This week, we are proud to share Alex Hebert’s story.
Alex joined Sendero in our Dallas office in 2020. He earned a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology and a master’s degree in business from Texas A&M University. Alex has experience working as a quality assurance and organizational change management analyst for a large utility company and is active on a Community Rock implementing IT collaboration tools for Big Brothers Big Sisters.
We sat down with Alex to ask him about his experience as an Associate at Sendero.
What led you to Sendero?
Entering the career fair season, I had heard a lot about Sendero from different friends and business school advisors. Upon meeting many different employees through the recruiting and interview processes, I was drawn to how approachable and passionate everyone seemed to be. At all levels, I got a sense that everyone genuinely enjoyed their jobs and that was something I really wanted to be a part of.
What stands out to you about Sendero?
The company’s intentional promotion of individualism within an overarching sense of community is what sets Sendero apart. From day one, I not only felt very supported while training and learning the consulting ropes, but also never felt as if I had to fit a certain mold to successfully assimilate into the Sendero culture. Everyone at Sendero is very authentic, open, and different in their own ways. If you have a hobby, passion, or idea, Sendero provides multiple outlets to explore, promote, and share these portions of your personality with your colleagues. I do not feel as if I am just another employee. In my short time here I have quickly learned what makes me unique is also what makes me valuable at Sendero.
What has been your favorite part about being a consultant?
I have truly enjoyed the range of opportunities I have already experienced within my first year of working in consulting. I wanted to start my career in a dynamic profession and consulting has been just that. No two weeks, or even two days, are the same. I have had the opportunity to play multiple roles on my teams and it has been rewarding to see my efforts turn into tangible, client-delivered results across the various Sendero Practice Areas.