Bryan Baldwin has been CEO of a recording and publishing company, led sales teams for Fortune 500 companies, and has a passion for growing people, and revenue channels. He has over 15 years’ experience consulting Fortune 500 companies in the areas of talent management, organizational development, change management, HR, and learning. Bryan helped develop a technology team creating innovative learning technology solutions in the Fortune 100. Additionally, he and Dr. Frank Wilkerson developed the Psychology of Strategic Sales concentration for Excelsior College. Bryan holds a Doctorate in Business Administration and is a founding member of Leaders Excellence at Harvard Square. He has been inducted into the prestigious Delta Mu Delta Honor Society for Business Administration. Bryan was proclaimed Outstanding Georgia Citizen by Secretary of State Brian Kemp for his business and civic contributions to the state of Georgia.
Carrie Bevis is the Managing Director of Communities & Partnerships at i4cp and Connected Commons, where she manages the partnership between i4cp and Connected Commons, helps members access and apply the research and tools, and oversees community engagement. In addition, Carrie is the experience design architect of the Connected Commons Summit, aiming to inspire our members and spark community collaboration. She draws from her experience developing cross-sector partnerships, strategic workshops, and innovative models that tackle the future of work and community health and well-being. As a convener, strategist, and designer, she harnesses the power of networks to foster collective action and intentional and connected communities. Before joining Connected Commons, Carrie was a strategy and analytics consultant at Monitor Deloitte, supporting clients across the healthcare and life science spectrum to shape growth strategies, align partnerships, and redesign organizational structures. She is a former student of Rob Cross at the University of Virginia, McIntire School of Commerce.
Ryan is the Senior Director of Member Development, Midwest Region, for the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp), the fastest growing and largest corporate network focused on the practices of high-performance organizations. i4cp’s vendor-free community facilitates innovation by giving members – among the largest and most respected organizations in the world – access to Peers, Research, Tools and Technology. With more than 40 years of experience and the industry’s largest team of human capital analysts, i4cp is the definitive destination for organizations seeking innovative ways to improve workforce productivity.
Susan Hartman Susan has been a leader in sales, non-profit world and in the community. Most recently, she led business development for a local company called Mueller -QAAS, an employee benefits company serving small to mid size employers. Susan owned a home business for years while managing her household and regularly volunteering to support our community. She’s also a Pilates instructor and has an insatiable curiosity for life. She’s always smiling and can brighten virtually anyone’s day. Susan is based in Cedarburg, WI.
Nina Lee Holtsberry is the Membership Program Manager at i4cp; her role is focused on making the member experience consistent and ideating new ways for members to engage, interact, and integrate with i4cp’s research. Nina is driven by process enhancement, strategic thinking, and flow. Prior to joining i4cp, Nina established a career in consulting around operations and growth. Nina has worked with a range of industries including biotech, agriculture, manufacturing, aerospace, and consumer goods; all with a focus on continuous improvement and increased efficiency. Nina completed her undergraduate studies at Seattle University and attended law school at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. While Nina is an active member of the Washington State Bar Association, she is happy to identify as a “Recovering Attorney.” A travel addict and adventure seeker, Nina is a digital nomad who primarily splits her time between Seattle, WA and San Francisco, CA. Nina is a wellness enthusiast and happiness devotee.
Ellie Judd joined i4cp as a Strategic Membership Partner in the Fall of 2017. She is responsible for assisting Membership Directors in researching target prospects and their companies, identify opportunities for meetings and continuing engagement with i4cp and strategically support in the sales and member services teams. After graduating from George Mason University with a Bachelor of Science in Finance, Ellie worked in the financial investment sector as a financial analyst and syndicate sales manager until she started a family. During this time working in the home, Ellie volunteered for various schools and charities, raising record numbers and millions of dollars for these not-for-profit organizations. Ellie resides in McLean, Virginia with her three teenage boys.
Adam currently leads i4cp's member development and human capital strategy implementation on the West Coast of the US. For the last several years, he has helped some of the largest and most recognizable Silicon Valley and San Francisco Bay area firms develop data-lead, next practice approaches to human capital. Before joining i4cp, Adam helped companies use research and data to develop strategic employer brands, external recruitment marketing efforts, and employer value propositions for Fortune 500 companies. Adam graduated from California State University, Sacramento with a bachelor’s degree in communications and a minor in human resources.
Nancie is responsible for strategically working with a team of membership directors across the country to introduce i4cp to advanced thinking HR executives. With several decades of business development experience, she works closely with the team to identify opportunities in those companies and industries that could benefit most from i4cp’s data, research, tools and peer to peer connections.
Driven by a lifelong passion and interest in helping people and organizations grow and develop, Kevin works with current and prospective i4cp members in the Northwest region to align i4cp resources with enterprise priorities and HR strategy.
Ivan is the VP, Talent Acquisition at i4cp, a research organization that focuses on next practices in human capital for world-class organizations. He co-leads the human capital TA and executive search function for the firm, partnering with clients seeking progressive HR executives.
Kevin Schulhof joins i4cp as a Membership Partner and an HR Practitioner who has a Master’s degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology and several years of strategy driven Human Resources, Talent Acquisition, and Organizational Development experience. Kevin has a diversified work experience as he has had the fortune opportunity to work for both private and public sectors, Fortune 500 companies, and in the non-profit arena.
Norm is responsible for leading all aspects of the company’s Finance functions and Accounting policies. As a CPA with over two decades of business management experience, he works closely across the entire company to grow its market-leading ability of supporting members in using high-performance organization research and data for strategically prioritizing their workforce initiatives. Norm incorporates practitioner and consulting experience from a variety of industries, including high technology, manufacturing, and professional services internationally. Prior to i4cp, Norm was most recently the CEO of a manufacturing company in Central Washington. He was previously with Litéra Microsystems and spent many years at Microsoft in several market development and management roles. Norm earned his MBA from the University of Washington which included International Finance and Economics studies in Japan. His undergraduate education encompassed social studies in Oxford and Berkeley, with a Bachelor’s in Accounting and Business Administration from USC’s Marshall School of Business. He is also a Board member of Rational Games, an international non-profit organization developing creative use of games, negotiation and play to make a clear contribution to conflict resolution. Norm is a former civil aviation pilot who doesn’t fly as much as he used to and vows someday to take up golf. In the meantime, he enjoys family time in the mountains at their vacation home in Central Washington.