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Amy Yozviak

Principal
Amy Yozviak

Amy Yozviak

Principal

Overview

Ms. Amy Yozviak has a breadth of experience in developing business and technology solutions, including leading cross-functional innovation efforts and fast-paced change and growth in entrepreneurial and enterprise environments. Amy’s work experience includes the consumer products, telecommunications & cable, life sciences, healthcare, public sector, higher education, transportation, and corporate real estate industries.

Experience

With over 15 years of professional experience, Amy has led the design, launch and growth of innovative products, technology, and programs as a strategy and management consultant serving federal government executives and Fortune 50 leaders. Amy has also been a Philadelphia entrepreneur who launched a Silicon Valley venture-backed technology start-up and an Ivy League innovation center. Amy’s technology and digital expertise has led to two innovation award-winning projects. These engagements demonstrated how to create new digital technology in a large, complex organization by building stakeholder consensus, ensuring business and technology execution is aligned to strategic objectives, and driving operational efficiency on a fast-paced project timeline. Prior to joining Pariveda Solutions, Amy served as a management consultant at North Highland, McKinsey & Company, and Booz Allen Hamilton on strategy, operational, and technology engagements.

Outside of the Office

In her free time, Amy loves to travel internationally, practice yoga, and spend time with family and friends. She is also a karaoke aficionado.

Education and Service

Amy graduated from West Chester University of Pennsylvania with a double major in Political Science and Communication Studies. She is a volunteer member of Fame Fire Company No 3. In West Chester, PA.

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