“My purpose is to be a champion for the spirit of unity among all.”

meet Kurt

Kurt Kamph

Principal

Kurt Kamph joined Senn Delaney in 1988 bringing 15 years of experience successfully leading teams in the media and entertainment fields. He has guided hundreds of leaders to shape the cultures of their teams and organizations to achieve ever higher performance in a way that is sustainable and enduring.


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His inspirational style and ability to help people gain fresh perspectives makes Kurt a valuable resource to senior teams. He has a deep expertise in working in partnership with senior leaders to identify the key cultural elements that will lead to success and bringing those elements to life in all aspects of the enterprise. 

 

Kurt has served Senn Delaney's clients in a wide variety of industries, including telecommunications, healthcare, consumer products, retail, energy services, entertainment, insurance and financial services. His clients include T-Mobile, Bell Atlantic, NYNEX, Edison International, SunEdison, Limited Brands, QVC, United Health Group, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Abbott Labs, Holland America Line, Electronic Arts, Burger King, CBS Television, Sony Pictures, British Broadcasting Company, Showtime Networks, USAA, Commerce Bank, and New York Life Insurance Company.

 

Kurt's experience in leading and guiding teams has shown him that a leader's authentic ability to inspire passion toward a clear purpose is vital to the organization's ability to create and sustain the winning behaviors that drive results.

 

Kurt holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Rhode Island, and has completed postgraduate work at Ohio University, University of California Los Angeles, and University of Southern California. He and his wife live in San Diego, California. He devotes much of his free time to his family, Together they enjoy music, travel and scuba diving. Kurt is also an avid photographer and a published writer of fiction and teleplays.

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