Knowledge is power. Providing insight that allows an organization to gain a deeper understanding of its present culture and realize the opportunities to become high-performing and thriving is very rewarding to me.

Denise Kearns

Diagnostics and Measurement Consultant

At Senn Delaney, Denise brings a unique balance of project management skills and expertise in measurement. She specializes in delivering the results of quantitative and qualitative research on organizational cultures. Having extensive experience with many industry segments allows Denise to provide broad knowledge and understanding of the business needs regarding cultural measurement.

For nearly eight years, she has worked with Senn Delaney clients including McDonald's, Staples, International, Invitrogen, GlaxoSmithKline, Airbus, Boeing, Land Rover, Honda, Citibank, Banc One, Silicon Valley Bank, Ford Credit/Ford Quality, Agilent Technologies, AAAS, Hitachi Data Systems, CSC, Key Span Energy, Norfolk Southern, Walter Industries and educate inc.

Prior to joining Senn Delaney, Denise's experience included leading measurement projects for many companies at Hughes Research Worldwide. The industries included energy, financial, healthcare, retail and transportation. While at Hughes Research, as director of project services, her responsibilities included leading all phases of research for both qualitative and quantitative projects; managing project directors, communicating and presenting to clients. Prior to Hughes Research, she held a corporate staff position at Marriott International in the Senior Living Services Division.

Denise received a Bachelor of Science degree from Rochester Institute of Technology, School of Applied Science and Technology and completed post-graduate study in marketing as well as RIVA Moderator Training. She, her husband and son live in Germantown, Maryland, a suburb of Washington, D.C. In their spare time, they enjoy music and live performances, traveling and outdoor leisure and adventure activities.
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