As the pandemic eases and firms crystallize new ways of onsite work, firms are searching for ways to ease the transition to still-forming, new modes of working with each other and with clients. For some MOVE Project firms, the 2020 wrenching transition to fully remote work yielded insights that challenged and reinforced their approaches to advancing diverse talent through work flexibility. Realizing that post-COVID-19 changes can buoy them through unexpected future challenges, these firms are integrating the best of what worked in 2020 with the emerging challenges of 2021.
Lori Kaiser is a chief executive, corporate leader, visionary, and business strategist with a proven track record in assessing risk and creating solutions for Fortune 500 Company C-Level Executives and Boards. As CEO of Kaiser Consulting, Lori provides clients' value-based services that allow organizations to navigate transitions and successfully execute critical projects. She is considered a trusted advisor to executive management on risk identification and mitigation, mergers, acquisitions, and integrations. She combines strong business judgment, financial acumen, a global perspective, and a team approach to implement innovative solutions to complex business challenges. She meets all the criteria and currently functions as an SEC Audit Committee Financial Expert.
Lori has founded and led the firm to nearly 30 years of successive revenue growth achieving multi-million dollar revenues. With the foresight to capitalize upon a niche market, the firm partners finance and accounting professionals with companies through a unique, flexible staffing business model that provides high-level consulting and business solutions. Lori established and continues to direct growth in long-term client relationships by delivering accomplished financial, technical, and project management with staffing consistency on client engagements.
Clark Nuber has consistently been named one of Washington's best places to work. That tells you pretty much everything you need to know about Tracy's passion for her job.
Tracy's efforts have been rewarded by a constant stream of top talent and remarkably high retention rates in an industry starved for talented people. Even in her spare time, she volunteers with the Washington State SHRM as a board of directors member. Her deep understanding of the accounting industry comes from a lifetime of experience; before joining Clark Nuber, Tracy spent sixteen years at the Washington Society of CPAs.