PA Consulting welcomes Agile Expert Carey Denney as a Partner in the Consumer and Manufacturing practice


PA Consulting (PA), the consultancy that’s bringing ingenuity to life, welcomes Carey Denney as a partner in its Consumer and Manufacturing practice. Carey has extensive background in multiple industries including CPG, Travel and Logistics, and Financial Services/FinTech.

Carey is an agile and enterprise performance improvement expert and has over 25 years’ experience helping clients transform their enterprise capabilities. She has expertise in helping clients plan and execute end-to-end business transformation, leveraging modern agile, and operating model principles to realize value. At PA, she will bring compelling propositions to the marketplace and gather the best and brightest talent to service clients. She joins PA from Accenture where she was a Manging Director in the Technology Strategy & Advisory practice. She also served as a Vice President at North Highland. In addition to her professional responsibilities, Carey also serves on the Board of Trustees for The Galloway School, located in Atlanta, GA.

Successful consumer, retail, and manufacturing companies innovate constantly to build a more sustainable future by creating new revenue streams, transforming operations, and building competitive advantage. PA’s unique teams of strategists, designers, scientists, technologists, and engineers help at every step of the journey. PA recently worked with Unilever to create a world leading predictive tool that monitors and accurately predicts COVID-19 trends. PA and a global drinks company developed Dark Matter, a new kind of artificial intelligence search tool that uncovers new possibilities for several multinational organizations.

John Cala, Head of Americas at PA Consulting, said: “We are thrilled to welcome Carey to the team. Her experience in aligning strategic technology initiatives with business priorities will help our clients transform their enterprise capabilities and will help us grow and strengthen our Consumer and Manufacturing practice in the US.”

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