Allie Dulaney

Resource Manager

Allie Dulaney is the resource manager at culture-shaping firm Senn Delaney, a Heidrick & Struggles company. She works with consultants, Client Services and the resource team to schedule consultants for client culture-shaping engagements to utilize resources strategically and further development of consultant skills.


Allie joined Senn Delaney in 2010. She has served as a client services project coordinator and most recently as Client Operations senior project coordinator, serving as a key support liaison for culture-shaping engagements. Serving in this key strategic support role, Allie has exceptional organizational and interpersonal skills, as well as a commitment to quality client service. She has served in roles where she is responsible for project coordination and performing various administrative functions for multiple client accounts and projects. She partnered with client service managers, Senn Delaney consultants, Product Development team and other departments to ensure high-quality production and logistics of all deliverables to support client teams. Allie also provides administrative support to client for SD Connect resource centers for surveys, reports and communication to clients.  


Prior to joining Senn Delaney, Allie was a customer service manager at Southwest Medical Group where she managed multiple calendars for numerous physicians throughout the United States.


Before that, she was an office manager for a private dental practice in Torrance, CA. There, she worked closely with patients, insurance carriers and assisted in some dental procedures.


Allie was honored by her peers in 2012, 2013, and 2015 with a Senn Delaney "Living The Values" award for her dedication, work ethic and passion for serving Senn Delaney clients with the highest integrity, positive spirit, and healthy mindset.


Originally from Boston, MA, she enjoys the Southern California by spending lots of time outdoors gardening and playing with her dog. She also enjoys spending time with family and friends.

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