Our People

The people of Insigniam are citizens of the world and residents of many different countries. We share a passion for business that is made more meaningful because of our diverse backgrounds, education, languages, and cultures.

Founding Partner - United States

Shideh Sedgh Bina

Shideh Sedgh Bina is a founding partner of Insigniam and the Editor-in-Chief of IQ Insigniam Quarterly®. Responsible for the firm’s business development and marketing, Shideh has over thirty years of experience in management and consulting. She possesses expertise in working with CEOs and other C-suite executives to generate and execute enterprise-wide transformation in an array of industries, such as health care delivery, life-sciences, retail, media, and fast-moving consumer goods.

PharmaVOICE named Shideh one of the 100 Most Inspiring People in Life-Sciences in 2016, and in 2014 the Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association named her Woman of the Year. She has been a speaker at numerous executive conferences for Fortune 500 companies and she was an adjunct faculty member at St. Joseph’s University’s Haub School of Business. She has authored dozens of articles and her work has been featured in Fortune and Reuters.

Shideh is a Trustee of the Committee for Economic Development—a nonprofit, nonpartisan, business-led, public policy organization—and a member of the National Association of Corporate Directors.

In 1990, Shideh co-founded High Performance Consulting, which merged with the Rosenberg Group in 2005 to create Insigniam. Prior to her work in management consulting, Shideh conceived, owned, and managed a profitable upscale retail business before selling it to her employees. She then led and managed the New England region for an international training and development firm.

She holds a B.S. in Economics from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

Awards and Recognition

  • 100 Most Inspiring People in Life-Sciences, PharmaVOICE, 2016
  • Woman of the Year, Healthcare Businesswoman’s Association, 2014
  • Content Marketer of the Year, D Custom, 2013
  • Award for Publication Excellence (Insigniam Quarterly), 25th Annual APEX Awards, 2013
  • 40 Prominent Business Leaders under 40 in Philadelphia area, Wharton School, 1995
  • Acknowledged as a significant business leader by the Philadelphia Business Journal in its book Business Leaders of Philadelphia
  • Acknowledged in David Logan’s book The Three Laws of Performance

Public Speaking and Service

  • Board member, Global Advisory Board, Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association, 2015 – 2016
  • Board member (former), End Violence Project
  • Trustee, Committee for Economic Development (CED)
  • Adjunct Faculty, St. Joseph’s University, Haub School of Business Department of Healthcare and Pharmaceutical Marketing
  • Member, Forum for Executive Women
  • Speaker
  • Keynote, “Is Your Culture Eating Your Strategy for Breakfast?”, National Center for Healthcare Leadership, Human Capital Investment Conference, 2016
  • Ensono Client Advisory Board, 2016
  • “Patient Experience: Better Together in Improving Healthcare,” DePuy Synthes Women’s Leadership Initiative, Triple Aim Series, 2015
  • “Lessons Learned: Authentic Leadership,” Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association, 2015
  • “Getting Your Hands on Breakthrough Performance,” Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association, 2015
  • “Using Innovation to Move the Healthcare Industry Forward in the Changing Marketplace,” Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association, 2015
  • “A Crucial Conversations Workshop,” Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association, 2015
  • “The Right Culture as a Catalyst for Transforming the Model of Care with Velocity,” Becker’s Chief Executive Officer Strategy Roundtable, 2014
  • Accelerating Performance Through Cultural Transformation, ASHHRA 49th Annual Conference, 2014
  • “Coming Together to Elevate Women Leaders in Healthcare,” Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association Annual Conference, 2014
  • “The Role of Innovation,” Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association, 2013
  • Business Model Transformation: The Role of Innovation, Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association Leadership Conference, 2013
  • Keynote, “Transitions,” The Hershey Company, Women Leading Women Conference, 2012
  • Building High Performance Teams, Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association Leadership Conference, 2008
  • American Society for Training and Development: International Conference
  • International Conference of Product Development Managers
  • Association of Food and Drug Officials Education Conference
  • Keynote Speaker/Presenter, yearly internal executive client-sponsored conferences, including AutoZone, Dow Jones & Company, Gartner, Inc., Johnson & Johnson, Office Depot, Quaker Oats Company, The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company (A&P)

Thought Leadership and Articles

  • Unleashing Agility With a Leadership Charter, IQ Insigniam Quarterly, Spring 2017
  • Co-author, Traits of a Transformational Leader, IQ Insigniam Quarterly, Fall 2016
  • Co-author, What Keeps Executives Up at Night?, IQ Insigniam Quarterly, Summer 2016
  • 21st Century Businesses Depend On Culture To Succeed, Insigniam Blog, May 2016
  • Transformational Growth: Increasing the Velocity of Execution with Decision Rights, LinkedIn Pulse, April 2016
  • Leading an Enterprise Transformation: Part I—Got Guts?; Part II—It Gets Messy, Insigniam Blog, November 2015
  • Co-author, The New Math of Employee Accountability, Fortune Magazine (print), October 2015
  • Global Leadership: Part II—Clarity Of Mission; Part IV—Practices For Operating, Insigniam Blog, September-October 2015
  • The 5 Conversations That Build Successful Businesses, CEO.com, September 2015
  • Finding the Factors That Fuel Growth, IQ Insigniam Quarterly, Spring 2015
  • Co-author, Leading for Explosive Growth, IQ Insigniam Quarterly, Spring 2015
  • Co-author, Unleash Culture to Fuel Growth, IQ Insigniam Quarterly, Spring 2015
  • Out-Pivoting Market Forces, Insigniam Blog, May 2015
  • 2015 Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association Woman of the Year Exit Speech
  • Transforming Healthcare: Our Time is Now, IQ Insigniam Quarterly, Spring 2015
  • Co-author, Business Results Depend On Managing the Network of Conversations, IQ Insigniam Quarterly, Winter 2015
  • 2014 Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association Woman of the Year Acceptance Speech
  • HP’s Split Showcases CEO’s Success As A Transformational Leader, Insigniam Blog, October 2014
  • Does Your Culture Fuel Your Strategy – Or Does It Devour It?, IQ Insigniam Quarterly, Fall 2014
  • Transform Your Definition of Transformation, IQ Insigniam Quarterly, Fall 2014
  • Apple’s Most Exciting New Product: Tim Cook, Insigniam Blog, September 2014
  • Apple’s Retail Model: Its Most Innovative Product?, Insigniam Blog, August 2014
  • Factoryless Goods Producers: Manufacturing Reinvented Or Invented Jargon?, Insigniam Blog, July 2014
  • Unlocking Competitive Advantage, IQ Insigniam Quarterly, Summer 2014
  • Women—Your Most Valuable Competitive Advantage, IQ Insigniam Quarterly, Summer 2014
  • 10 Disruptive Forces in Healthcare, Becker’s Hospital Review, May 2014
  • Inside the Female FTSE Board Report: Part I — Identifying Talent; Part II — Leadership Development; Part III — Tackling Unconscious Bias; Part IV — Critical Recommendations, Insigniam Blog, April – May 2014
  • Girl Power? Study Points To Gender-Bias Among Influencers, Insigniam Blog, April 2014
  • S. News Names Best Hospitals in U.S., Validates Insigniam Research, Insigniam Blog, March 2014
  • Sonos Integrated Music Platform: A Testament To Innovation, Insigniam Blog, March 2014
  • The Absence Of Women In Science: A Troubling Statistic, Insigniam Blog, March 2014
  • Insigniam Middle Management Survey, 2014
  • Leadership Isn’t a Solitary Journey, IQ Insigniam Quarterly, Winter 2013
  • Prevent M&A Heartburn, The European, November 2013
  • Leadership for a New Era, PharmaVOICE, October 2013
  • Strategy Innovation Starts with Great Questions, IQ Insigniam Quarterly, Fall 2013
  • What is the North Star for Your Strategic Planning, IQ Insigniam Quarterly, Fall 2013
  • Want To Increase Productivity By At Least 13%? Allow Telecommuting, Insigniam Blog, September 2013
  • 5 Approaches to Fostering Creativity, Insigniam Blog, September 2013
  • 2013 Insigniam Executive Shadowing Study, IQ Insigniam Quarterly, Summer 2013
  • You Have a Transformation Strategy, But Is Your Organization Part of It?, IQ Insigniam Quarterly, Summer 2013
  • Where The Rubber Meets The Road, Insigniam Blog, April 2013
  • Creating a Process for Innovative Thinking and Leadership, HBAdvantage, March 2013
  • Views from the C-Suite – That Are Not Always Seen, Insigniam Blog, June 2012
  • On Wall Street, Big Paychecks Do Not Replace Corporate Culture, Reuters, June 2012
Partner - France

Marie-Caroline Chauvet

Marie-Caroline Chauvet has been consulting with Insigniam since 2003, bringing 15 years of prior international corporate experience, including as an executive and a division controller at the world’s largest cosmetics company. In a recent engagement, Marie’s strategy consulting accelerated the integration and cultural transformation of a leading pharmaceutical company in Europe. Her leadership consulting enabled the research and development team of a leading European chemical company to establish new partnerships within the group’s divisions and prompted the CEO to boost R&D investment six-fold. Other projects include working with a billion-dollar family-owned company to expand their strategic frame and position the brand to powerfully integrate acquisitions; engaging 160 aerospace executives to redesign the future of their division; and leading an initiative that achieved breakthrough resolution of a stalled gas exploration project in the Middle East.

Marie-Caroline holds an MBA in International Business from Université Paris-Dauphine, completed the Executive Education General Management Program of INSEAD/CEDEP, and pre-doctorate work in strategy with a dissertation on corporate governance at the University of Toulouse.

She has authored over a dozen thought leadership articles and is a sought-after speaker on the topics of design thinking and innovation. Her depth of experience makes her a critical senior member of the Insigniam Learning & Development and Design & Innovation Teams.

Awards and Recognition

  • Leader in Teamwork & Collaboration, Insigniam, 2015
  • HBA Europe 2019 LEAD Volunteer Award
  • Stanford Design Thinking Action Lab and Crash Course on Creativity
  • Creativity & Innovation Course, Disney Institute

Public Speaking and Service

  • Elected Town Councilor, 2020-present
  • Board member, Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association, Europe, 2016 - present
  • Board member, Product Development and Management Association, 2014 - 2017
  • Speaker, “Soft Skills of The Future: Introduction to Design Thinking,” Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association, Paris, 2014
  • Speaker, “Creating Dramatic Growth Through Sustained Innovation,” Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association Annual Conference, 2014
  • Speaker, “Unleash the inherent creativity of your company and create the culture & infrastructure to generate and execute innovation sustainably,” World Innovation Convention, Cannes, 2013
  • Taught management accounting at the Toulouse Business School for three years
  • Led workshop on personal branding for executive education at the Toulouse Business School for three years
Founding Partner - United States

Nathan Owen Rosenberg

Nathan Owen Rosenberg is a founding partner of Insigniam. In over thirty years in consulting he has worked with more than 70,000 people.

Nathan’s work includes consulting a well-known consumer goods company in an engagement that produced more than $200 million in new revenue in the first year, and advising a leading, global sports clothing-and-lifestyle company to take a new approach to updating their ERP system, reducing upgrade time by half. In a three-and-a-half-year engagement, Nathan led a consulting team to transform an old-line computer manufacturing company into an information services company. As a result, shareholder value—which had fallen the previous three years—increased more than 600 percent.

Prior to co-founding Insigniam, Nathan founded two other successful enterprises and served as chief executive of four corporations. As a young man, he served as an officer and aviator in the United States Navy, executive support officer to the Secretary of Defense, and national security advisor to the U.S. Senate Majority Leader.

Nathan has been on the Boy Scouts of America’s Executive Board of Directors for over ten years and is a member of the National Association of Corporate Directors. He holds a B.S. in Management from the United States Air Force Academy and completed master’s course work in Legislative Affairs at George Washington University.

Awards and Recognition

  • Awarded the Joint Service Commendation by the Secretary of Defense
  • Silver Beaver, Silver Antelope, and Silver Buffalo honors, Boy Scouts of America
  • Leader in Inspiring the Firm, Insigniam, 2015
  • “IT for Non-IT Executives,” Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • “Design Thinking Boot Camp,” Stanford University
  • Member, National Association of Corporate Directors
  • Chairman, Business Week’s CEO & Presidents & CIO Forums in Asia, 1994-1997

Public Speaking and Service

  • Co-Chair, Money in Politics Group, Committee for Economic Development
  • President and board member, USAFA Rugby Excellence Group
  • Board member, Bryant Rubber Company
  • Vice-President of Operations and executive board member, Boy Scouts of America
  • Vice-President and board member, Educate Girls Globally, 2012-2015
  • Chairman (former), Orange County Council of the Boy Scouts of America
  • Flew search and rescue missions in the Caribbean — saved 24 lives and seized five ships containing smuggled drugs, 1975-1978
  • Executive support officer, Secretary and Deputy Secretary of Defense, 1978-1980
  • National defense advisor, U.S. Senate Majority Leader, 1980-1981
  • Speaker for 20 consecutive years, The United States Air Force Academy
  • Speaker, The Keck Medical School of the University of Southern California
  • Speaker, The Peter F. Drucker Management Center of the Claremont Graduate School
  • Speaker, The Graduate School of Management of the University of California, Irvine
  • Speaker, National Character and Leadership Symposium
  • Speaker, 2012 National Forum for Character Education
  • Vestryman, St. James Episcopal Church, 1986-1990

Thought Leadership and Articles

  • Co-author, Traits of a Transformational Leader, IQ Insigniam Quarterly®, Fall 2016
  • Co-author, What Keeps Executives Up at Night?, IQ Insigniam Quarterly, Summer 2016
  • Co-author, Leading for a Corporate Culture of Design Thinking, IQ Insigniam Quarterly, Summer 2016
  • Reinvented Business Model, Reinvented Customer Service, Insigniam Quarterly, Winter 2016
  • Enrolling Others In Your Transformational Vision, Insigniam Blog, December 2015
  • Courage Amid The Unknown Through Transformational Leadership, Insigniam Blog, December 2015
  • A Leadership Metamorphosis, Insigniam Blog, December 2015
  • Co-author, Design Thinking: New Product Development Essential from the PDMA (Product Development and Management Association), Chapter 12 “Leading for a Corporate Culture of Design Thinking,” October 2015
  • Co-author, The New Math of Employee Accountability, Fortune Magazine (print), October 2015
  • Co-author, Beehive or Clockworks: Complexity in Execution, IQ Insigniam Quarterly, Fall 2015
  • Supervision: Part II—People vs. Process, Insigniam Blog, September 2015
  • The Three Factors For Effective Management Performance, Insigniam Blog, September 2015
  • Strategic Frontiers: Part I – Charting the Horizons; Part II – How to Get There, Insigniam Blog, May 2015
  • The Leadership Intensive: Part I – Dismantling Paradigms; Part II – Creating A New Paradigm, Insigniam Blog, April 2015
  • Co-author, Leading for Explosive Growth, IQ Insigniam Quarterly, Spring 2015
  • Co-author, Unleash Culture to Fuel Growth, IQ Insigniam Quarterly, Spring 2015
  • Compact Breakthrough From Skunk Works, Insigniam Blog, March 2015
  • Breakthrough Performance Poised To Conquer Pluto, Insigniam Blog, December 2014
  • Think Like Elon Musk For “Insane” Innovation That Really Works, Insigniam Blog, October 2014
  • Stoking the Fires of Transformation, IQ Insigniam Quarterly, Fall 2014
  • The Key To Home Depot’s Success Is Transformational Leadership, Insigniam Blog, August 2014
  • A Sign Of The Time, Inc., Insigniam Blog, June 2014
  • A Focus On Innovation Has Delta Soaring, Insigniam Blog, April 2014
  • Transformational Leadership, IQ Insigniam Quarterly, Spring 2014
  • The Absence of Women in Science: A Troubling Statistic, Insigniam Blog, March 2014
  • U.S. News Names Best Hospitals In U.S., Validates Insigniam Research, Insigniam Blog, March 2014
  • Insigniam Middle Management Survey, 2014
  • Are You Getting Commitment or Compliance?, IQ Insigniam Quarterly, Winter 2013
  • GM's Appointment Of Mary Barra To CEO: Women As A Competitive Advantage, Insigniam Blog, December 2013
  • Building Strategy. Building Buy-In, IQ Insigniam Quarterly, Fall 2013
  • Use Design Thinking And Boost Revenues By 40 Percent, Insigniam Blog, September 2013
  • Change Leadership: The Pitfall Of Bell Cows
, Insigniam Blog, August 2013
  • Your Leadership Speaks Volumes When You Don’t Speak Up, Insigniam Blog, January 2013
  • Co-author, PDMA Essentials: Design and Design Thinking (Wiley)
Partner - United States

Jon Kleinman

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.

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
Partner - United States

Scott W. Beckett, Ph.D.

Scott Beckett has been at Insigniam for more than 20 years and is the youngest person to be named a partner at the firm.

In a recent engagement, Scott coached a global airline’s middle management team to drive employee empowerment, resulting in a twelve-point year-to-year improvement in employee engagement scores. Customer engagement scores also increased, climbing from a plateau of 41-43 percent to more than 60 percent. Participant-led projects generated an estimated $250 million to $350 million in additional revenue.

His work also includes helping a cross-functional team cut spending by forty-two percent in a multi-billion-dollar global distribution system, consulting with an American aerospace manufacturing company to cut the time to build an aircraft by twenty-five percent, and supporting a Forbes Global 500 multinational food and beverage company to completely redesign the go-to-market and distribution, resulting in error-free product launches.

An Eagle Scout, Scott served as the Director of Program for the 24th World Scout Jamboree. He is a member of the executive board of the Boy Scouts of America, as well as several other non-profit organizations.

Scott holds an M.A. and a B.A. from the University of Denver and holds a Ph.D. in global leadership and transformative learning from Pepperdine University.

Awards and Recognition

  • Eagle Scout
  • The President’s Volunteer Service Award (2011)
  • The President’s Call to Service Award (2011)
  • Silver Buffalo Award, Boy Scouts of America (2020)
  • Silver Antelope Award, Boy Scouts of America (2015)
  • National Significant Sig Award, Sigma Chi Fraternity (2020)
  • National Distinguished Service Award, Boy Scouts of America
  • Leader in Sales, Insigniam (2017)
  • Leader in Inspiring the Firm, Insigniam (2017)
  • Leader in Client Satisfaction and Return on Investment, Insigniam (2014, 2017)
  • Customer-Focused Innovation Program, Stanford Graduate School of Business

Public Speaking and Service

  • Chairman of Program, 2019 World Scout Jamboree
  • Vice-Chairman of Program, National Boy Scout Jamboree (2013, 2017)
  • Board Member, Denver Area Council, Boy Scouts of America (2010-2011)
  • Board Member, Northern Star Council, Boy Scouts of America
  • Board Member, American Hiking Society (2011-2018)
  • Speaker, Healthcare Fellows of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
  • Speaker, “The Future of Healthcare,” National Organization of Nurse Executives Conference
  • Speaker, Marshall School of Business MBA program, University of Southern California
  • Speaker, multiple times to the national professional leadership of the Boy Scouts of America, most recently to a gathering of 3,000 attendees
  • Facilitated the development of the Boy Scouts of America’s strategic plan as it entered its second century of service

Thought Leadership and Articles

  • AI Will Alter Every Job, Insigniam Blog, November 2020
  • Why Your Company Will Fail with Millennials and Gen Z, Insigniam Blog, October 2020
  • Eight Ways to Succeed With an Intergenerational Workforce, Insigniam Blog, September 2020
  • Ten No-Brainers for User-Centered Design, Insigniam Blog, August 2020
  • The Business Person’s Guide to Adopting Design, Insigniam Blog, August 2020
  • Start Design Thinking Wherever You Are, Insigniam Blog, June 2020
  • The Nerds Need Their Space, Insigniam Blog, September 2019
  • Where Learning Flourishes, So Do People, Insigniam Blog, September 2019
  • Building Personalization That Entices Consumers, Insigniam Blog, April 2019
  • How Big Companies Become Disruptors: Part I, Part II, Insigniam Blog, April 2019
  • Blockchain, Philanthropy, and You, Insigniam Blog, February 2019
  • Blockchain, Data Privacy, and Your Security, Insigniam Blog, February 2019
  • Blockchain and the Future of Global Finance, Insigniam Blog, February 2019
  • Bitcoin, Blockchain, and You, Insigniam Blog, January 2019
  • Design Thinking Your Company, Insigniam Blog, September 2018
  • Role of the Chief Design Officer, Insigniam Blog, August 2018
  • Five Tips for Being the Messenger in a Layoff, Insigniam Blog, June 2018
  • I Got Laid Off, Now What?, Insigniam Blog, May 2018
  • Surviving the Layoff (When you were not laid off), Insigniam Blog, May 2015
  • My Boss is Crazy. Now What?, Insigniam Blog, January 2018
  • Hiring: It's Better to Call off the Wedding, Insigniam Blog, December 2017
  • Business Travel Doesn't Have to Suck, Insigniam Blog, December 2017
  • How VUCA Teaches Agility, Insigniam Blog, November 2017
  • Get Your VUCA On, Insigniam Blog, November 2017
  • The New Must-Have Employee Skill: Agility, Insigniam Blog, November 2017
  • Where’s Our Free Beer?! Part I, Part II, and Part III, Insigniam Blog, January – February 2017
  • Co-author, Culture Quiz: Are You Building The Right Organizational Culture?, IQ Insigniam Quarterly®, Summer 2016
  • On Executives: The Executive’s Being Is Not What They’re Doing; The Executive’s Way Of Being; and What Makes An Executive An Executive?, Insigniam Blog, October – November 2016
  • Communication & Leadership: The Two Empty Holes Of What Ails You, Insigniam Blog, July 2015
  • Leadership Is An Explanation; Action Is What Matters, Insigniam Blog, July 2015
  • Design Thinking: Part I – Everyone Is A Designer; Part II – Prototyping Perfection; Part III – Creators Are Not Referees, Insigniam Blog, March – April 2015
  • Q&A With Robert Wiseman, IQ Insigniam Quarterly, Winter 2015
  • The Power Of Coordinated Action, IQ Insigniam Quarterly, Fall 2014
  • Technology Needs To Be Part of Your Strategy Innovation, IQ Insigniam Quarterly, September 2013
  • Innovative Management Strategies, Insigniam Blog, December 2012
  • If Email Isn’t Getting Results, Change It, Insigniam Blog, December 2012
  • When Commitments Don’t Matter, Insigniam Blog, August 2012
  • Leading When You're Not in Charge, Insigniam Blog, May 2012
Partner - France

Katerin Le Folcalvez

Katerin has partnered with clients across the globe to forward their intentions in leadership development, corporate governance, strategy design, and executive alignment.

Her clients include companies in the fast-moving consumer goods, automotive, manufacturing, consulting, pharmaceutical, and service industries. Clients credit Katerin for her energy and spirit, which, combined with questions that push wider and deeper thinking, catalyze a desire to create something together.

Under Katerin’s leadership, a major corporation restored a relationship with one of their main clients, resulting in a series of long-term deals that enabled them to keep their factories open. Katerin was instrumental in a large fast-moving consumer goods group’s transforming and deploying a new leadership culture worldwide, which enabled them to absorb growth and powerfully deal with economic downturns. Working with one of the world’s largest consulting firms, she helped develop a strong cadre of partners, resulting in business expansion and the launch of new practices.

Katerin holds an MBA from ESCP Europe.

Her clients include companies in the fast-moving consumer goods, automotive, manufacturing, consulting, pharmaceutical, and service industries. Clients credit Katerin for her energy and spirit, which, combined with questions that push wider and deeper thinking, catalyze a desire to create something together.

Partner - France

Guillaume Pajeot

Guillaume Pajeot has consulted for clients in most western and central European countries, as well as in Egypt, Algeria, Turkey, South Africa, China, Australia, and in the Commonwealth of Independent States. Among his clients are firms in the fast-moving consumer goods, pharmaceutical, movie, automotive, and chemical industries, as well as cooperatives.

Guillaume possesses expertise in breakthrough projects, culture transformations, tackling the challenge of digital transformation, growth and new marketing strategies, and transformation of labor-management working conditions. He has experience creating breakthrough strategies and consulting on the execution of those strategies, with boards and executive committees, through management to shop-floor teams. His recent work includes developing and leading an internal leadership program for more than 15,000 managers at a major food company, and supporting the design of a long-term strategy—as well as the execution and portfolio management of the projects needed to realize this strategy—for an international energy research institute.

He holds an MSc in Chemical Engineering from the École Nationale Supérieure de Chimie de Lille, an MSc in Environmental Pollution Control Management from Heriot-Watt University, and an MBA from La Sorbonne.

Public Speaking and Service

  • “Creating a Culture of Breakthrough Innovation,” Maison des Ingenieurs de l’Agro, 2015
  • “Unleash the inherent creativity of your company and create the culture & infrastructure to generate and execute innovation sustainably,” World Innovation Convention, Cannes, 2013
Partner - United States

Jennifer Zimmer

A member of Insigniam’s team since 1998, Jennifer Zimmer has expertise taking leaders to the next level of performance, empowering them to be accountable while delivering breakthrough results. She has substantial experience working in hospital systems, pharmaceuticals, and biotech, and consistently receives exceptional client satisfaction results.

As a result of Jen’s leadership consulting, a health and diagnostics company realized over $3.6 million in revenue and savings for an 862% ROI, with over $20 million anticipated in projected revenue and savings. Jen has also worked with organizations to accelerate all phases of drug development. Under her guidance, cross-functional teams have rallied to meet or exceed their timelines when predictably they would have submitted late, lost revenue, or lost a first-to-market advantage. Her work includes consulting for major corporations on large-scale business and cultural transformations and initiatives, such as ERP implementations, regulatory compliance issues, and revenue cycle. In these engagements, Jen has helped teams produce significant measurable results, including increased employee engagement, patient satisfaction scores, and cash flow, and decreased rework and order-to-cash cycle time.

Jen is a sought-after speaker at healthcare conferences and a member of the Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association. She is a licensed critical care nurse, and holds a B.S. in Nursing from Simmons College and a Mini MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.


Awards and Recognition

  • Leader in Demonstrating Insigniam's Culture & Providing Inspiration, 2018
  • Leader in Realizing Performance Commitments, 2017, 2018
  • Leader in Team Work and Collaboration, 2017
  • Leader in Inspiring the Firm, Insigniam, 2016
  • Leader in Teamwork & Collaboration, Insigniam, 2015

Public Speaking and Service

  • Board Member, Edison, NJ JCC
  • Community Hope, Leadership Fundraising Committee
  • Community Hope, Board of Directors
  • NJ State Theater, Leadership Team for Annual Gala Event
  • NJ State Theater, Head of Advisory Board
  • Actively involved in the Girl Scouts of America
  • Speaker (yearly), BioPharmaPM Conference
  • Speaker, Disruptive Innovations Conference, 2013
  • Speaker, Project Management for Bio/Pharmaceutical Clinical Operations, CBI
Partner - United States

Bonnie Wingate

Since 1994, Bonnie Wingate has been connecting executives with the power Insigniam provides to catalyze breakthrough results in their most critical and challenged initiatives. She has worked with executives of Fortune 500 companies in a variety of industries, including medical devices, pharmaceuticals, fast-moving consumer goods, food and beverage, and banking.

Among Bonnie’s clients are a medical device company that accelerated their R&D timeline by 75% in four and a half months, an IT department that raised their ComputerWorld ranking from #170 to #17 in one year, and the R&D division of a consumer product company that created and commercialized what the industry called
“the holy grail” product. The company’s products held the top three places in the market for years, and for six years they and their competitors had been working on the next-generation product. The company which solved “the holy grail” would own the category’s future. After just six months of working with Insigniam, R&D created the product that had evaded them and their competitors for years, retaining market dominance.

Before joining Insigniam, Bonnie grew the start-up division of a local personnel service from the ground up. After seven years under her leadership, Day & Zimmermann purchased her company. She was an Executive Vice President before the purchase and retained that position during five years with D&Z; she was the first woman executive at D&Z.

Bonnie is the President of the Greater Philadelphia Chapter of the Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association. She formerly held the position of Vice President and President-Elect, and has been a member of the HBA Board since 2012. She holds a B.A. in Journalism from Indiana University.


Awards and Recognition

  • Leader in Generating Value, Insigniam, 2010, 2012
  • Leader in Inspiring Her Teammates, Insigniam, 2005, 2010
  • Leader in Increasing Her Value, Insigniam, 2010

Public Speaking and Service

  • President, Greater Philadelphia Chapter, Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association, 2017
  • Speaker, Indiana University Women in Philanthropy Retreat, 2017
  • President-Elect, Greater Philadelphia Chapter, Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association, 2016
  • Vice President, Greater Philadelphia Chapter, Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association, 2015
  • Executive Committee, Greater Philadelphia Chapter, Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association, 2015 - present
  • Generation W Workshop Leader, 2016 Community Advisory Committee, University of Delaware Resident Ensemble Players, 2015 - present
  • Workshop Leader, Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association Annual Conference, 2015
  • Speaker, Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association Annual Conference, “Creating Dramatic Growth Through Sustained Innovation,” 2014
  • Director-at-Large, Greater Philadelphia Chapter, Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association, 2012-2013
  • Designed and founded Fit To Lead program, an Affinity Group within the Healthcare Businesswomen’s
  • Association that connects fitness and leadership, 2012
  • Served on a leadership team that produced the Annual Global Leadership Conference for the Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association, 2010 and 2011
  • Board member, Fresh Start Scholarship Foundation, the charitable arm of Wilmington Women in Business, 2003 - 2004
  • Volunteers in academics, women’s workplace equality, career advancements, and church groups
Consultant - France

Naomi Ephraim Beckler

For more than twenty years, Naomi Beckler has partnered with senior executives and management teams to develop potent leaders, transform organizations, and cause breakthroughs in individual and enterprise-wide performance.

Clients credit Naomi for her straight talk, depth of expertise, and commitment to their success across a compass of geographies, including Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and North America. Her work includes design and consulting in both English and French, consulting at the executive and management team levels, and one-on-one coaching. Prior to joining Insigniam, she held roles in science, technology, and systems management.

Naomi graduated with a B.S. in Chemistry from the University of East Anglia.


Awards and Recognition

  • Leader in Client Satisfaction, Insigniam, 2017
Partner - United States

June Zeringue

June Zeringue has worked with C-level executives and multimillion-dollar sales departments, and with companies in a variety of industries, including retail, pharmaceuticals, healthcare, direct sales, and automotive.

In a customized offering, June was part of a team that trained leaders in executing projects designed to cause a breakthrough in critical areas of the organization. As a result of these projects, a medical device company saw a 560% return on investment and $2.8 million in realized revenue and cost savings. In another engagement, she was part of the team that consulted a home health care company to a breakthrough in their revenue cycle. In fifteen months, the company went from losing money, missing budget, and freezing increases and bonuses to a 3% increase in revenue, paying two bonuses, two merit increases, and record profits for two consecutive quarters. June also supported the product development group of a large, multinational automotive company in transforming their culture from one of top-down leadership to one of innovation and collaboration. As a result of the project, the company increased their employee engagement and boosted their innovative product pipeline.

June holds a B.A. in Economics from Rutgers University.


Awards and Recognition

  • Trailblazer Award, Patriots’ Path Council, Boy Scouts of America, 2017
  • Trailblazer Award, Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association
  • Leader in Sales, Insigniam, 2016
  • Leader in Sales, Insigniam, 2015
  • Chapter Excellence Award, Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association, 2014
  • Rising Star, Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association, 2013
  • Silver Distinction, 17th Annual Communicator awards, Tete-a-Tech video series, 2011
  • HOW In-HOWse Design Awards Merit Award, “Well Seasoned” marketing campaign, HOW Magazine, 2010
  • National Sales and Recruiting Award Winner, The Longaberger Company 1999-2009

Public Speaking and Service

  • Regional Chair, Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association, New York/New Jersey Region, 2017
  • Executive Board Member, Patriots’ Path Council, Boy Scouts of America, October 2013 - present
  • Executive Board Member and Treasurer, Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association, Metro Chapter 2014 - 2016
  • Board Member and Director of Membership, Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association Metro Chapter October 2012 - December 2013
Consultant — France

Bruno Brémond

Bruno Bremond is a consultant with Insigniam working out of the United Kingdom, and France. With more than two decades of experience working in both the Online and the airline industries for multinational firms and in a start-up environment. Bruno’s expertise includes the definition and execution of global and regional strategies, with a focus on running P&L but also building, developing sales and businesses.

Prior to joining Insigniam, Bruno’s career brought him from management of major transportation hubs with Air France, through the dot-com bubble of the early 2000’s where he worked for the job-hunting site, Monster, for almost fifteen years. More recently, Bruno started his own consulting firm where he focused on developing powerful leaders, executing change management, and performance optimization for executives and their teams.

Bruno studied economics and marketing from Université François Rabelais de Tours, and earned his M.S. in international marketing from ISC Tours.

Consultant - United States

Bill Broussard, Ph.D.

With over forty years of experience consulting in Fortune 500 companies, Bill Broussard is an internationally recognized leader in the design and implementation of results-based transformation. He has extensive experience designing and managing large-scale engagements that use a variety of base platforms for breakthrough projects.

Bill was the founder and managing partner at King Chapman & Broussard Consulting Group and the managing partner at King Chapman Broussard and Gallagher, Inc., a national career consulting firm. His clients include some of the major forces shaping the future of medical services, telecommunications, energy, financial services, manufacturing, and heavy industry. Bill’s work focuses on producing results that redefine the way business is done in his clients’ industries. At one automobile manufacturing company, his work in silo breaking led to a new definition for strategic deployment of senior management and professionals as teams. At a copper mining company, he assisted in the creation of a new partnership between labor and management. The “Miracle at Magma” was benchmarked by government and industry alike.

Bill holds a PhD from the University of Houston, and a B.S. and an M.S. from Texas A&M University. He is a licensed psychologist and an active participant and lecturer in continuing education seminars.


Awards and Recognition

  • Emeritus status, Section for Cognitive Psychology, American Psychological Association

Public Speaking and Service

  • Speaker, Rotary Club and Texas A&M, George Mitchell campus
  • Board member, Family Medicine Patient Advisory Board, University of Texas Medical School
  • President, Galveston Alliance of Island Neighborhoods, 2008 - 2010
  • Board member, Galveston Historical Foundation, second largest of its kind in the nation,
  • Participated and helped design community-based research for the University of Texas Medical School efforts in Translational Medicine
Consultant - United States

Eve Elie

From innovative startups to established organizations, Eve has consulted a diverse range of successful leaders on business development and growth strategy and led strategic transformations in performance. Prior to her work in consulting, Eve held managerial positions in companies with foci in public health advocacy, higher education, social impact strategy, and community development. Her background demonstrates a solid foundation in creative thought leadership, project management, workplace engagement, strategy design, and execution.

Eve was featured on FunTimes Magazine 2019’s People to Watch “30 Under 30” feature for offering an uncommon blend of creative and analytical talents in creative entrepreneurship. Under her guidance, clients were confident in their mindset to apply new ideas with a level of newfound resourcefulness and innovation to propel themselves to the next level, overcome roadblocks, and build a competitive advantage in their designated industry.

Eve is a world citizen who has lived, worked and studied in five countries and speaks English, Haitian Creole, Korean, French and Spanish fluently. She graduated from Mount Holyoke College with a Bachelor of Arts in Medical Anthropology. She spent a year in Seoul, South Korea participating in the International Visiting Program at Yonsei University.

Consultant — United States

Evan Chaffee

Evan Chaffee has over a decade of experience in public relations, strategic planning, and executing marketing strategies. Clients credit Evan for his curiosity, and endless exploration of people, ideas, and the world.

Prior to joining Insigniam, Evan founded his own consulting firm, where one of his specialties was electing and advising political candidates with a win rate of 70%. Due to his love of public service, Evan was unanimously appointed to the City of San Juan Capistrano’s Planning Commission where he became a land-use expert approving future development within the community. He also served the Capistrano Unified School District as a member of the Instructional Material Review Committee ensuring students had access to learning content that would advance their futures.

Evan has dedicated much of his life to the Boy Scouts of America; he is an Eagle Scout and was elected as National Chief of the Order of the Arrow. He currently serves as a Chairman on the Alumni Relations Committee of the Orange County Council for Boy Scout of America. Additionally, Evan served as a youth on the National Executive Committee of the Boy Scouts of America and was honored to assist in writing the 100th Anniversary Boy Scout Handbook.

Evan holds his B.A in political science and government from the University of California, San Diego.

Consultant - United States

Bill Fitzgerald

A former senior executive at technology leader Control Data Corporation, Bill Fitzgerald holds more than thirty years of experience in computing and technology.

As an Insigniam client in the early 1990s, Bill led the effort to transform Control Data Corporation’s U.S. Government Systems operation. During the three-year engagement, the organization experienced a quality breakthrough that yielded a 10x return in provable profit improvement and won the Minnesota Quality Award.

Bill’s expertise extends to the military, and he has worked with the Israeli armed forces and the U.S. Navy. Bill’s computer and technical expertise were critical in helping build and support the mission computers for the Navy’s F-18 and F-14 fighters.

He has also managed international finance and systems operations in more than thirty-five countries and led a new line of business from start-up to $500 million in annual revenue.

Bill holds a B.S. in Accounting from Farleigh Dickinson University.


Awards and Recognition

  • Executive of the Year, Minority Supplier Development Council of Minnesota, 1996
  • Executive Development at INSEAD in France, 1996
  • Minnesota Quality Award, 1995
  • U.S. Department of Defense procurement school
  • Texas Instruments 6 sigma course
  • Acknowledged in The Eye for Innovation, by R.M. Price, former CEO of CDC

Public Speaking and Service

  • Speaking engagements in the computer and technology industries
  • Initiated Black History Month observance at Control Data Corporation
  • Served on the board of Elbit in Israel and the board of the Microelectronics Computer Consortium
Consultant - United States

Kathryn Clark

Prior to joining Insigniam as an Associate Consultant in 2019, Kathryn’s experience centered around the improvement of cultures in businesses and organizations at a management consulting firm. This included the facilitation of leadership training and education for businesses and executives to elevate their performance. Her areas of interest include organizational culture and communication and the ways they can be leveraged for an organization’s success.

Kathryn graduated summa cum laude from the University of Florida with a B.S. in Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience and a B.A. in Anthropology. Her senior thesis explored the impact of social and environmental deprivation on the development of fine motor control in mice and the implications of these findings for autism spectrum disorder.

Committed to improving mental health in her community, Kathryn also volunteered as an in-person and phone volunteer crisis counselor for the Alachua County Crisis Center and National Suicide Hotline. Kathryn is based out of the Philadelphia, PA office.

Awards and Recognition

  • Honored Volunteer, Healthcare Businesswoman's Association Mid-Atlantic Region (2020)

Public Speaking and Service

  • Chief of Staff, Healthcare Businesswoman's Association Mid-Atlantic Region (2020-present)
Consultant - France

Charles Gonet-Sedillot

Prior to joining Insigniam as an Associate Consultant in 2019, Charles’ professional experience spanned a variety of industries including developing a successful marketing strategy for a hospitality company, executing a series of tournaments for a professional athletics organization and assisting in the analysis of legal cases at a large French law firm. Charles is now based in Insigniam’s Paris office where he works as an Associate Consultant as well as manages Insigniam’s client value system.

Charles worked with the largest American manufacturer of hardwood to develop a new innovative product, as well as established a marketing campaign to successfully sell the product. Charles has also worked with a regional bank to transform their use of social media to elevate their brand and attract new hires when they had been bleeding talent.

Charles graduated from Wake Forest University with a Bachelor of Science in Economics in 2017. He returned to Wake Forest to obtain a Master of Science in Management in 2019. Charles speaks fluent French, English, and Spanish. Outside of his work at Insigniam Charles competes as a nationally-ranked golfer.

Consultant - France

Tracy Holloman

Tracy joins Insigniam with previous experience spanning the healthcare, defense and finance industries. Her focus has been in the healthcare space, where she developed work environments where employees are engaged and productive and therefore thrive through the coaching of leaders, creation of opportunities for mid-level managers to be effective in their roles and by building systems and practices that support diverse and inclusive workplace cultures. She believes it is crucial for employees to see how they each play a critical role in the culture and functioning of an organization solely through how they show up every day.

Previously Tracy had founded and operated her own consulting firm that provided support to businesses in the New York area with human resources and diversity, equity and inclusion practices and the coaching of executives to support them. Her impact on healthcare systems has resulted in improved HCAHPS/CAHPS scores and Medicare and Medicaid STAR ratings.

She has served in leadership positions at several health organizations that she led to previously unpredictable levels of employee engagement and management effectiveness. Tracy was the Director of Organizational Development of a health system in a major metropolitan area where she restructured employee onboarding and saved the organization more than five-figures annually by implementing a new learning and performance management system. As a Senior Manager in her previous health organization, Tracy succeeded in reducing absenteeism by 70% and lateness and sick leave by 30% which resulted in significant gains for the organization.

Tracy is a passionate volunteer and has dedicated her time to a variety of causes including the mentorship of Special Forces veterans as they transition into civilian life, the support of domestic violence victims as well as serving on the board of a non-profit organization dedicated to helping underserved families.

Tracy graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Business Management from the University of Phoenix. She is a Certified Executive and Leadership Coach by the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching as well as a Professional Certified Coach by the International Coach Federation.

Consultant - Hong Kong

Felicity McRobb

For more than twenty years, Felicity has partnered with clients from over twenty-five countries, to produce breakthrough results that have a major impact on business. As a consultant, coach, and leadership developer, Felicity is committed to her clients winning at their commitments and exceeding their organizational and individual ambitions. Her clients include companies in the technology, fast-moving consumer goods, luxury and travel retail, consulting and manufacturing industries.

In a recent engagement with a leading technology giant, she developed the leadership in Asia Pacific that resulted in a breakthrough in sales at the same time as an organization-wide restructure. Consulting with a leading American commercial airliner’s Pacific region led to a project that increased income by fifteen percent and increased market share during a recession. She also helped a specialty chemicals company reduce costs by thirty-three percent while generating an eighteen percent sales growth.

Prior to co-founding Insigniam’s Asia practice, Felicity was head of graduate programs in London for a leading global education company, where she and a team of three expanded the UK business by a factor of twenty in two years.

Felicity holds a B.A. in Modern Languages from Anglia University in the United Kingdom.


Awards and Recognition

  • Leader in Client Satisfaction, Insigniam, 2016
Consultant - United States

Gregory C. Holt

For the past two years, Gregory Holt has been accountable for Insigniam’s content and social media strategy. Prior to joining Insigniam, he worked with a start-up branding agency, where he helped clients develop and maintain a strong online presence and take control of their search engine results.

Gregory is involved in developing the marketing strategy of several nonprofits, working with them to develop an out-sized content marketing and social media presence. He also serves on the marketing committee of HelpHOPELive, a national nonprofit dedicated to helping families after traumatic injuries.

Gregory holds a B.A. in English from the University of Delaware and an A.S. in Construction Management from Delaware Technical Community College.

Awards and Recognition

  • Leader in Teamwork & Collaboration, Insigniam, 2016
  • Leader in Increasing His Value, Insigniam, 2015
Consultant - United States

Juan Mobili

Juan Mobili has consulted to major international corporations and to individuals to help them produce significant, sustainable breakthrough results.

Juan worked with General Electric on leadership development for international consultants and he coached and facilitated a leadership development program for its European managers. He did similar work with Citigroup, teaching courses on navigating organizational politics.

Juan has worked with health organizations to design and facilitate an annual conference for the executive management teams of the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) and America’s chapter of the U.N.’s World Health Organization.

He studied social anthropology and the philosophy of language, and was educated in Argentina and the United States.

Juan worked with General Electric on leadership development for international consultants and he coached and facilitated a leadership development program for its European managers. He did similar work with Citigroup, teaching courses on navigating organizational politics.

Consultant — United States

Barry Maloney

Barry Maloney is a consultant with Insigniam working out of the Los Angeles office. With more than fifteen years of experience working in finance and capital management, Barry’s clients credit him for his creativity, big-picture thinking, and listening skills.

Prior to joining Insigniam, Barry was the Vice President of Business Development at Fairbanks Capital Management, headquartered in Rancho Santa Fe, California. He has over a decade’s worth of experience in investment and capital management. In a recent engagement with Insigniam, Barry coached R&D executives at a major biopharmaceutical company to elevate their performance, and successfully meet the overarching business plan.

A dual citizen of Ireland and the United States, Barry holds his B.Sc. in computer applications with honors from Dublin City University and his GDip in actuarial science from Kent at Canterbury, UK. In the San Diego Irish community, he has co-founded a thriving and successful charitable organization in conjunction with the local Irish Consulate Office and Gaelic sports clubs.

Consultant - United States

Jed Niederer

Jed brings over 37 years of experience consulting and coaching executives, managers, teams and entrepreneurs to produce breakthrough results. He has consulted teams in sales, sales management, sales coaching, personal effectiveness, communication, safety and leadership for more than 100,000 people in the US, Canada, Europe, The Far East, Middle East, South Africa, South America & Australia.

In a recent engagement, Jed coached a Fortune 500 manufacturing company’s Hand Safety Team. The team successfully reduced the cost of hand injuries by 50% in just one year.

Jed’s sales career was interrupted by his service in the US Army Transportation Corps as an officer and aviator. Jed served on both Boards of the Seattle Life Underwriters Association and the General Agents and Managers Associations while earning his CLU degree (Chartered Life Underwriter) from The American College, Bryn Mawr, PA.

After 8 years of successful insurance agency building, Jed changed his career path by accepting a position with an international training and development company. After 10 years of leading a wide range of personal and business development programs internationally and managing 43 program leaders, Jed entered the management consulting profession.

In 2015 Jed became Vice President of HSE (Health, Safety & Environment) Leadership Development for National Oilwell Varco (NOV). One of his HSE accomplishments is that he invented the AboveView™ hardhat, the first hardhat to have a clear, replaceable visor, improving upward peripheral vision by 52%. Prior to this Jed was NOV’s VP of Sales Effectiveness beginning in 2008 and in 2012 was named VP of Learning, accountable for effective delivery of all NOV-wide professional development programs including NOV-University.

Jed is co-author of Coach Anyone About Anything Volume 1: How to Help People Succeed in Business and Life, among Amazon’s Best 100 Business Books of 2003 and Volume 2: How to Empower Leaders & High-Performance Teams, 2010. Jed is a lecturer in the Practice of Executive Education at the Jones Graduate School of Business, Rice University.

Jed holds degrees in Communications and Advertising from the University of Washington and a CLU (Chartered Life Underwriter) degree from The American College.

Bob Peterson, Breakthrough Consultant, Insigniam
Consultant - United States

Bob Peterson

Bob Peterson is a Consultant with Insigniam based out of its Philadelphia Office. Bob brings with him over a decade of experience in the legal and insurance industries where he was lauded for his creative solutions, pragmatic problem-solving, curiosity about the issues of the day facing his clients and his dedication to their success.

Since joining Insigniam, Bob has worked with executives at a Boston biopharmaceutical company on a breakthrough leadership performance initiative that produced multiple breakthrough projects returning 5x’s ROI. Bob has also worked on a breakthrough project with an aerospace manufacturing client that increased its annual production by 15% in one year while improving quality, safety and employee retention.

Additionally, Bob works with a nationally-recognized leader in the healthcare industry, where he helps lead efforts to transform the culture of the organization and institutionalize ways of working that will set a rock-solid foundation on which the organization may build.

Bob earned his J.D from Villanova Law School and his B.A. in History and English (cum laude) from Muhlenberg College. During his law school and undergraduate studies, Bob also studied comparative (U.S. / Canada) law at the University of Montréal and Scandinavian Criminal Justice, Literature and Philosophy at the University of Copenhagen.

Consultant - United States

Ashley Tappan

Ashley Tappan possesses career expertise in an array of industries, including sports, television, customer service, sales, and leadership development. She has worked with business leaders to fulfill their visions across the globe for over twenty years.

Among her clients is a manufacturing facility that went from “good” to “best-in-class” in execution and higher utilization, which resulted in customer service levels rising from 67% to 100%. Before joining Insigniam, Ashley managed, built, and led training in leadership and high performance at a competitive telecommunications company. She also worked for the world’s largest television shopping channel for four years in on-air sales where she helped grow a line of specialty travel accessories into a multimillion-dollar business.

Ashley’s ability to develop and coach innovative programs that lead to unprecedented results has earned her several accolades, including recognition as a Rising Star and a Luminary of the Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association.

Ashley attended Indiana University, where she received her B.A. while cycling competitively. Today, she is an active triathlete and coaches people to use their fitness as a tool for developing their leadership.


Awards and Recognition

  • Leader in Teamwork & Collaboration, Insigniam, 2016, 2017
  • Leader in Increasing Her Value, Insigniam, 2016
  • Innovation Award, Philadelphia Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association Chapter Board, 2015 Winner, Philadelphia-area LEAD award, Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association, for innovative leadership programs, 2013
  • Luminary, Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association, 2013
  • Rising Star, Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association, 2011
  • “Above and Beyond” Volunteer of the Year, Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association Greater Philadelphia Chapter, 2010

Public Speaking and Service

  • Moderator, Jacksonville Women’s Leadership Forum, 2017
  • Global Chairperson, Healthcare Businesswomen Association’s Annual Conference, 2017
  • Global Chairperson, Healthcare Businesswomen Association’s Fit To Lead Affinity Group
  • Greater Jacksonville USO Council, 2017
  • National Co-Chair, Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association Leadership Conference, 2011
  • Member, Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association Greater Philadelphia Chapter, 2010
  • President, Philadelphia Chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), 2008-2009
  • Chairperson of a Philadelphia leadership development program, 2005-2007  Rotary Club Business Person’s Exchange Program Scholarship, 2002
  • Big Sister for Big Brothers Big Sisters, Philadelphia, 1997-2007
Consultant - United States

Germaine Porche

Germaine brings to Insigniam over 25 years of consulting experience. She is sought after by her clients for her history elevating the performance of teams, individuals, and senior executives across disparate industries, geographies and verticals.

In a recent engagement, Germaine worked with a copper mining company reducing maintenance costs by $800,000 (27%) in a four-month period. Germaine’s coaching and consulting career has included work in the real estate, insurance, sales, forest products, law, manufacturing, mining, and energy industries. She has also coached teams of labor and management personnel to produce breakthrough results.

Germaine’s consulting work has been multicultural including work in Europe, Indonesia, Israel and Canada. Prior to joining Insigniam, she was president & co-founder of Eagle’s View Consulting, an international coaching and management consultancy. Germaine is co-author of Coach Anyone About Anything: How to Help People Succeed in Business and Life, listed among Amazon.com’s Top 100 Business Books for 2003 and Volume 2: How to Empower Leaders & High-Performance Teams, 2010.

Germaine holds a B.A. in Management from Our Lady of the Lake University in San Antonio, Texas and an M.S. degree in Organization Development from American University and the NTL Institute (National Training Laboratories). She is a certified practitioner and facilitator of several behavioral styles profile and psychometric instruments.

Germaine teaches a graduate class, Leadership Coaching for Engineers, for the Rice Center for Engineering Leadership, Rice University.

The American Business Women’s Association (ABWA) presented Germaine with the 2003 Board Award, for outstanding service to the Artesian Chapter. Germaine was named one of the Top Ten Businesswomen in America for ABWA for 2006. Germaine was also recognized as a Woman of Excellence in 2008 by the Federation of Houston Professional Women.

Consultant - France

Abigail Trombley

Prior to joining Insigniam as an Associate Consultant in 2019, Abigail led an initiative to digitally transform internal and external use of technological tools. Abigail is fascinated by the challenges and opportunities presented to businesses and organizations in an increasingly globalized world. Abigail is now based in Insigniam’s Paris office where she works as an Associate Consultant as well as manages Insigniam’s marketing content.

Her experience before joining Insigniam includes the analysis of data to develop strategies for political campaigns, businesses and nonprofit organizations at a political consulting firm in Washington, DC. She is a published author in academia and of a nonfiction novel.

Abigail graduated summa cum laude from Wake Forest University in 2019 with a B.A. in Politics and International Affairs. She studied International Affairs and Political Economy at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Abigail works in the Paris office and speaks English and French.

Consultant - France

Isabelle Sarkis

Isabelle Sarkis is a consultant with Insigniam based out of the Paris office. She brings more than twenty five years-worth of experience working in human resources management, general management, consulting and training roles for organizations across France to Insigniam’s consulting ranks. Clients credit Isabelle for her pragmatic, straightforward approach to affecting change and bringing transformation to their organizations in addition to her results-oriented coaching.

Prior to joining Insigniam, Isabelle started her own consulting practice focused on change management, leadership coaching and training, and increasing organizational agility. By aligning management and developing leadership and management skills across organizations, Isabelle is lauded for executing and delivering unprecedented results. She also worked as general manager for a commercial real estate company and spent over a decade in investment banking advising on risks.

Isabelle holds her M.A. in business and tax law from Université Panthéon Assas (Paris II), and her LLM in international business legal studies from University of Exeter (UK).

Consultant - United States

Gregory Trueblood

Gregory Trueblood leads front-line teams to embed breakthrough performance, transform corporate culture, and build innovation ecosystems. His work, which includes helping speed product launches and formulating product strategy, has secured millions of dollars in value for his clients.

After working with Gregory, a global life-sciences company’s development team brought a new pharmaceutical to market in record time, a fast-moving consumer goods company reduced product launch time from two years to one, and the leadership team of an emergency-response organization staged the largest full-scale drill in its history.

Gregory designed Insigniam’s innovation consulting offering for business model innovation, led a Crash Course in Creativity session with supply chain teams for a fast-moving consumer goods company, and has led several workshops on innovation and breakthrough performance. Prior to joining Insigniam, Gregory served as a management consultant to some of the nation’s largest state and local government agencies.

He holds an M.A. in Economic & Business and Politics from the Peter F. Drucker and Masatoshi Ito Graduate School of Management at Claremont Graduate University and a B.A. in Literature from the University of California, Santa Barbara.

Public Speaking and Service

  • FrameWorks Workshop: How Leaders Create a Winning Future, CONNECT San Diego, 2020
  • FrameWorks Workshop: Building High Performing Teams, CONNECT San Diego, 2016
  • FrameWorks Workshop: Strategic Planning Inside Complex, Adaptive Systems, CONNECT San Diego, 2016
  • FrameWorks Workshop: Leveraging Design Thinking for Breakthrough, CONNECT San Diego, 2016
  • Business Model Innovation, Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association Leadership Conference, 2013
Consultant - United States

Raul Tuset

For twenty years, Raul Tuset has been instrumental in initiatives of corporate change, strategy development, and implementation of policy.

Raul was part of the design and launch of a Leadership College in South America, Asia, the U.S., Australia, New Zealand, and Europe, a project that resulted in substantial leadership enrollment. He mobilized the middle management level of Cone Health’s leadership, leading to the non-profit’s inclusion in the top percentile of U.S. healthcare systems as measured by national patient care standards. In another engagement, Raul led a course in Spanish for 800 employees of a pharmaceutical plant in Puerto Rico as part of a company-wide initative to re-establish itself with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

Raul has dedicated much of his life to the prevention of drug abuse and the development of programs for troubled youth. His work includes overseeing joint projects with the National Institute of Drug Abuse and the Multicultural Resource Center, directing the first halfway house for delinquent boys and girls under the auspices of the Division of Youth Services of the State of Massachusetts, and advising the Chairman of the Arkansas Juvenile Justice Advisory Group on the redesign of the state’s programs for troubled youth.

Awards and Recognition

  • Leader in Client Satisfaction, Insigniam, 2017
  • Recognition for Teaching Contribution to Executive MBA Class, The Sellinger School of Business, Loyola College, Maryland, 2005
  • Presentations to prominent Haitian business leaders who volunteer their time to U.S. AID-supported development programs, on the topic “Producing Results in Board Meetings,” sponsored by the U.S. State Department, 1988
  • Workshop on the development of civilian management personnel at the Department of Defense Executive Leadership Development Program, 1987
  • Work as a Topic of Study: Teacher’s Ideabook and Work as a Topic of Study: Trainer’s Manual, with A. Greenberg and A. Hunter, prepared for the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, 1981
  • Nonprofit Subsidized Housing Consultant Training
  • Internship in Manpower Consulting and Urban Affairs
  • Applied Behavioral Sciences, Training Theory and Practice
  • Managing Organizational Change: Dangers and Opportunities
Laura Wang, Breakthrough Consultant
Consultant — United States

Laura Wang

Laura Wang is a consultant with Insigniam working out of the Los Angeles office. Clients credit Laura for her structured and reliable approach to problem solving.

Joining Insigniam after a successful career working in business development, marketing, and clinical development at healthcare and medical device organizations, Laura believes strongly that organizational performance is a product of the actions of all the individuals working inside of an enterprise. In one engagement, Laura successfully facilitated the training of a group of change agents at a non-profit organization with 2.4 million members in North America. Participants walked away as better communicators and with specific action plans to mobilize the organization for a culture change.

Prior to joining Insigniam, Laura led marketing projects at a $1B+ annual revenue business unit within Medtronic, where she updated and received approval for over two dozen sales materials in a matter of weeks, as compared to a previous average of 7-8 months. Her effective communication and cross-functional teamwork abilities are applauded across marketing, regulatory, engineering and physician education teams. As a result of her work, a sizing tool that was rated #1 in importance by salespeople was refreshed and delivered in record time. The tool continues to directly benefit physicians and patients in the Operating Room in the areas of patient safety and case completion times.

Laura holds her B.B.A. in marketing and international business from The Goizueta Business School at Emory University prior to earning her MBA from The Paul Merage School of Business at the University of California, Irvine. She currently serves as the Young Alumni Chair for the Dean's Leadership Circle at UCI Paul Merage School of Business.

Consultant — United States

Bruce Zimmer

For over thirty years, Bruce Zimmer has consulted companies across a variety of geographies and industries, including pharmaceuticals, food, and automotive parts.
Bruce led a breakthrough project for a major automotive parts company whose agriculture tire division was facing a 40% loss of market share. As a result of the engagement, the team reduced the number of components required to construct the tires by 38% and reduced tire mass by 44% while exceeding their durability target. His work with a client in the household and personal products industry led to savings of nearly $15 million in inventory carrying costs in seven months.
Additionally, Bruce led the cultural transformation of a major international food retail conglomerate that resulted in the company’s elevation from being ranked “worst in safety” to “best in class.” The client also yielded gains in on-time delivery, quality, and workplace morale. In another engagement, Bruce shepherded a family-owned generic pharmaceutical business through the transition to becoming a profitable, technology-driven, specialty business.
Bruce holds an M.A. in Organizational Development and a B.S. in English and Education from Kean University.

Public Speaking and Service

  • Speaker (multiple times), The Golandsky Institute’s summer program at Princeton University

Thought Leadership and Articles

  • Managing a Family in a Dual-Career Couple, Insigniam Blog, February 2020
  • Generic to Branded Pharma: Pt. I—Prescribing Transformation; Pt. III—Ready for Action, Insigniam Blog, August 2015
  • Lead with the Future—Leave the Past Behind, Insigniam Quarterly®, Winter 2015
  • HBO Channels a Big Step Towards Transforming the Cable Industry, Insigniam Blog, October 2014
  • Myths About Management Coaching, Insigniam Blog, June 2013
  • Enterprise-Wide Transformation Needs Employee ‘Enrollment’, Insigniam Blog, July 2012
  • How To Avoid Losing Millions During An ERP Update, Insigniam Blog, June 2012
  • Why Business As Usual Is Dangerous, Insigniam Blog, April 2012
  • If You Have Followers, You’re Leading Wrong, Insigniam Blog, March 2012
  • Enterprise Accountability: ‘Send It Back!’, Insigniam Blog, March 2012
  • Give Complacency The Pink Slip If You Want Better Business Results, Insigniam Blog, March 2012