Partners
in change

We bring perspective and process to each engagement.

Our team is comprised of senior-level consultants and top minds in strategy and innovation. We also have a diverse team of analysts so we bring in a young and fresh perspective as well. We will roll up our sleeves and build slides and / or models as well as lead executive level conversations. We bring maturity, honesty, and our shared vision of inspiring impact to each engagement. Further, as partners in change, we approach each engagement with kindness and humanity, and with a passion for solving hard problems.

Our Team

Christy Johnson

Founder & CEO

Keven Brough

Principal

Sonia Steinway

Principal

Doug Hebenthal

Principal

Roger Tsai

Principal

Dana Bedessem

Engagement Manager

Natalie Orozco

Engagement Manager

Ashleigh Bell

Engagement Manager

Jessica Oman

Chief of Staff

Emma Rovit

Collaborator

Anne Boysen

Foresight Analyst

Connor Kogge

Associate

Logan Pashby

Analyst

Mark Carlsen

Analyst

Kiana Rahni

Analyst

Linnea Soo

Analyst

Luke Lenhart

Fellow

Amaya Lessard

Fellow

Ella Neumann

Fellow

Callie Sundin

Fellow

Our Advisors

Brigid Shulte

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Director, Better Life Lab and The Good Life Initiative

Dr. Carl Robinson, Ph.D

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Managing Principal, Advanced Leadership Consulting

Cate Goethals

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Professor at the University of Washington, Leader of the Better Board Project

Kurt Fischer

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Former CHRO, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Dr. Lindred Greer

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Assistant Professor, Stanford Graduate School of Business

Dr. Myra Strober

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Professor Emerita of Economics, Stanford Graduate School of Business

Olivia Leland

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Creator of the Giving Pledge, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Amy Posey

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CEO and Founder, SUPER*MEGA*BOSS

Sydney Finkelstein

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Professor of Dartmouth Tuck School of Business and Author of Super Bosses

We are so grateful for the opportunity to work together. You’ve greatly contributed to increasing the quality of our work and supporting this major transformation of our organization.

CEO at large nonprofit