NEW YORK (PRWEB) February 01, 2023
The Consulting Report is pleased to announce The Top 25 Women Leaders in Consulting for 2023. While the global economy has been mired in turmoil in recent years, from the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic to major supply chain issues to geopolitical strife, the consulting industry has remained competitive — has perhaps even increased in competitiveness — as companies and organizations seek to adapt to the “new normal,” which in reality is anything but. The leaders on this year’s list have earned their spots because they have risen to these challenges, using their unparalleled skills and expertise to deliver outstanding results for clients and position their firms for continued success now and long into the future.
Some of this year’s eminent leaders include Accenture’s Group Chief Executive for Strategy & Consulting, Annette Rippert, who is responsible for leading a team of more than 40,000 strategists and consultants, industry and function experts, data scientists, and human performance professionals. Meanwhile, Azita Esmaili, Global Chief Technology Officer for Atos, is in charge of the firm’s technical strategy, innovation, partnership, and solution development for Internet of Things and Edge Computing offerings across five regions. And Wipro Limited’s Chief Growth Officer, Stephanie Trautman, was a key driver behind the launch of Wipro FullStride Cloud Services, which brings together the firm’s full set of cloud capabilities under a unified business offering and enables clients to turn cloud investments into business outcomes.
Across a range of positions, from CEO to COO, Chief Growth Officer to Managing Director, these women distinguished themselves based on their stellar contributions to their firms and to their clients, as well as through their reputations for excellence amongst their peers and in the wider consulting industry. Please join us in celebrating The Top 25 Women Leaders in Consulting for 2023.
Susan Penfield (Booz Allen Hamilton), Annette Rippert (Accenture), Azita Esmaili (Atos), Nazzic Keene (SAIC), Stephanie Trautman (Wipro Limited), Alexis Faber (Willis Towers Watson), Aruna Jayanthi (Capgemini), Amy Gilliland (General Dynamics Information Technology), Beth Rosenstein (Deloitte), Toya Asbury (Alvarez & Marsal), Julie Nygaard Brushøj (Implement Consulting Group), Kristen Turner (Health Advances), Laura Corb (McKinsey & Company), Lauren Devestern (L.E.K. Consulting), Teresa Espírito Santo (Boston Consulting Group), Tracey Walker (RSM), Kathleen Federico (MITRE), Renee Romulus (FTI Consulting), Joanne Traice (DP World), Michelle O'Hara (SAIC), Martha Carter (Teneo), Terry Stone (Oliver Wyman), Dana Potthoff (Southwestern Consulting), Sue Rudd (Strategy Analytics), Erin Wilson Burns (The RBL Group).
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