40 countries around the world.

Poulos began his professional career after receiving his Bachelor of Science in economics from the University of Pennsylvania in 1993. That same year, he joined Marsh’s sister company, Oliver Wyman, which at the time was a small boutique consulting firm. During his 21 year tenure there, he played a significant role in building the business and ultimately integrating it into the Marsh & McLennan Companies family after its acquisition. Among his several positions at Oliver Wyman, Poulos served as the head of Oliver Wyman’s New York office, the leader of the firm’s Financial Services practice in the Americas, and a member of the firm’s global operating and management committees. In December 2014, he left Oliver Wyman to join Marsh.


14. Robert Moritz
Company: PwC
Title: Global Chairman

Since 2016, Robert Moritz has sat at the helm of PricewaterhouseCoopers as the company’s Global Chairman. Leading a team of 295,000 employees across more than 150 countries, Moritz has driven PwC to continue its boundary-breaking work in problem-solving for multinationals and startups alike. Under Mortiz’ leadership, PwC has further developed its worldwide professional services network, commencing an ambitious plan to expand its team by another 100,000 experts.

His time as the top executive of PwC has been marked by remarkable success, but Moritz’ track record of excellence with the company stretches back to the beginning of his career in 1985, having previously served as U.S. chairman and senior partner, assurance leader, and managing partner of the New York office and metro region. He is currently a member of the World Economic Forum’s International Business Council, and he sits on the Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy. Moritz earned a Bachelor of Science in business administration from the State University of New York at Oswego.


15. Arvind Krishna
Company: IBM
Title: Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

As Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of IBM, Arvind Krishna leverages his extensive history of engineering and organizational leadership to continually steer the tech giant to new heights. Krishna has spearheaded IBM’s recent breakthroughs in markets including AI, blockchain, and quantum computing, guiding the company to the development of innovative products based on these and other technologies. Under Krishna’s leadership, IBM recently completed a $34 billion acquisition of Red Hat, further establishing its industry leadership in hybrid cloud application support.

Krishna began his tenure at IBM in 1990, working for nearly two decades in the Watson Research, Tivoli products, and database/warehouse products divisions. Through his work with IBM, Krishna earned numerous awards within the company for his achievements in LAN and RFID product development, and holds over a dozen patents on cutting-edge developments in the field. Krishna holds a PhD in electrical and computer engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and a Bachelor of Technology in electrical engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur.


16. Ignacio García Alves
Company: Arthur D. Little
Title: Global Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

In his nearly 30 years with management consulting firm Arthur D. Little, Ignacio García Alves has worked his way from business analyst to Global Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. Founded in 1886, Arthur D. Little is the world’s first management consulting firm, specializing in helping clients solve complex business issues and delivering sustainable results by leveraging deep expertise and innovation to improve the way they do business. Under Alves’ guidance, the firm has experienced strong growth by linking strategy, innovation, and transformation for technology-intensive and converging industries across the world, continuing its 135-year history of providing ground-breaking thought leadership.

Prior to joining ADL in 1992, Alves worked with consulting firm Accenture. In the 2020 edition of CEO Today’s Top CEOs In Management Consulting list, Alves was named as one of the industry’s top performers based in Europe. Alves received his Master of Science in electrical engineering from Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands, as well as a Master of Management from ESCP Europe in Oxford, Madrid, and Paris.


17. C Vijayakumar
Company: HCL Technologies
Title: Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director

As Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of HCL Technologies, C Vijayakumar is currently the highest-paid Indian CEO in the IT sector. Vijayakumar joined the global IT firm in 1994 as a member of the core team that designed and implemented India’s first ever fully automated trading network at the National Stock Exchange. Later, he was part of the founding team of the wholly owned subsidiary HCL Comnet, and he and his team are widely credited with having founded the Remote Infrastructure Management proposition, which is a multi-billion dollar global industry today. In 2016, after working in various positions for HCL Technologies, Vijayakumar was promoted to CEO, where he leads the $11+ billion technology company's overall strategy and global expansion.

Vijayakumar’s personal leadership on this journey has been globally recognized across the industry by leading business magazines, with Business Today rating him as the "Best CEO of the Year, 2020" in the IT/ITES Industry. Previously, he was included in the list of "Top 10 Disruptive CEOs'' by industry analyst group HFS. Furthermore, Vijayakumar is passionate about promoting sustainable business practices. In 2021, his company landed on Edelweiss’s annual "ESG Scorecard & Rating'' list. That same year, HCL Technologies was named "Corporate Citizen of the Year'' by The Economic Times. Vijayakumar earned a bachelor’s degree in electrical and electronics engineering from PSG College of Technology.


18. Tony Alvarez II
Company: Alvarez & Marsal
Title: Co-Founder and Co-Chief Executive Officer

Alvarez & Marsal’s Co-Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder Tony Alvarez II has helped the company grow over the last four decades into the world’s leading independent global professional services provider. A&M operates in 25+ countries and 65+ offices on four continents and provides corporate restructuring, performance improvement, and business advisory services (including mergers and acquisitions, tax advisory, and litigation support).

With considerable personal expertise in corporate restructuring, Alvarez has led his firm’s recent expansion in European and Asian markets, and he also serves on the boards of the Cancer Research Institute and New York University’s Stern School of Business. Prior to founding A&M with co-CEO Bryan Marsal, Alvarez spent 12 years at Coopers & Lybrand, where he was a Partner and Head of the Restructuring Advisory practice in New York. Additionally, he spent two years at Norton Simon, which included operating companies such as Avis, Hunt Wesson, Max Factor, and others. Alvarez holds an MBA from New York University and a bachelor’s degree in business from De La Salle University.


19. Brian Humphries
Company: Cognizant
Title: Chief Executive Officer

Brian Humphries is the Chief Executive Officer of Cognizant, which provides information technology consulting and business process outsourcing services for a variety of industries, including financial, healthcare, entertainment, manufacturing, and media. As CEO, Humphries leads the company’s client-first culture and is responsible for ensuring sustainable growth and long-term shareholder value. Cognizant was recently named a leading provider of healthcare automation solutions by Everest Group in its Intelligent Automation in Healthcare – Solutions PEAK Matrix® Assessment 2022.

Before joining Cognizant, Humphries served as CEO of Vodafone Business. Prior to that, he was president and chief operating officer of Dell Technologies’ Infrastructure Solutions Group as well as president of Global Enterprise Solutions and VP and general manager of EMEA Enterprise Solutions. Previously, Humphries held a variety of senior roles at Hewlett-Packard for over a decade, and spent the early part of his career with Compaq and Digital Equipment Corporation. He received his Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Ulster, Northern Ireland.


20. Rajesh Gopinathan
Company: Tata Consultancy Services
Title: Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director

Managing Director of Tata Consultancy Services and its Chief Executive Officer since 2017, Rajesh Gopinathan has raised the global IT services firm to the top of its industry. Making the most of his decades as the company’s chief financial officer, among other roles, Gopinathan has helped TCS break one record after another, cementing its status as one of the most valuable companies in India and bringing in revenues in excess of $25 billion in the latest fiscal year.

In addition to delivering groundbreaking results year after year for TCS, Gopinathan has also earned numerous accolades for his leadership, being named best CEO by Institutional Investor in 2018 and outstanding business leader of the year by CNBC. Gopinathan earned a Bachelor of Engineering degree in electrical and electronics engineering from the National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirappalli, as well as a post-graduate diploma in management from the Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad.


21. Sophie Ross
Company: FTI Consulting
Title: Global Chief Executive Officer of FTI Technology

As Global Chief Executive Officer of FTI Consulting’s Technology segment, Sophie Ross is in charge of all matters technological for the company of more than 7,500 employees located in 31 countries on six continents. Specializing in issues related to discovery and review, Ross leads her team to consistently deliver top-tier strategy and development consulting to clients around the world. She has distinguished herself many times over during her tenure at FTI, previously leading the company’s western region and founding the FTI Consulting Acuity Document Review business.

Ross made a name for herself as a savvy leader as COO of Strategic Discovery, a litigation discovery company later acquired by FTI, after cutting her teeth as Executive VP of Global Delivery & Operations at the software firm Freeborders. Among her many professional accolades are an FTI Founder Award and FTI’s Technology Sales and Marketing Innovator’s Award. Ross holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and a Bachelor of Science in engineering from Tel Aviv University.


22. George Schindler
Company: CGI
Title: President and Chief Executive Officer

George Schindler is the President and Chief Executive Officer of CGI as well as a member of its Board of Directors. Among the largest information technology and business consulting services companies in the world, CGI provides insights and results to a wide variety of public and private sector organizations. Appointed to the position in 2016, Schindler has been instrumental in the company’s “Build and Buy” growth strategy, leading worldwide partnerships to deliver digital transformation services to its clients.

During his long tenure with the company, Schindler previously served as president and chief operating officer of global operations as well as president of the U.S. business and of CGI Federal. As an executive sponsor for CGI’s Dream Connectors program, he leads the connection of the firm’s professionals with the needs of more than 400 communities where they live and work. Schindler received his Bachelor of Science in computer science from Purdue University.


23. Nick Studer
Company: Oliver Wyman
Title: President and Chief Executive Officer

Nick Studer’s 24-year tenure at managing consulting great Oliver Wyman began a new chapter in 2021 with his appointment as Chief Executive Officer. Having previously served as a consultant and a partner at the firm, rising to head the company’s industrial and services practices and financial services divisions, Studer dedicates his considerable experience to leading Oliver Wyman in advising the world’s top companies on matters related to governance, strategy, and policy.

Studer’s expertise in his field is widely recognized: he has served as an advisor to several senior policymakers, and he has authored pivotal studies to enhance the global competitiveness and sustainability of U.K. financial and industrial practices. A fierce advocate of diversity, Studer heads his company’s inclusion council and diversity group, and his work in this field earned him a spot on INvolve/EMpower’s Top 20 Advocates list. Studer earned a Bachelor of Arts and a Master of Engineering in manufacturing engineering from the University of Cambridge.


24. Amy Gilliland
Company: General Dynamics Information Technology
Title: President

Amy Gilliland has been President of General Dynamics Information Technology (GDIT), a business unit of General Dynamics Corporation, for more than five years. GDIT is an $8.5 billion global technology enterprise with operations in 30 countries worldwide and 30,000 technologists and services professionals delivering critical mission capabilities across defense, civilian, and intelligence agencies. Gilliland’s leadership has leveraged over two decades of work in the defense and technology sectors to help GDIT drive growth in AI, cybersecurity, and cloud services for its international consulting and technology business.

Gilliland’s visionary leadership at GDIT is the culmination of nearly twenty years of excellence with it and its parent company. Prior to joining General Dynamics in 2005, she served in the U.S. Navy for more than six years, where she worked as a Congressional liaison officer among other distinguished posts. She earned an MBA from Georgetown University, a master’s degree in international relations and affairs from the University of Cambridge, and a bachelor’s degree in political science from the U.S. Naval Academy.


25. Shai Waisman
Company: Kroll
Title: President

Shai Waisman serves as President of the advisory firm Kroll, having previously headed the company’s Business Services division. In this role, Waisman guides Kroll’s business units with a particular focus on ensuring commercial and operational success in all matters of valuation, governance, and risk. Since his appointment as President, Waisman has helped steer Kroll through a strategic transformation in the direction of growth and inclusion.

Before joining Kroll, Waisman was CEO of the company’s subsidiary Prime Clerk, and spent 14 years at Weil, Gotshal & Manges. Waisman currently serves as the vice chair on the Board of Overseers of the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law; as a member of the New York Advisory Board of Facing History & Ourselves; as a board member of the Foundation for Education in Honduras; and as a member of the Board of Directors, UJA-Federation of New York. He also serves on the executive committee of the Lawyers Division of UJA-Federation of New York and formerly served on the executive committee of the Bankruptcy & Reorganization Group of UJA-Federation of New York. Waisman holds a Juris Doctorate from Yeshiva University’s Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law and a Bachelor of Arts in political science and government from American University.


26. Gregory J. Hayes
Company: Raytheon Technologies
Title: Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

As Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Raytheon Technologies, Gregory J. Hayes stands at the helm of an aerospace and defense company that employs more than 180,000 people and generates over $64 billion in annual revenue. The company is one of the largest aerospace, intelligence services, and defense companies in the world by revenue and researches, develops, and manufactures a variety of advanced products in that space. The company was recently named to Forbes’ America’s Best Employers for Diversity 2022 list for its efforts to incorporate diversity, equity, and inclusion into its business practices.

Before joining Raytheon Technologies, Hayes held several senior leadership roles in corporate strategy, finance, and business development in his over 20 years with United Technologies Corporation, including serving as Chairman and CEO, leading a number of successful acquisitions and ultimately leading the merger of UTC with Raytheon Company to form Raytheon Technologies. Hayes received his Bachelor of Science in economics from Purdue University.


27. David Kessler
Company: CohnReznick
Title: Chief Executive Officer

Although David Kessler became Chief Executive Officer of CohnReznick in February 2020, his roots with the company run nearly 40 years deep. Wielding his freshly earned accounting degree from the University of Maryland, Kessler began working for the company now known as CohnReznick, following a series of name changes, right out of college. Since he began, the organization’s growth has exploded. It started with just two Maryland offices, and now it has 25 offices around the U.S., making it one of the country’s largest professional services firms.

Much of this aggressive expansion can be traced back to Kessler's influence as a business leader. After joining the company in 1985, it took him only 11 years to make partner. Over time, he has served as a co-managing-partner of CohnReznick's second-largest office, as head of the firm’s real estate private practice, and currently holds a seat on the board. Kessler designed and has taught a real estate accounting graduate-level course at Georgetown University’s School of Continuing Studies and the University of Maryland’s School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation as part of each university’s graduate degree program in real estate development. He has also been a frequent speaker at real estate industry conferences throughout the country.


28. Tom Arseneault
Company: BAE Systems
Title: President and Chief Executive Officer

The President and Chief Executive Officer of BAE Systems is Tom Arseneault, a leader responsible for maintaining the defense and security company’s international operations and workforce of over 34,000. Arseneault is also an executive director on the BAE Systems plc Board of Directors, a member of the company’s Executive Committee, and an officer director on the BAE Systems, Inc. Board of Directors. Previously, he was president of the company’s Electronic Systems Sector, responsible for operations spanning the commercial and defense electronics markets and its extensive portfolio of mission critical electronic systems. He also served as executive vice president of BAE Systems’ Product Sectors, responsible for articulating and executing a vision that drove optimal business performance across the Electronic Systems and legacy Land & Armaments businesses. He also recently served as president and COO for the organization and was integral to its return to profitable growth.

Before he began his work with BAE, Arseneault held key leadership positions at Lockheed Martin subsidiary Sanders and remained with the company following its acquisition by BAE in 2000. He earned an MBA from Boston University as well as a Bachelor’s degree and a Master’s degree in electrical engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute.


29. Clay Heskett
Company: L.E.K. Consulting
Title: Chairman and Global Managing Partner

In 2021, Clay Heskett was elected by the L.E.K. Consulting partnership to lead the company as Global Managing Partner. L.E.K. Consulting, a global management consulting company, was founded in 1983 and employs more than 1,600 professionals across the Americas, Asia-Pacific, and Europe. As GMP, Heskett is responsible for the company's global strategy and operations. He joined L.E.K. in 2005 and has held numerous positions over the years. Based in London, he previously served as head of L.E.K.’s European region and the head of its European Life Sciences practice. Since 2016, he has also been a member of the company’s Board of Directors, and recently added Chairman to his list of impressive titles.

Heskett joined L.E.K. in 2005 from Boston Consulting Group and was elected to the partnership in 2007. His current areas of focus include the strategic growth of the firm, building upon its prodigious talent resources, and advancing the L.E.K. culture. He previously worked in technology development for Los Alamos National Laboratory. Heskett holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Virginia.


30. Paul Keary
Company: Teneo
Title: Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer

Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Teneo’s five global business segments, Paul Keary has earned a reputation as a masterful consultant on all matters operational and strategic. As the leader of a team of more than 1,200 across more than 30 international offices, Keary has driven Teneo to deliver next-level consulting to clients ranging from Fortune 100 companies to major global financial institutions. He has pushed the consulting organization to new heights in disciplines including modern talent advisory, cyber risk, and restructuring.

Throughout his career, Keary has been honored as an insightful and innovative leader. A previous honoree of The Irish Echo’s Top 40 Under 40 award for the North American region, Keary has also won the PRCA Award for Consulting Excellence, and currently serves as the director of the U.S. Foundation Board for the National University of Ireland, Galway. He previously held leadership positions at FTI Consulting, Financial Dynamics, and Xerox.


31. Jason Providakes
Company: MITRE
Title: President and Chief Executive Officer

Celebrated nonprofit consulting firm The MITRE Corporation is headed by its President and Chief Executive Officer, Jason Providakes. Providakes joined the company as a lead scientist more than three decades ago, going on to lead MITRE’s groundbreaking work with military and civilian government agencies. At the helm of the company since 2017, he helps MITRE deliver next-level solutions to critical issues in defense, healthcare, cybersecurity, and engineering through cutting-edge technology operated at federally funded research and development centers.

Before joining MITRE in 1989, Providakes worked as a researcher at Cornell University, completing critical research in radar backscatter and publishing his findings extensively in professional and academic journals. He earned a PhD in space physics from Cornell University and a bachelor’s and master’s degree in electrical engineering from Worcester Polytechnic University.


32. Brian Becker
Company: RSM US LLP
Title: Managing Partner and Chief Executive Officer

In 2022, Brian Becker was named Managing Partner and Chief Executive Officer of RSM US LLP, a global network of independent audit, tax, and consulting firms with 51,000 people across 123 countries. This top role is the culmination of Becker's 30+ years of excellence in accounting and leadership with the company. An expert in digital transformation, he has held numerous national and regional leadership roles at RSM, including serving as a member of the RSM US Board of Directors from 2011 to 2015. In 2017, after becoming the company’s consulting leader, he needed only five years to triple the size of the practice. As a result of his efforts, he earned the title of "Partner of the Year," RSM's highest honor.

Becker is a CPA and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in accounting from the University of Northern Iowa. He is also a graduate of RSM’s executive strategy program at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. In addition to his work at RSM, Becker is developing a nonprofit foundation to support medical care for chronically ill young people as they transition from pediatric care to adult care — a journey he has traveled with his daughter.


33. Jeff Wray
Company: EY-Parthenon
Title: Global Leader

Jeff Wray is the Global Leader of EY-Parthenon. EY-Parthenon is one of the largest global strategy consulting organizations, with more than 7,700 professionals helping CEOs and business leaders design and deliver transformative strategies across the entire enterprise, to help build long-term value for all stakeholders. By connecting teams and technologies from within EY-Parthenon and the broader EY ecosystem, the firm can provide clients with corporate, transaction, and turnaround strategies that are actionable and impactful and that help deliver long-term, sustainable value.

With over 25 years of consulting experience developing strategy and driving large-scale operational change, Wray is an accomplished leader across a wide range of consumer products and retail industries including food, beverage, personal care, consumer electronics, apparel, and retail. He has significant experience in transactions, including small scale growth, corporate venture capital, and large scale divestitures and merger integration, and his global competency spans North America, China, South America, and Western Europe. Previously, he was the Americas Leader for EY-Parthenon's Growth Strategy team and was the Global Consumer Industry Market Leader for EY's Transaction Advisory Services. Earlier in his career, he also served as a partner and managing director for The Boston Consulting Group, and as a principal at A.T. Kearney. Wray holds an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and a bachelor’s degree in business/finance from Miami University.


34. James Goodnight
Company: SAS
Title: Co-Founder and Chief Executive Office

Top business analytics software firm SAS is headed by its Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer James Goodnight. By all metrics, Goodnight has steered SAS to remarkable achievements in development and corporate culture, recently being named the #1 Best Place to Work by Fortune. Goodnight has maintained his longtime practice of investing a quarter of SAS’ total revenue into research and development, pushing the company to continue to lead the field in innovation.

Goodnight’s 46 years of excellence at SAS have netted him a wealth of awards and honors, ranging from Stem Connector’s 100 CEO Leaders in STEM to Elon College’s Elon Medal for Entrepreneurial Leadership. A member of the Business Roundtable and the Business Council, Goodnight has authored numerous books and articles on effective leadership and entrepreneurship. Goodnight holds a bachelor’s degree in applied mathematics, a master’s degree in experimental statistics, and a PhD in statistics from North Carolina State University.


35. John Haley
Company: Willis Towers Watson
Title: Chief Executive Officer and Director

John Haley serves as Chief Executive Officer and a Director of Willis Towers Watson, and his history of excellence with the company extends back to 1977. Haley led WTW through its public offering as well as three historic mergers, guiding the firm to increasing success with his vision and deep knowledge of the actuarial and financial services fields.

Haley’s expertise in the field is well established. The author of the most recent edition of the authoritative book on the subject, “Fundamentals of Private Pensions,” Haley is a current fellow of the Society of Actuaries and the Conference of Consulting Actuaries, and is a trustee emeritus of the Actuarial Foundation. He is also a member of the boards of directors for the New World Symphony and the Miami Cancer Institute. Haley holds a Bachelor of Arts in mathematics from Rutgers University.


36. Seth Siegel
Company: Grant Thornton
Title: Chief Executive Officer

Seth Siegel is the Chief Executive Officer of Grant Thornton LLP. He previously served as Grant Thornton’s office managing partner for South Florida and has also served on the Grant Thornton Partnership Board as one of 10 members elected by the firm’s partners and principals to govern the partnership and oversee the work of the firm’s CEO. Additionally, Siegel has served as a member of the firm’s Audit Quality Advisory Council and as a member of the Grant Thornton Experience Leadership Council. He joined Grant Thornton in 1996 and became a partner in 2006 — having briefly left the firm in the late 1990s to work as a controller and a registered representative in the financial services sector. He served as Grant Thornton’s Florida Audit practice leader from 2012 to 2019 and previously led Grant Thornton’s Florida Real Estate, Construction, and Hospitality industry group.

Siegel received a bachelor’s in accounting from Florida Atlantic University and has completed the National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD) “Director Professionalism” program. He is a member of the Florida Atlantic University School of Accounting Advisory Board, and previously served as the board’s president. In addition, he is a past vice president of the Hospitality Financial and Technology Professionals, South Florida Chapter. He is currently on the Board of Directors and a member of the Audit Committee for the Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital Foundation and the Memorial Hospital Foundation and has served on boards and committees for various charitable and community organizations.


37. Thierry Delaporte
Company: Wipro Limited
Title: Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director

Thierry Delaporte is the Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of Wipro Limited, an international information technology, consulting, and business process services company that employs over 250,000 people across six continents. The company generated nearly $11 billion in revenue in its latest fiscal year and was recognized as a Gold employer by the India Workplace Equality Index 2021, based on its demonstrated instances of embedding LGBTQ+ inclusion in its policies, hiring practices, and external communication.

Delaporte brings nearly three decades of experience in the IT services industry to the company, having previously held a wide variety of leadership positions at Capgemini, where he served for over 25 years. As President and Co-Founder of Life Project 4 Youth, Delaporte leads a global alliance of local organizations working to develop solutions for the social and professional integration of excluded youth living in extreme poverty. Delaporte holds a Master of Laws from the Sorbonne University and a bachelor’s degree in economy and finance from Sciences Po Paris.


38. Nourdine Bihmane
Company: Atos
Title: Group Chief Executive Officer

A longtime leader in technology and digital transformation, Nourdine Bihmane was named Group Chief Executive Officer in charge of Tech Foundations at IT consulting leader Atos earlier this year. Bihmane’s history with the company stretches back more than two decades, beginning in sales in Operations & Delivery Management and progressing to a series of SVP and CEO roles in multiple international markets. More recently, he helped transform Atos into a leader in business decarbonization, advancing the cause of digital-first carbon-neutral business solutions.

A passionate volunteer, he is a member of think tank Club Ivy’s science and technology committee, and he has worked for three years as special advisor to the executive director in volunteer food distribution with Red Cross Spain. Bihmane holds a degree in anthropology from Princeton University as well as advanced training in leadership in digital transformation from INSEAD.


39. Eugene Hall
Company: Gartner
Title: Chief Executive Officer

Eugene Hall serves as Chief Executive Officer of Gartner. Gartner’s combination of expert-led, practitioner-sourced, and data-driven research steers clients toward the right decisions on the issues that matter most. As a $4.7 billion company with over 16,000 associates and a member of the S&P 500, it is an objective partner with 15,000+ client enterprises in more than 100 countries — across all major functions, in every industry and enterprise size — and boasts 40+ years of experience providing insights and expert guidance to client enterprises worldwide.

Prior to joining Gartner as CEO in 2004, Hall was a senior executive at Automatic Data Processing, Inc. (ADP), a Fortune 500 global technology and services company, serving most recently as President, Employers Services Major Accounts Division. Before joining ADP in 1998, Hall spent 16 years at McKinsey & Company, most recently as Director. In his role at Gartner, he is responsible for developing and executing on the company’s operating plan and business strategies in consultation with the Board of Directors, and for driving Gartner’s business and financial performance, and is the sole management representative on the Board. Hall earned his MBA from Harvard Business School.


40. Joseph Tarantino
Company: Protiviti
Title: President and Chief Executive Officer

Joseph Tarantino has served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Protiviti since 2007 and has been with the firm since its inception in 2002. Serving more than 60% of Fortune 1000 and 35% of Fortune Global 500 companies, the firm also works with growing businesses and public sector agencies to help them confidently address challenges and opportunities in technology, finance, business process, risk, compliance, and many other domains. The firm was recently named in Fortune Magazine’s 100 Best Companies to Work For 2022 list.

Tarantino brings over 40 years of consulting experience to his role, having previously served as managing director of the company’s U.S. Northeast practice, as well as leading its global industry program. He has also spent over 15 years as a board member with Boys Hope Girls Hope NY, an organization dedicated to helping underrepresented youth become well-educated and career-ready. Tarantino received his Bachelor of Science in accounting from The Peter J. Tobin College of Business at St. John’s University.


41. Brad Jackson
Company: Slalom
Title: Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer

Brad Jackson is co-founder and CEO of Slalom, a purpose-led, global business and technology consulting company. He works alongside 13,000+ team members in six countries and 43 markets around the world, all of whom are helping customers dream bigger, move faster, and build better tomorrows for all. Brad nurtures a values-based culture and a customer-centric approach which has been consistently recognized by its employees and industry through honors from Forbes, Fortune, Glassdoor, Human Rights Campaign Foundation, and others as a great place to work and best consulting firm. Slalom is privately held and has organically grown its business.

Brad began his career as a leader at PricewaterhouseCoopers and Robert Half International and started the Slalom consulting business in 2001. He’s committed to building a world where each person has the opportunity to love their life and work, and actively supports many community and educational missions, such as Seattle Central College’s Springboard8. Brad holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in accounting from Washington State University.


42. Jim Costanzo
Company: Nordic Consulting Partners
Title: Chief Executive Officer

As Chief Executive Officer of Nordic Consulting Partners, Jim Constanzo has demonstrated unmatched insight and guidance in driving the company’s top-quality health and technology consulting services. Constanzo’s extensive experience in healthcare and health insurance has greatly informed his work with Nordic in delivering premier health outcomes, including industry-leading Managed Health Care packages. Under Costanzo’s leadership, Nordic recently acquired S&P Consultants and has won numerous awards for its inclusion and company culture.

A seasoned veteran of the industry, Costanzo has distinguished himself in executive roles with multiple high-powered consultancy firms, including a nine-year stint as a partner at EY, director of Deloitte, and VP at CapGemini. Costanzo started his career working in software with CBS Computers, Western Reserve Health Plan, and CSC Healthcare Systems, developing a deep understanding of healthcare management over the course of this work. Constanzo holds a Bachelor of Science in computer science from Mount Union College in Ohio.


43. Niels Ahrengot
Company: Implement Consulting Group
Title: Co-Founder and Managing Partner

In 1996, Niels Ahrengot co-founded Implement Consulting Group (ICG), a Scandinavian consulting company that helps private- and public-sector companies implement strategic change with impact. Under his leadership as Managing Partner, the Copenhagen-headquartered company has seen massive expansion, growing from 3 people to more than 1,000. A leader who has long been passionate about contributing his talents to improve business and society, Ahrengot has accelerated ICG's expansion into key areas, setting up offices in Aarhus, Stockholm, Gothenburg, Malmo, Oslo, Zurich, Munich, Hamburg, and Raleigh.

Prior to launching ICG, Ahrengot worked as a management consultant at Sant+Bendix from 1993 to 1996. Before that, he served as a management consultant for DTI Industrial Management from 1990 to 1993. Today, Ahrengot is a trusted advisor for some of Scandinavia’s biggest companies and continues to publish books on his expertise. He holds a master's and a doctorate in mechanical engineering from the Technical University of Denmark (DTU).


44. Nikolay Kurayev
Company: ScienceSoft
Title: Chief Executive Officer

Nikolay “Nick” Kurayev is the Chief Executive Officer of ScienceSoft, a provider of information technology consulting and software development services. The company operates internationally, serving customers in North America, Europe, the U.K., and the Middle East. Kurayev has guided the company through two major transformations: the evolution from a software product company to a provider of software development services, and the addition of IT consulting to its technical software development services. ScienceSoft was recently featured in three categories of the International Association of Outsourcing Professionals (IAOP) Global Outsourcing 100 rating for Top Customer References, Top Awards & Certifications, and Top Programs for Corporate Social Responsibility.

Kurayev joined ScienceSoft as a Department Manager prior to his 20-year tenure as CEO. Since then, the company has seen an elevenfold increase in growth and expansion into new domains such as artificial intelligence, internet of things, data science, and augmented reality. He freely shares his knowledge and experience via ScienceSoft’s blog. Kurayev received his Master of Science in microelectronics from the Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics.


45. Mike Rizzo
Company: ClearView Healthcare Partners
Title: Managing Director

Mike Rizzo is the Managing Director and a member of the executive leadership team at ClearView Healthcare Partners, a firm focused on helping life sciences leaders innovate, evaluate, and act on market opportunities. Rizzo is responsible for assisting clients in the development of product and therapeutic area strategies and offers deep expertise in global pricing, reimbursement, and market access. In addition to broad therapeutic area knowledge, Rizzo has expertise in characterizing the roles and impact of organized customers, including regulators, payers, distributors, hospital systems, and provider groups. He places significant importance on professional mentorship, client focus, and developing practical solutions for complex business needs.

Before being elevated to the role of Managing Director, Rizzo served as a company principal for over seven years. Prior to joining ClearView, he worked as a director of pricing, reimbursement, and market access for Leerink Swann Consulting and was the vice president of Double Helix Consulting US. Previously, he served as a practice executive with Campbell Alliance and as a senior associate with Charles River Associates. Rizzo earned his MBA from the College of William & Mary, a Master of Public Policy in pharmaceutical price regulation from Georgetown University, and a Bachelor of Science in biology from James Madison University.


46. Tom Finegan
Company: Clarkston Consulting
Title: Co-Founder, Chairman, and Chief Executive Officer

Tom Finegan is a Co-Founder and the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Clarkston Consulting, a consulting firm that assists its global customers in the life sciences, consumer products, and retail industries in solving problems and advancing their most complex global priorities. Under Finegan’s leadership, the firm has achieved industry-leading client satisfaction rates. Finegan himself is a published author and speaker, and was a finalist for EY’s Entrepreneur of the Year as well as a 40 Under 40 leader. He also serves on the board of directors for Momentum Learning, a talent transformation group focused on making tech jobs more easily accessible.

Finegan has served Clarkston Consulting for over 30 years, and during that time he has also been Chairman of the Board of Momentum Learning, the Chairman of FoodLogiQ, and the Chairman and CEO of Clarkston-Potomac Group. Additionally, he previously served as chairman for Rural Sourcing, Inc. Finnegan received his Bachelor of Arts in economics from The Johns Hopkins University.


47. Laura O’Toole
Company: Santa Rosa Consulting
Title: Chief Executive Officer

As Chief Executive Officer of Santa Rosa Consulting, Laura O’Toole brings more than 25 years’ experience specific to the healthcare industry. In addition to working in operational leadership, she has spent time as a global consulting professional, strategically designing, developing, and implementing transformational projects in the healthcare provider space. Santa Rosa assists clients in developing outcome-based solutions that address problems unique to healthcare providers. Offering services ranging from strategic consulting to EHR solutions to on-demand resourcing, the company leverages its deep expertise in healthcare solutions to ultimately improve patient experience and care.

O’Toole also serves as CEO of SureTest, formerly Santa Rosa Consulting Inc.’s Test Automation practice, which provides an intelligent test automation solution to empower health systems to transform their entire EHR and other third-party application testing process and redeem thousands of staff hours annually. Prior to joining Santa Rosa, O’Toole served as a consulting leader and partner of operations for Computer Sciences Corporation, as well as vice president of operations/global sourcing for First Consulting Group (FSC). Before her tenure at FSC, O’Toole served as an applications administrator and admissions manager for St. Mary’s Medical Center. She is also a member of the Healthcare Financial Management Association and Health Information Management Systems Society. O’Toole received her Bachelor of Science in business from the University of Florida and is a Lean Sigma Expert.


48. Kevin Parikh
Company: Avasant
Title: Founder, Chairman, and Chief Executive Officer

Kevin Parikh is the Founder, Chairman, and Chief Executive Officer of Avasant, a management consulting services firm dedicated to translating the power of technology into realizable business strategies. The firm serves a wide array of public sector organizations and private sector companies, helping them embrace innovation and transform the way they do business. Avasant was recently recognized by the Industry Association of Outsourcing Professionals in the category of Excellence In Strategic Partnerships for the third year in a row.

Prior to founding Avasant, Parikh worked as a VP and global sourcing leader for Gartner, with KPMG as a senior manager, and as an attorney advisor to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. A published author and active philanthropist, Parikh dedicates his time to initiatives that support disadvantaged youth, women, and sustainable development. He received his Juris Doctor in commercial agreements from the American University Washington College of Law, and a Bachelor of Science in economics and political science from the University of California, Davis.


49. Andy Singh
Company: Teqfocus Consulting
Title: Founder and Chief Executive Officer

Andy Singh is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Teqfocus Consulting, a global leader in building and integrating technologies to digitize customer experiences. The firm has grown from a small team to a company with a wide international reach, focused on optimizing customer experiences and empowering clients to develop the kind of continuous change needed to remain at the forefront of customer attention. The company was recently recognized as an AWS Advanced Consulting Partner.

Before becoming CEO, Singh served as Teqfocus’ director of sales and delivery head. Previously, he worked as a technology partner and investor for Core Learning Exchange as well as a manager for Tally Solutions Pvt Ltd. He actively serves as a mentor to tech startups and up-and-coming business leaders. Singh received his MBA from Christ University, Bangalore, and his Bachelor of Engineering from Nagpur University.


50. Michele Durante
Company: CSCI Consulting
Title: Founder, President, and Chief Executive Officer

As the Founder, President, and Chief Executive Officer of CSCI Consulting, Michele Durante oversees the daily operations of the firm. Her robust public sector expertise in project and acquisition management, process reengineering, enterprise transformation, and end-to-end IT solutions has catapulted CSCI onto the national consulting stage since its inception in 2002. Her depth of knowledge and passion for excellence have garnered her local and national recognition as a female business leader, including being named The U.S. Small Business Administration’s 2018 National Small Business Person of the Year for Indiana.

Durante truly loves digging deep into how CSCI can best help clients grow and succeed. And she values the day-to-day interactions with the team in their work hard/play hard culture. Prior to CSCI, Durante served as a senior consultant with Bearing Point and as an order entry manager with Trane Company. She regularly supports All About Animals Rescue, a non-profit based in Georgia, and earned her bachelor’s degree from Georgia Southern University.



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