Katrina Harmon T+L Partner with 18 years of experience as a consultant, facilitator, and project manager. Katrina works with organizations to improve their business results by changing the way they work. She focuses on strategy implementation through business process, organization, and human resource system design.
She has worked across a broad range of industries with clients that include:
Rockwell Automation; Texas Health Resources; Citigroup; InterContinental Hotels Group; Sabre; RR Donnelley; ExxonMobil; Boston Scientific Corporation; MetLife; Ontario Hydro; Motorola; Blockbuster Video; and Southern California Gas/Sempra.
Katrina has previously served as Director of Marketing for Novations Group, Inc., a global professional services firm providing consulting, training, technology, and measurement solutions to Fortune 1,000 companies. In this capacity, she led the formation of a marketing group for two newly merged consulting practices. Her responsibilities included: marketing strategy development; new product launches; marketing events and collateral; public relations; and joint marketing with strategic partners and sister companies.
Prior to her role as Director of Marketing, Katrina worked as a Senior Consultant and Project Manager with Novations. In this position, she directed and facilitated client teams in strategy, process, and organization design. Katrina has also led numerous projects that have helped companies implement their business strategies through leadership and career development initiatives.
Katrina received an M.P.A. from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University, where she was a Truman Scholar. She also holds a B.A. from the University of Colorado, where she was a Presidents Leadership Class scholar and a Phi Beta Kappa, Summa Cum Laude graduate with majors in International Affairs and French. She is currently pursuing a Ph.D. at the University of Louisville’s School of Urban and Public Affairs. Her interests include: strategic planning and management; cluster-based economic development; experiential education; and the power of place.