Dana is passionate and skilled at bringing out the best in people and organizations. She has helped companies across all industries, ranging in size from privately owned small businesses to Fortune 500 companies; including nonprofits and Educational Institutions. The outcomes of her work have been to increase customer satisfaction scores, annual revenues, productivity and efficiency. Many of the organizations Dana has worked with have experienced double-digit growth as a result of her organizational/leadership development and team-building work.

In 2013, Dana was the recipient of the international Athena Award given to women in recognition for their excellence in business, leadership and service to their communities. In 2016 she was among the top finalists for the Delaware Valley HR Consultant of the Year Award.  In 2017, Dana became the facilitator for the Leadership Main Line Program of the Main Line Chamber of Commerce.

 

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