DALLAS, TX – Sendero, a management consulting firm with expertise delivering strategic planning, technology enablement, and organizational effectiveness solutions, is pleased to announce the addition of Neil Shaw as a Senior Manager. Neil graduated from Emory with a BA in Political Science and earned an MBA in Finance and Management from Tulane University.

Read on to learn more about Neil’s path to Sendero.

Tell us about your past work experience: I have spent most of my professional career in consulting but have also completed several years in industry.  My consulting and industry experience include strategy, financial transformation, IT integration, and change management in the oil and gas, government and healthcare industries. My project experience includes assisting organizations in financial performance objectives, delivering solutions, improving capabilities, and positioning the enterprise for alignment with strategic objectives.

How did you first hear about Sendero? A good friend of mine knew a Principal at Sendero who spoke very highly about the firm.  He suggested I look them up and apply.

What are you passionate about in your community? I completed a term on the school board for a member school of the Arch Diocese of Galveston-Houston.  Part of my role included serving on the Finance Committee.  I found it very rewarding to understand the goals of the school and then chart a fiscally responsible path towards achievement.

What is a fun fact about you or a secret talent that no one knows about? I held a state record for the 100M backstroke.

 Welcome Neil! To learn more about job opportunities at Sendero, visit our Careers page.

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