Elizabeth Scutchfield

Collaborator

I am currently supporting projects at Artemis related to helping companies define their mission, vision, and values and supporting change management efforts clients are facing around mergers and acquisitions. I am bringing my perspective on how to build cultures with a focus on innovation to help evaluate clients evaluate themselves against certain criteria, and advise on the development of interventions that could enhance innovation efforts. I love working for Artemis as it pulls upon best practices in strategic management consulting, while creating a culture that rewards both collaboration and individual contribution. 

 

My philosophy is that curiosity, creativity, and empathy are what it will take to be successful in the business world that is ahead of us. Clients will be happier, as root causes of issues will be more readily diagnosed, solutions will have more meaning, and both employees and customers will feel more seen and satisfied. In my spare time I love exploring the intersection of psychology and spirituality, and wandering around in the woods. My highest book recommendation is “Where’d You Go Bernadette” for a biting commentary on Seattle culture.

Get in touch with Elizabeth

elizabethscutchfield@artemisconnection.com

Areas of Expertise
  • Employee Experience
  • Culture Building
  • Change Management
  • Innovation
  • Design Thinking
  • Leadership Development
Education
  • Stanford University Certificate in Corporate Innovation, 2019
  • Vanderbilt University Masters of Education, Higher Education Administration, 2009
  • Furman University Bachelor of Arts, Political Science, 2004
Location
  • Seattle, WA
More about Elizabeth
Professional Background
  • Code Fellows, Director of Partner Relations
  • Revive Health, Talent Manager
  • HCA Healthcare, Corporate & College Recruiter
  • Vanderbilt University, Associate Director
Past Clients
  • The Collective
  • WTIA Ion Collaboration
Fun Fact

I have traveled to 49 of 50 states - only need to hit Nebraska! Road trips are key to keeping perspective on the world, and making ample time for ideation and podcast listening.