Thursday, June 4, 2009

Consulting Magazine names Top 25 Consultants

Consulting Magazine has released its annual listing of Top 25 Consultants in North America. The list includes consulting professionals across a wide range of industry sectors and areas of expertise, from healthcare and technology to the public sector.

The consultants named on this year’s Consulting Magazine’s Achievement Awards Top 25 list will be presented with the awards at a gala dinner event at the Union League Club in New York City on June 17.

Here are the Top 25 Consultants, as named by Consulting Magazine:

Client Service

• Ming Tsai, Managing Director & Chief Client Officer, Infosys
• Amy Shah, Senior Vice President, Sapient
• John Kovalchick, Project Director, Proudfoot Consulting
• Ed Stark, Global Supply Chain Practice Leader, Capgemini
• Bryan Marsal, Co-founder and Co-CEO, Alvarez & Marsal
• Maryanne Faschan, Director of EDS US Consulting Services (an HP company)
• Jim Bramante, Managing Partner, North America, IBM

Excellence in Healthcare

• Stephen Wood, Senior Vice President, Government Programs Optimization Practice, Ingenix Consulting
• Rich Lesser, Senior Partner, BCG
• Jim Roth, Vice President, Huron

Excellence in Energy

• Robert Wilhite, Senior Vice President, KEMA
• Laurie Oppel, Managing Director, Energy - Power Systems, Markets & Pricing, Navigant
• Vance Scott, Partner, A.T. Kearney, Head of Energy North America

Excellence in Public Sector

• Robin Lineberger, Executive Vice President, Global Public Services, BearingPoint
• Tim Wiest, Principal, Deloitte Consulting
• Bruce Barge, Ph.D., Los Angeles Market Leader, and Principal, Human Capital Management, Buck Consultants

Excellence in Technology

• Jacqueline Olynyk, Partner and National Leader of SAP Advisory Services, PwC
• John Kaltenmark, Director, Accenture Technology Consulting
• David Rodman, Group Managing Vice President Strategic Alliances, Hitachi Consulting
Excellence in Retail
• Leslie Moeller, Senior Partner, Practice Leader, North American Consumer, Media & Retail practice, Booz & Company
• Claudia D’Arpizio, Partner, Bain & Company (London)
• Brooks Kitchel, Partner, KSA

Excellence in Financial Services

• Cory Gunderson, Managing Director and Global Leader of Financial Risk and Strategy Management (FRSM) Practice, Protiviti
• Ken Mungan, Principal and Financial Risk Management Practice Leader, Milliman
• Mike Conover, Partner, Financial Risk Management, KPMG
Finally, Deloitte Consulting’s Bob Koudelka was named as honorary Top 25 Consultant posthumously.

Consulting Magazine’s editor-in-chief Joseph Kornik said: “I'm thrilled with not only the number, but the overall quality of the nominations. Every year, it seems the applications get better and better, but this year, perhaps more than ever, we've really seen the consultants that are making the difference for their clients. In this economy, the very best of the profession stand above the rest. Nominated by their clients and colleagues, The Top 25 truly represents the breadth of the management consulting world.”

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