We stand for honesty, integrity, focus, candor, and an insatiable appetite for new ideas. We take our work seriously, but not ourselves.
Our advisors have decades of experience in the human capital industry. We’ve worked with all kinds of organizations (large and small, public and private, domestic and international), so we have a cross-functional, strategic perspective, and we’re not scared away by big, messy problems.
Professional experience: Jason is a former Marine, software engineer, and Fidelity Investments business leader. At Fidelity he managed a reporting team, led the upgrade to a new analytics system, and spearheaded the company’s first venture into workplace planning.
Superpower: Solving any kind of puzzle.
You might not know: While he doesn’t own a boat, he loves learning how to fix his future boat from his favorite show, “Ship Shape TV.”
Professional experience: Kimberly started her career as a community college math teacher. She loved teaching people re-entering school the basic math skills they needed to move forward. She later worked in construction accounting and financial analysis, then for Fidelity Investments’ HR/PR outsourcing business. She is passionate about change and using her background to influence HR leaders to truly transform their organizations.
Superpower: Serving as a sounding board, therapist, and mentor to her clients.
You might not know: Kimberly is a big sports fan and loves to watch The Food Network and HGTV.
Professional experience: After enrolling in nursing school and finding out the staff had gone on strike, Janine found herself “temporarily” answering phones for a benefits outsourcer. Over 16 years later she’s chosen to stay in the HR industry with experience in a variety of roles. She likes asking “why,” solving problems, and seeing the impact of change.
Superpower: Finding the positive in every situation.
You might not know: She’s an excellent party planner who is famous for baking up a batch of her pumpkin whoopie pies.
Professional experience: Chris has lived in Washington, D.C., for more than 30 years, working in a variety of HR roles, including training and learning development, payroll and benefits administration, and HR outsourcing.
Superpower: Cheerfully solving messy problems.
You might not know: In his free time Chris is usually in the kitchen. He loves the art and science of cooking a great meal, and is known among family and friends for his ability to create a gastronomic feast from an empty pantry.
Professional experience: Many years ago Christina took a job recruiting telecom engineers, and she immediately found her calling. Her experience in a recruiting, payroll, IT, and process improvement makes her a superstar problem-solver for IA clients.
Superpower: Solving big, messy problems and leaving the status quo behind to find better solutions.
You might not know: She’s an animal lover, with horses, chickens, and cats as pets.
Professional experience: Suman has focused her career on helping customers implement software. Her experience ranges from gathering business requirements to leading voice-of-the-customer workshops to user acceptance testing. She focuses on project management, change management, and process improvement.
Super power: Getting to the root cause of any challenge.
You might not know: Suman is an avid traveler (40-plus countries visited) and amateur photographer.
Director, Business Operations
Professional experience: Alexis manages office operations at IA. Her background is in education: She spent 14 years in the field as a school administrator, working with teachers, parents, and government groups, and seven years teaching the hearing impaired. She has worked as a Spanish interpreter and as a parent-teacher liaison.
Superpower: Helping our internal team work smarter.
You might not know: She was born in Venezuela and has lived in the Bahamas, Canada, and Puerto Rico.
Professional experience: With over 25 years of experience, Mark has worked for organizations of every size and vertical. He has spent his career fostering relationships through attention to detail, natural curiosity, and a self-deprecating sense of humor.
Superpower: Distilling large amounts of information into the key points that matter.
You might not know: Mark has held a longtime side gig as a voice actor — he’d be happy to record your voicemail greeting — and he’s a driven athlete.