Kevin Anderson Joins North Highland
April 15, 2019
April 15, 2019 (ATLANTA) – Management consulting firm North Highland is excited to announce that Kevin Anderson has joined the firm as associate vice president and business development leader. In his role, Anderson will focus on managed services, to help clients achieve increased workforce productivity across industries and capabilities.
“I am excited to welcome Kevin to North Highland,” said Tom Bodeep, North Highland vice president and global business development. “His strong expertise in building, growing and transforming integrated client solutions will play an important role in the firm’s growth.”
Anderson has over 30 years of experience in professional services and management consulting. Prior to North Highland, Anderson served as the Office Managing Partner for Tatum, helping companies navigate, evaluate and select high impact solutions. Anderson also held significant tenures in public accounting at BDO, Grant Thornton and Ernst and Young as well as technology roles at Creo, Xpedior and Hagen Systems.
Anderson is a graduate of Illinois State University where he earned a Bachelor of Science in industrial technology.
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