Chief Executive Officer
Neil Norris is an industry recognized professional in workplace management. Retired after 25 years with Hewlett-Packard, Neil designed, developed, implemented and managed workplace services infrastructure for office based, mobile and remote employees in America's Field Operations. Neil participated in research projects and seminar presentations with MIT, Gartner Group, Wharton School of Business, CoreNet, and numerous others. He participated in the International Workplace Studies Program at Cornell University, and was a member of the HP Virtual Office Steering Committee. Neil earned his Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of North Florida, and Master of Business Administration from Mercer University.
Neil may be reached at 770-516-6762 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chief Operating Officer
Michael Dziak is in his twentieth year as a telework consultant, author and trainer. He has helped dozens of companies and thousands of knowledge workers become successful in their telework experience. Since 1991 Michael has successfully assisted public and private sector clients with the changes required to adopt a remote work culture. In 1992, Michael founded the Metro Atlanta Telecommuting Advisory Council, and as an officer of ITAC, the International Telework Association and Council, Michael influenced the early professionalization, positioning and growth of the telework industry. He wrote a book entitled Telecommuting Success, published in 2001. Michael earned his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Business Administration from Lewis University in Lockport, Il.
Michael may be reached email@example.com or @MichaelJDziak
Vice President, Global Development
Kate North has over 25 years of global experience in workplace strategy, research, design and transformational change. She offers her clients a holistic perspective, focusing on the impacts of the Work Place, Work Practice and Work Process. Kate’s is the current Global Chair of WE: Workplace Evolutionaries, a vibrant global workplace group within IFMA. She also co-authored the book, “Work on the Move” for the IFMA Foundation. She is an Advisory Board Member of New Ways of Working, a global research consortium and is a member of the Future of Work.
Kate may be reached at 512-750-3347 or firstname.lastname@example.org.