This week, we are delighted to highlight Jeremy Fonteneaux’s experiences as an Analyst.
Jeremy joined Sendero as an Analyst after earning his MBA from SMU. He’s since project managed a large Office 365 system implementation, functioned as a business analyst on an initiative to define processes and procedures for a regional commercial bank looking to attract clients in riskier industries, and led a Community Rock to help the Genesis Women’s Shelter implement a Microsoft Office Suite solution.
Jeremy sat down with us to share his experiences at Sendero and what it means to be an Analyst.
Tell us about your evolution as a consultant during your time at Sendero.
Over the last three years at Sendero I’ve learned a great deal. When I first started, I told myself I wanted to be put in situations that would constantly grow and stretch me professionally. As a consultant, I’m constantly having to adapt to new situations, learn new things, work in new industries, and build new relationships. Through my experiences I’ve learned to be a better communicator, leader, and team player.
How has Sendero helped facilitate your growth?
I attribute much of my growth in consulting to the relationships I’ve built at Sendero. My career advisers, managers, and peers have been instrumental in me progressing throughout my career. Leveraging their experience and insight has taught me how to better navigate the world of consulting. Attending brown bags and taking advantage of conferences has also aided in my growth as a consultant.
What’s been your most impactful project so far?
The project I’m currently on would have to be my most impactful. We are working to deliver increased bandwidth to power plants across the country. This will give employees, located in largely remote locations, the ability to access collaboration tools and perform their daily job functions more efficiently. This is extremely important given recent energy demands have been at an all-time high. We are delivering true value to these sites as they now will be able to run their operations more effectively.