Buffalo, NY – October 2017 – Meliora Consulting, a leading provider of Six Sigma Training and Process Improvement, and a subsidiary of Employer Services Corporation (ESC), has named Shari Kiesow and Lauren Brugger as Partners.
Shari will be responsible for the training platform of Meliora Consulting. She will be designing and delivering customized programs for companies looking to systematically enhance their skill set. Shari’s programs have been delivered to dozens of companies across 3 continents, enhancing the skill sets of over 1000 students. She has co-authored a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt curriculum for use by one of the top private equity firms in the US. Shari is currently authoring a customized Green Belt curriculum for Meliora, targeted for release this November. She is a certified Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt.
Lauren specializes in continuous improvement education and project execution. Prior to joining Meliora, Lauren was a Business Process Improvement Manager for Philadelphia Energy Solutions, where she earned her Six Sigma Master Black Belt and helped build their training program and project infrastructure from the ground up. Her experience spans over 9 years in refining and pharmaceuticals and includes roles in product launch supply chain, GMP manufacturing, and refinery technical operations. Lauren holds a degree in Chemical Engineering from Drexel University.
“We are excited to have these accomplished PI professionals bring their background and expertise to Meliora,” says Managing Partner Michael Bauer. “Their skillset enhances our ability to partner and advise our clients in assisting them to increase system capacity, fix broken processes, and improve margin.”
About Meliora Consulting:
Meliora Consulting is a fully-owned subsidiary of Employer Services Corporation (ESC). Meliora Consulting offers customized process improvement solutions. Through our team of Six Sigma Master Black Belts we proactively identify, analyze and improve upon existing business processes within an organization to help them optimize and meet new quotas or standards of quality.