Welcome New Team Members

by | May 29, 2013


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Transform Consulting Group is excited to announce the addition of several new members to our team. This month, we are welcoming Steve Brown, Rachel Ferry and Hanako Kawamoto, and also saying goodbye to Jenny Young!

Steve Brown, Project Assistant, is starting his encore career with Transform Consulting Group after enjoying a 39-year career at Ford Meter Box & Co. As a past foster parent to over 150 children and two adoptive children, Steve is doing what he loves by working with organizations that help vulnerable children and families.

Rachel Ferry, Director of Communications and Outreach, brings extensive experience in email marketing, strategic content, social media and online advertising efforts.

Rachel most recently worked for a boutique marketing agency in Carmel, Indiana. Rachel has a Bachelor’s degree from Ball State University and has been a featured writer for a newspaper in Carmel, IN.

Hanako Kawamoto, MSW Intern, is a Master’s student at the IU School of Social Work in Indianapolis and will graduate August 2013. She has volunteered with several Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) and dedicated her efforts to promoting the well-being of orphans in Thailand, Vietnam, and Uganda. Hanako grew up in Hiroshima, Japan and earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Cross Cultural Studies from Tokyo Woman’s Christian University.

In addition, we’re saying goodbye to Jenny Young as she wraps up her internship with us this month. We congratulate Jenny for completing her Master’s degree in Social Work! She has been an incredible asset and resource to Transform Consulting Group primarily supporting the Indiana Heart Gallery project. We will miss her tremendously!




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