International Women’s Day (March 8) is a global celebration of the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women. 2018’s theme is “#PressforProgress”, which is a call to motivate and unite friends, colleagues, and communities to think, act, and be gender inclusive.
The World Economic Forum’s 2017 Global Gender Gap Report found that gender equality is over 200 years away – there has never been a more important time to keep motivated and #PressforProgress. Collectively we can all play a part! How will you #PressforProgress?
The West Monroe Women’s Committee works with the entire firm to foster an inclusive culture and work toward gender equality. The committee enables individuals to learn and grow from each other’s experiences via education, mentorship, collaboration, and communication. Today we are #PressingforProgress by celebrating women’s achievements.
Celebrating women role models and their journeys at West Monroe
“Managing the Customer Experience Vision project for the Treasury Management Implementation group at a financial services organization to enhance the customer experience, improve the team member experience, and build trust with internal partners.”
Michelle Patison, Manager, Financial Services
“One of my favorite accomplishments to-date has been to help West Monroe and the I&D Advisory Council deﬁne our Inclusion & Diversity vision. I’m proud of the vision and what it stands for, and I’m excited to now help our company execute toward it.”
Kelsey Braak, Manager, Operations Excellence
“I am most proud of my contribution to the development of WMP’s Salesforce Support offering. Since 2015, we have grown to support 17 clients and I have had the distinct pleasure of managing the team through that growth.”
Liam Mundy, Manager, Performance Services
“Throughout my career, I’ve been proud of my ability to mentor team members and watch them grow their skills and in turn, accomplish their professional goals of building their own companies, becoming leaders in their areas, and following their passions without losing themselves in the process.”
Jennie Chansomphou, Senior Manager, Healthcare & Life Sciences
“My greatest professional accomplishment is #acceptingthechallenge to be one of the first consultants in Customer Experience to get involved with the nCino application. This has helped pave my path to a Principal role and awarded me opportunities I may not have otherwise had. Also, becoming a full-time working mother a year ago, I continue to work on finding the balance of work and home life that works for me. It is my hope that this helps the younger women at the firm to know it is possible to have a consulting career and a family.”
Jayna Curran, Principal, Customer Experience