Dana has extensive experience as an organization development practitioner, facilitator, trainer and coach. Her background includes both consulting and internal positions for domestic and international organizations with a focus on change management and leadership development. She applies an adaptive, strategic and results-oriented approach to achieve success and meet business needs. She places a strong emphasis on understanding human dynamics as the pathway for change in complex organizational environments.
“I believe in creating change through one person, one thought, one behavior at a time. I work to engender trust, strengthen relationships, and develop self-awareness in order build a productive and engaged organizational culture…community! Most recently I have become interested in organizational change through systems, technology, and HR transformation.”
Dana earned her master’s degree in organizational psychology from Columbia University and her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Tufts University.
Dana’s industry experience includes healthcare, digital/information technology, insurance, financial services and non-profits both large and small. She is qualified to administer and interpret the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), and the Color Q Personality Profiling System (an approved MBTI derivative), as well as certified in the PDI 360 Profilor and Situational Leadership II.