Jon Kleinman

Partner - United States

Jon brings more than fifteen years of experience in consulting Fortune 500 companies. He has significant experience in the pharmaceutical, biotech, high-tech, retail, and consumer products industries. Jon leads Insigniam’s Learning & Development team, and researches, designs, and executes new programs for Insigniam.

Clients credit Jon for his ability to break down complex issues into approachable and actionable insights and for his focus on demonstrable results. His recent projects include helping a global supply chain company launch a potentially game-changing innovation; supporting the implementation of a new business model in a medical affairs organization during a time of tremendous global change and disruption; and working with a sterile pharmaceutical manufacturing facility to cause a breakthrough in manufacturing, which resulted in increasing volume while decreasing deviations.

Before joining Insigniam, Jon led the east coast division of an international training and development company as the firm’s senior sales manager. He has used his sales experience to redesign and implement streamlined marketing efforts and to facilitate the implementation of other new programs.

Jon holds a B.A. in English and Psychology from Syracuse University and attended graduate school at Temple University, where he studied Communications and Journalism.

Awards and Recognition

  • Leader in Client Satisfaction, Insigniam, 2015
  • Broke story uncovering Philadelphia Daily News layoffs amid labor strike, 1995
  • Artist, works displayed in local galleries and placed through the National Arts in the Mall program

Public Speaking and Service

  • Keynote speaker, LifeNet Health Leadership Summit
  • Board of Directors, Jewish Community Center of Southern New Jersey
  • Keynote speaker to top 80 members of Johnson & Johnson’s Vision Care America’s Marketing Division on building a high-performing team, Callaway Gardens
  • Active member in local charities and community organizations; volunteers with religious associations and youth athletic leagues

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