Monica Gould, MBA, CMC
President and founder of Strategic Consulting Partners, Monica possesses over 20 years of senior leadership experience. Monica has extensive expertise in all aspects of business and displays cutting edge leadership skills, as well as vast financial management and strategic planning experience with multi-million dollar operations. Monica specializes in strategic planning, organizational development, meeting facilitation and customized curriculum design and delivery for leaders. Her unique ability to facilitate strategic conversations has helped hundreds of organizations formulate and implement successful leadership programs and development strategies.
Monica currently manages SCP’s active contracts with the Navy, as well as other Department of Defense and federal training and organizational development projects that SCP supports. Additionally, over the last six years, Monica has provided coaching and feedback training to hundreds of supervisors and managers at Comcast Corporation offices across the United States.
Monica has a MBA from American University. She is an award winning Certified Management Consultant (CMC). In 2009, she was named one of the “Best 50 Women in Business” in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Also, she was named one of the 2016 Top 25 Women of Influence from the Central Penn Business Journal. Monica Gould currently serves as an adjunct professor for Kaplan University and Duquesne University, teaching business classes to businesses, active military personnel and government entities. She is also a professional member of the National Speakers Association® where she is sought after as a motivational speaker for many organizations regarding leadership, communication skills, leading through change and the empowerment of women.
Chief Development Officer
Jasmine Gould is the chief development officer for Strategic Consulting Partners. As a firm, SCP is continuously expanding our work and connections within the federal and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania government, as well as networking with local businesses and nonprofit organizations in the DC metro area. Jasmine runs the Arlington, VA federal headquarters for SCP. She is in charge of business development, arranging team partnerships, networking, research and proposal development.
Jasmine represents SCP in a leadership capacity within community business organizations and international associations. She currently serves as the chair of the Membership Engagement Committee for the Arlington Chamber of Commerce and as the co-chair of the Communication Committee for the Small Business Association of International Companies (SBAIC).
Jasmine Gould graduated from George Mason University with a bachelor's degree in global affairs with a concentration in Asia and global inequality. She has had numerous international experiences including studying at the Mindanao Peace Building Institute in Davao, Mindanao and working with local environmental and human rights organizations while doing a grassroots peace building program in the Philippines. She has also worked in Hong Kong, China as a research assistant for a legislative councilor for the Democratic Party of China.
Susan "Sunny" Gregg, MBA CPA
Susan “Sunny” Gregg serves as controller of SCP’s financials. She provides support for all our internal financial management processes, including time-keeping, billing, reporting, ensuring compliance with DCAA Audit standards and payroll oversight. She has over 20 years of experience as an account executive, working with government contract administration and managing all financial and operational needs of multiple projects.
She is highly skilled in problem solving and maintaining accuracy of financial records. In addition, she provides support for any administrative needs.
Bob Whitmore, MBA, D.Ed.
Director of Nonprofit Programs
Dr. Bob Whitmore is an experienced organizational leader and business coach. He currently serves as an organizational development consultant and trainer on numerous active projects for Strategic Consulting Partners. He has completed business coach training with The Growth Coach, Corporate Coach U, Coachville, Secretan Center and the National Association of Business Coaches. He is a Certified Executive Coach through the National Association of Business Coaches and a Higher Ground Leadership Certified Coach through Coachville.
Bob designed and built a private, nonprofit organization, called Manito, Inc. Manito provides educational and behavioral health services to children and families. From 1979-2014, Bob grew Manito from one program and a budget of $96,000 to 240 staff members and a $12 million budget.
Bob has provided leadership programs, strategic planning, teambuilding and coaching services for various organizations, including: Target Distribution Centers, Sears Holding Company Distribution Centers, Volvo Construction Equipment, Veterans Administration Hospital in WV, Choice Hotels, Lutheran Social Services of South Central Pennsylvania, PA Association of Nonprofit Organizations, and other smaller nonprofit organizations. Bob has a master’s degree in business administration from Frostburg State University and a doctorate in adult education from Penn State University. He has taught undergraduate and graduate courses for Penn State, Wilson College and Frostburg State University.
Joe Deklinski, MPA
Director of Government Transformation
Joe is SCP’s director of Government Transformation and has been a student of change management and innovation for many years. He has spent 35 years working within PA state government and 15 of those years working with state agencies to create positive change. Joe focused his efforts on building commitments to change, helping agencies redesign business processes and involving staff in creating environments for providing extraordinary customer service and innovation. He brings a wealth of knowledge and understanding of government, its culture and what it takes to enhance its business functions. Joe has worked with all Commonwealth agencies by providing change management training, facilitating and managing cross agency projects and redesigning business processes within the Department of Human Services, Revenue, Insurance, and Conservation and Natural Resources, Office of Administration and the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission.
Additionally, Joe is an adjunct faculty member at Harrisburg University of Science and Technology specializing in project management, procurement and organizational leadership. Joe holds a Bachelor of Science from Kutztown University of Pennsylvania and a Masters of Public Administration from Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania.
Scott McCain, Commander (retired) US Navy
Director of DoD Programs
Scott currently serves as the primary senior analyst and logistics policy expert for SCP’s Navy DASN/ELM contract at the Pentagon. Scott also serves as the director of Navy Programs for SCP’s business development efforts. Scott is a 1990 graduate of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute where he earned both a Bachelor of Science in management systems and a commission in the U.S. Navy through the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps. Scott earned a master’s degree in national security and strategic studies from the Naval War College in 2003.
Scott served for 23 years as a Navy Supply Corps Officer, retiring from active duty at the rank of Commander. His assignments included progressively challenging operational and strategic logistics billets both at sea and ashore. Afloat, Scott served as the Supply Officer in the attack submarine USS MIAMI (SSN755) and as both the Stores Officer and Principal Assistant for Services in the aircraft carrier JOHN C. STENNIS (CVN74). His shore assignments include wholesale inventory support for helicopters, Force Logistics Officer supporting all U.S. Naval forces in the Caribbean and South America, budget manager for the construction of the attack submarine USS JIMMY CARTER (SSN23), directing the strategic overhaul of the Department of Defense industrial Supply Storage and Distribution functions and Chief of Wargaming and Strategic Studies for the Navy’s strategic sealift fleet and combat logistics forces. Through his career, he earned qualifications as both a Submarine Supply Officer and Naval Aviation Supply Officer, as well as several personal and campaign awards. He is a member of the Defense Acquisition Workforce and certified under the Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA) as a Life Cycle Logistician (Level II), a Business Financial Manager (Level II) and a Program Manager (Level I).
Since leaving active duty, Scott has been supporting the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Expeditionary Programs and Logistics Management at the Pentagon. He has drafted several policies to improve accountability and management of property held by the Department of the Navy, including forming and leading cross-disciplinary teams of experts to review and implement the policies. His implementation plans included not only publishing the new policies, but identifying key metrics to measure success. He developed and delivered training on the new requirements to all levels from senior Pentagon leadership down to individuals responsible for executing the policies.
Rebecca Hollenbach, MAMFT, MSOD
Director of Operations
Rebecca Hollenbach is our Director of Operations in addition to being an Organizational Development Specialist and a Management Consultant. She has over 10 years of experience in client and innovation management within the Consumer Packaged Goods industry. During her time at Nielsen, the international standard for innovation analysis, she operated as a consultant with Fortune 500 companies to develop their brands’ innovation paths. Her clients included Hershey, Mars Chocolate, Reckitt Benckiser, Novartis, and GSK among others. She received her MA in Marriage and Family Therapy from Evangelical Theological Seminary and has served as a Marriage and Family Therapist for over 5 years. She is adept at identifying the underlying communication, emotional, or behavioral patterns that are perpetuating individual, relational, and organizational discord. Rebecca received her MS in Organizational Development and Leadership from Saint Joseph’s University and has worked with Strategic Consulting Partners since 2017.
Senior Analytics Consultant
Steve is a Senior Analytics Consultant serving in roles as trainer, data scientist, statistician, and predictive modeler and Business Process Improvement professional. Steve is currently conducting SAS training classes for Supply Logistics Analysts, and SAS Business Intelligence software users of at a DoD facility.
Steve holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Statistics, and a Master’s degree in Economics/Econometrics from North Carolina State University College of Management, with additional academic work in applied statistics at the University of Washington. In addition to analytics, data management and statistical sciences, Steve uses his background and training in team-based system approach to planning for organizational or strategic planning.
As a seasoned C-suite Analytics Strategist with over 25 years of accomplishments in aerospace, defense, commercial, retail pharmacy, banking, environmental sciences, state and federal government, and university settings. Steve has initiated or built analytics functions, creating data management, enhanced novel applications of data science and predictive modelling in several contexts totaling over one hundred projects in several domains.
Steve was trained in public and private sector roles as conflict resolution facilitator, trainer, coach, mentor, and manager. In addition to working as Statistical Programmer, Predictive Modeler, SAS Developer, Senior Forecast Analyst, HealthCare Data Analyst, Steve has over six years of experience in predictive modeling applications of Health Care: Pharmacy Patient Outcomes Modeling, and campaign evaluation methods using Customer, Patient and People behavior.
Steve was promoted from Analyst to Manager in two companies, and subsequent nominations to two year-long leadership programs, public and private sector. Steve is a past officer in the American Society for Quality (ASQ), and worked as an internal Quality Improvement Statistician, internal consultant and Certified Quality Engineer with ASQ.
Anthony (Tony) Stamilio, Colonel (retired) US Army, ACC
Human Capital SME, Coach and Consultant
Mr. Anthony J. (Tony) Stamilio’s passion is to support executives and leaders in making their organizations and people the best they can be…and have some fun on the journey! Mr. Stamilio launched First Step Coaching and Consulting, LLC (www.first-step-coaching.com) to share his experience with leaders who are interested in learning and improving themselves, their organizations, and their people. He has commanded Army units and led strategic level staff agencies in the military and across the federal government, culminating his service as the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army. Tony developed award winning leader development programs for military units and the 250,000-person Army Civilian Workforce; he facilitated, developed and implemented strategic plans and processes for independent agencies, non-profits, and the Army Marketing and Advertising effort, valued at $300M. Mr. Stamilio specializes in coaching executives and aspiring leaders and has been supporting leaders in transition for over 15 years. His program management efforts across wide variety of subject areas, including performance management, transition services, and workforce transformation, have been recognized by the Secretary of the Army and Secretary of Defense. Mr. Stamilio is a 2016 Presidential Rank Award Recipient.
Mr. Stamilio earned a Bachelor of Science Degree from the US Military Academy, and a Master of Business Administration, specializing in Organizational Development and Leadership, from the University of New Hampshire. He has served as an adjunct faculty member at the Army Management Staff College, and the Air Force Staff College. Mr. Stamilio is certified through the International Coach Federation as an Associate Certified Coach, and received his training through George Mason University Leadership Coaching for Organizational Performance certificate program.
Faith Schneider, MPP PCC, LCDR (retired) US Navy
Executive Leadership Coach
Faith C. Schneider is a leadership development coach and organizational change facilitator with more than 25 years of Federal and private sector work experience. She is dedicated to helping teams and leaders manage personal and organizational transformation. Faith forms unique partnerships with her clients, co-creating solutions that allow leaders and teams to move forward in challenging circumstances and thrive in the midst of change.
Faith’s background and depth of experience allow her to bring a unique perspective and a wide range of skills to her public, private and not-for-profit sector clients. Collaborating with high-capacity leaders and their teams for the past fifteen years, her clients include the Executive Office of the President; Department of Defense (DoD), Food and Drug Administration; Department of Homeland Security; Office of the Comptroller of the Currency; Nuclear Regulatory Commission; Department of Energy; Food Safety and Inspection Service; Department of Treasury; Department of Commerce; Department of Transportation; the Citadel; World Bank and the Asbury Foundation. Also a veteran, Faith served in the U.S. Navy from 1994-2008 and has nine years’ experience at a large science and technology corporation.
Faith holds an MPP in Public Policy and International Security from the University of Maryland, a B.A. in International Affairs from the University of Maine, and a Postgraduate Certificate in Organization Development from Georgetown University. She also holds a Certificate in Leadership Coaching from Georgetown University and is ICF Accredited (PCC). Additional certifications and training include the Pearman Personality Integrator, EQi (Emotional Intelligence), Experienced Innovation Design Thinking, Team Conversational Norms Diagnostic (TCND), OPM 360 Leadership Instrument, Strength Deployment Inventory (SDI), Adult Development Theory, and Leadership Presence.
Faith offers both a comprehensive leadership and team development process that enhances the client’s capacity and strengths, enabling them to better implement change in demanding, fast-paced environments. Her coaching is fully customizable and incorporates practical tools, assessments and models to deepen her clients’ awareness and achieve long-term results. Her clients value the resources and feedback she brings to each session, and report leaving with new insights and energy needed to move forward.
Jay Aronowitz, MPA
Senior Human Capital Consultant
Mr. Jay D. Aronowitz has served as a senior executive and small business owner with over 30 years experience as an executive leader, strategic policy advisor, innovative problem solver and strategic analyst. Jay served as a member of the Senior Executive Service (SES) in Department of Defense, and possesses an extensive analytical background in strategic level human capital planning, organizational analyses and design, and financial management. Jay testified before the Senate Subcommittee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, and interacted regularly with senior executives across the Federal government, private industry and Congressional Professional Staff Members on issues of strategic interest to the Department of Defense and Army. His executive leadership skills are focused in the following areas:
• Strategic Human Capital Planning and Management
• Executive and leadership development
• Talent and Diversity Management
• Organizational Analyses and Design
• Planning, Programming and Budgeting/Resource Management
Jay has served as the Chief Human Capital Officer (Civilian Personnel)/Headquarters Department of the Army, with responsibility for developing and implementing the Army’s lifecycle management strategy of over 300K Civilians, as well as the Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary (Diversity and Leadership), where his work became the foundation for the Army’s Diversity Roadmap.
Jay holds an M.S., Public Administration, from The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH., as well as a B.S., Social Work, from Xavier University of Louisiana, New Orleans, LA.
Senior Operations Analyst and Facility Security Officer
George is our senior operations Analyst working on one of our Naval Sea Systems Command contracts. As a government senior manager, he accumulated over 20 years of extensive experience in the operation and maintenance of Navy systems and equipment. This experience included planning and coordination in support of equipment and system installations and maintenance, facility design, construction, scheduling and budgeting. Since his retirement from government service, he has supported numerous departments within the Naval Sea Logistics Center. This support included the planning and coordination of the installation and maintenance of a wide variety of technical equipment at numerous Department of Defense shore-based facilities. Responsibilities included contract and technical order negotiations and administration, engineering support and technical and financial determinations. He has performed as a technical liaison with product sponsors and customers for budgetary and operational issues.
Most recently he has provided support in the design, operation, and maintenance of US Navy Ship Management and Logistics Support Information Systems. He worked with project sponsors in the development of project documentation outlining project scope, goals, budgets, schedules, deliverables and required resources. He developed project work breakdown structures, contingency planning and risk mitigation documentation. He monitored and reported on progress of projects to all stakeholders. He possesses a thorough knowledge of the Naval Systems Command organization and is skilled in internal and external coordination and communication. In addition to his role with the Navy, George also serves as our facility security officer.
Dilip Abayesekara, Ph.D.
Master Trainer, OD Specialist, Coach, and Facilitator
Dr. Abayesekara is a SCP senior organizational development specialist and leadership coach who has trained and inspired thousands of people in many different industries in almost every state in the United States and in nine other countries since he started training, speech coaching and professional speaking in 1994. His primary focus is to enable individuals and organizations to unleash their communication and performance potential. One of his favorite quotes is: “If you want to change the world, don’t wait for the world to change; just look at the old world with new eyes.” Dr. Abayasekara (known affectionately as “Dr. Dilip” by many of his clients) has helped thousands of people discover their “new eyes” through his private customized speech coaching, seminars and workshops in the areas of communication and presentation skills, creative thinking, relationship building, customer service, leadership and spirituality and his inspirational keynote speeches.
Dr. Dilip is on the speaking circuit for the Institute for Management Studies, as well as for Vistage International, the world’s largest CEO organization. He also serves as the strategic advisor to the president of Central Penn College and has been an adjunct faculty member in the areas of oral communication and interpersonal communication for Central Pennsylvania College and Eastern University’s School of Professional Studies. A partial list of his clients include: The Hershey Company, Northrop Grumman, PNC Bank, Mid-Atlantic Corporate Federal Credit Union, the Veterans Administration, Central Penn College, Baltimore City Community College, the U.S. Army Equal Employment Opportunity Office, the Government of Sri Lanka, the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service, and the United Nations Development Programme. He has provided customized, private speech coaching to business executives, small business owners, scientists and engineers, professionals, elected officials, candidates for elected office and speech contestants.
Dilip Abayasekara was born and raised in Colombo, Sri Lanka. He attended college in the U.S., earning an A.A. at Palm Beach Junior College, a B.S. in chemistry at University of Florida, and a Ph.D. in organic and polymer chemistry at Virginia Commonwealth University. After working for 12 years as an industrial scientist, he surrendered to his avocation, starting his own consulting practice over 20 years ago–connecting, influencing, and enriching others through the power of the spoken word.
Annette Cremo, Ph.D.
Master Trainer and Curriculum Designer
Dr. Cremo is an education, training and human resource development consultant. She develops, designs and delivers programs to meet the diverse needs of organizations in the private and public sector. She specializes in organization and management development as well as executive coaching. Annette teaches graduate courses for The University of Scranton (human resources) and for the Pennsylvania State University (training and development). Her areas of expertise include human resources, program development, diversity education, instructional design, training implementation, organization needs assessments, project management and internal and external customer service audits. She works in a variety of organizations educating individuals about leadership essentials and releasing the power within themselves. Annette is renowned for developing clear and grounded leaders who build on their natural talents and strengths. She coaches leaders to focus on the right things to achieve the right organizational results. Organizations report that after working with Annette, they are able to build high-performing teams and create strategic leadership development plans that address short- and long-term goals.
She is certified to administer of the Myers Briggs Personality Type Indicator, DISC, 20/20 Insight 360 evaluation, CCL evaluations, EBW Emotional Intelligence Assessment, and Color Code Personality Assessment. She is also a Certified Professional Coach with clients throughout the U.S.
Pamela Marshall Annitto, ACC, CPCC, MBA
Senior HR Consultant, Trainer, Executive Coach
Pamela (“Pam”) Marshall Annitto, is a certified professional coach and organization development, learning and human capital strategist with over 20 years of experience in developing leaders and staff in the corporate, non-profit, academic, and government/military sectors. Pam has worked with diverse clients and international groups, including Booz Allen Hamilton, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), the School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) at The Johns Hopkins University, the Association for Talent Development (ATD), and the US Army. The focus of Pam’s coaching and consulting practice—KADO Strategies—is on individual and group coaching, career development, and personal brand strategy development and implementation. Pam founded and currently leads the Career Development Community of Practice for the Metro DC Chapter of ATD. In 2017, she will serve as President-Elect for the Chapter.
Pam holds an MS management from University of Maryland University College, and a bachelor’s degree in history from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. She is an International Coach Federation (ICF) Associate Certified Coach (ACC), a CTI (Coaches Training Institute) Certified Professional Co-Active Coach (CPCC), a Reach Certified Personal Branding Strategist, and Reach Certified Social Branding Strategist. She is certified in the 360Reach personal branding assessment tool, is certified at the Gold, Silver, and Bronze levels of the Kirkpatrick Four Levels of Training Evaluation, and is a certified Langevin Training Manager.
Project Manager/Marketing Specialist
Ms. Jodi Christman has over 20 years of experience in the marketing field and supports Strategic Consulting Partners’ clients with their traditional and digital marketing needs. After 19 years playing a critical role in the growth of JPL, a full-service marketing agency in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, Jodi Christman left her executive position to provide business and leadership consulting to digital media companies and advertising agencies. She also taught Interactive Project Management at Harrisburg University.
With her strategic marketing knowledge, natural curiosity for how humans can interact with and benefit from technology, and a strong business acumen Ms. Christman has become the go-to expert for businesses and organizations who need her unique combination of strategic and execution skills. Her work delivers results and her style makes it easy for clients to achieve their goals.
She has produced award-winning campaigns, videos, TV commercials, print materials, digital assets and websites for Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission, Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape, National Sexual Violent Resource Center, Herr’s Foods Incorporated, New Holland Agriculture, StarKist Tuna, Mount Nittany Health, The Hershey Company, Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, Dentsply Sirona, Pennsylvania Justice Network, Technology Council of Central Pennsylvania, Milton Hershey School, United Way, and Rite Aid Corporation.
Christman received a Bachelor of Arts in communication/journalism from Shippensburg University in 1992. She was a 2009 Central Penn Business Journal Forty Under 40 recipient and awarded Shippensburg University’s Outstanding Young Alumnus for Personal Achievement in 2011. She is a founding member of Capital Area Marketing Professionals and a small business member of the Central Pennsylvania Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce . She is certified as a LGBT Business Enterprise. She assisted Shippensburg University’s communication/journalism program to become one of 111 programs nationally and internationally to receive accreditation from the Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communications (ACEJMC) in 2013. She was a former board member and currently active volunteer for Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Capital Region.
Richard (Rick) Donahoue, CPIM, CSCP, CLTD
Lean Six Sigma Black Belt
Rick specializes in providing consulting services in supply chain optimization and operation excellence. He also provides training in most of the APICS sponsored materials (CSCP, CPIM, Operations and Materials Management, Lean, and Inventory Management) and develops customized training solutions. Prior to funding his own company ten years ago, he worked for YORK International, Graham Architectural Products, Honeywell, and a division of Tyco International. He held a variety of positions in operations management, materials management, marketing and forecasting and was a project team member for numerous enterprise resource planning (ERP) implementations.
Rick is past president of the Lancaster-York APICS chapter and has held a variety of support functions within the chapter. He currently serves as the Mid-Atlantic District director and previously was the director of education for the Mid-Atlantic District of APICS. Rick also serves APICS headquarters in the capacity of subject matter expert for the Certified in Production and Inventory Management (CPIM) program. Rick has also been involved with several conference room pilots such as Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP) and several CPIM () modules and the Lean Enterprise workshop series. Rick is an APICS recognized Master Level Instructor in CPIM, CSCP and the Lean Enterprise programs. Rick is certified Black Belt in Lean Six Sigma from Villanova University.
Senior Nonprofit Consultant
As a consultant, Susan Koehler draws upon 30 years’ experience in both the for-profit and nonprofit sectors to assist organizations in attaining new levels of effectiveness and success. She started her career in the business sector, first in marketing and public relations, and grew to become a member of international public relations firm Hill & Knowlton’s elite crisis team. In the nonprofit sector, Susan held positions as Executive Director and CEO, and Development Director before becoming a consultant in 2016. That same year, Board Source named her one of their recommended Board Source Certified Governance Trainers. Susan is known for her ability to step in and make things happen whether it be rebuilding a $21-million social service nonprofit in crisis after a financial scandal to helping a conservation nonprofit receive its first-ever $1-million grant. Susan helped a children’s cancer charity achieve a ten-fold increase in the number of children served through the implementation of multi-pronged and scalable changes that included everything from database infrastructure to organizational culture and values, and board development.
Her passion is working collaboratively with organizations and their leaders to articulate visions, define missions, and develop actionable strategic plans. She can be called upon to help with board and staff relationships, and to coach organizational leaders in communication, conflict and change management, and emotional intelligence.
Susan received her degree in English Literature with a minor in Politics from University of California, Santa Cruz. She earned a post-graduate certificate in Nonprofit Management from Chapman College. In addition, Susan holds certificates in Grant Writing, Executive Coaching, and Career Consulting. She is certified to administer the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI).
Lorraine Nordlinger, MBA CPLP, ACC
Trainer and Executive Coach
Lorraine has been coaching and developing team members since 1986. Throughout her career she has mentored and coached new staff, keeping their strengths in the forefront of the subject at hand. In addition to StrengthFinders, she’s certified and authorized to sell and debrief the DiSC Index, Values Index, and Attribute Index that she bundles as ADVanced Insights, along with the Data Indicating Alignment of Organizational Goals (D.I.AL.O.G.).
Ms. Nordlinger earned her M.B.A. in general management from Meredith College and her B.A. in communications from North Carolina State University. She has received her Certified Professional in Performance and Learning certification from the Association for Talent Development (formerly the American Society for Training and Development) and is a Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach. She also completed certificate programs in Facilitating Organizational Change, Human Performance Improvement and Consulting Skills for Trainers from ATD; and Project Leadership, Management and Communications, and Fundamentals of Business Analysis from the George Washington University School of Business. She is certified through Total Quality Institute to implement proven process improvement methodologies. She serves on the faculty of the National Business Institute and facilitates a variety of seminars such as, Working Across Departments and Achieving Buy-in, When an Employee Isn't Meeting Expectations ... Clear Communication Strategies that Avoid Lawsuits, and Dealing with the Troubled/Troubling Employees.
David M. Stahr, Captain (retired) UASF
Senior Asset Management Analyst and Logistician
David is an SCP employee who currently serves as an asset management specialist and logistician for the Navy. He has worked for 35 years at all levels of supply for the Army, Air Force and Navy. David retired in 2014 after over 20 years of service in the Pennsylvania Army National Guard, U.S. Army Reserve and Pennsylvania Air National Guard. His last assignment prior to his retirement was in the Air Terminal Operations Center (ATOC) as an ATOC controller overseeing all operations of the terminal for passenger and cargo movements. In addition, he earned qualification as a U.S.A.F. rigger for cargo loads and never had a malfunction of either the parachute or cargo load.
During his extensive career, David has worked at Naval Supply Systems Command on the Navy Cash Program, as the ATMs at Sea program manager and as the Navy Cash configuration manager. He has worked at Naval Inventory Control Point in the Industrial Support department as a program manager for the four major shipyards. He was also a Weapon System Support team technician for over 19 years, and developed provisioning packages, procurement specifications and maintained the Weapon System file as required.
David worked in support of the Naval Sea Logistics Center’s (NSLC) Distance Support Program from April 2009 until his return from a deployment to Afghanistan in April 2013. In March 2015, he became an invaluable resource to the Command as the asset manager. During his tenure, he reduced the NSLC asset footprint in the Accountable Property System of Record (APSR) by over 700 lines of material that did not qualify for inclusion, corrected over 400 lines of previously deleted material that were not properly retired from the APSR, and identified and added over 100 lines of material on hand at NSLC Mechanicsburg and other sites that were not recorded in the APSR. Additionally, he prepared the Asset Management area for an inspector general audit in August 2015.
Logistician and IT Strategist
Justin is an experienced systems professional with expertise in the design, development and implementation of ERP Logistics and Supply Chain solutions. His background as a systems architect, implementation consultant, and director of systems for a fortune 500 company, provides him with a perspective uniquely suited to manage cross-functional teams that are required to deliver solutions that integrate cleanly and provide meaningful application solutions that drive global business results.
Mr. Strother has played central business and consulting roles on several enterprise-wide supply chain projects and specializes in the areas of orders, procurement, demand forecasting, transportation management, invoice payment, procurement services, reverse logistics, warehouse operations and relationship management. He has experience working with a variety of transportation management systems, enterprise resource planning systems and warehouse management systems. His depth of experience includes not only distribution center operations, manufacturing, retail and consulting but also military and defense logistics services. Mr. Strother’s leadership skills span the full scope of a system’s implementation project life cycle, including strategy development, opportunity assessment, business case justification, solution design, business process modeling and re-design, packaged software selection, solution implementation and training.
Partners & Affiliate Organizations
SCP works closely with the following institutions.
- National Speakers Association
- IMC (Institute of Management Consultants) USA
- Pennsylvania Association of NonProfit Organizations (PANO)
- Harrisburg Regional Chamber of Commerce
- West Shore Chamber of Commerce
- Mechanicsburg Chamber of Commerce
- Central Pennsylvania Association for Female Executives (CPAFE)
- Small Business Association for International Companies (SBAIC)
- Arlington Chamber of Commerce