Brian Albert is Senior Advisor at Ironheart Corporate Advisory, bringing nearly 15 years of experience leading senior teams through significant organizational transformations. His diverse career in professional services has enabled deep expertise driving complex initiatives in highly dynamic operating environments. Brian has served both the public and private sectors providing strategic and tactical leadership. His portfolio of experience references a broad range of industries and organizations including the UK's National Health Service (NHS), Hawaiian Telecom, Puerto Rico’s Department of Health, M Corp, HMS, NetInfo and Kaiser Permanente.
Prior to Ironheart, Brian was Sr. Vice President of Strategic Services with Wincere, Inc. In this role, he managed a portfolio of large accounts including Gilead and PG&E to facilitate their transformational objectives. In 2008, Brian became the youngest ever Vice President and Practice Leader with MAXIMUS Consulting. In less than three years, he grew a two-person, $0.5 million professional services business to 23 FTEs with annual revenue of more than $8.5 million. From 2004 to 2008, Brian saw progressive career growth with BearingPoint, managing large teams through highly dynamic engagements. At BearingPoint, his areas of emphasis spanned system implementations and organizational restructuring as well as process redesign and new product development.
Brian offers leadership and delivery experience in organizational change management, strategic and tactical planning, new product development, business process reengineering, and system integration. This experience stretches across multiple business domains including Finance/Accounting, Sales, Human Resources, Information Technology, and Marketing. He relies on managerial and functional skills as well as strong analytical, creative, and facilitation skills. He is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and is trained in Lean business process redesign. Brian holds an MBA from the UC Davis Graduate School of Management and two bachelor’s degrees from Boston College.