Denise Brown, PMP (Project Management Professional), excels in using her corporate experience in culturally diverse management environments around the world. Her specialty is working with management teams to assist them in aligning corporate goals with projects. Denise provides clients with a strategic, practical approach for defining and delivering immediate and tangible results.
Denise works directly with the client and Diversified engineering team to identify stakeholders, scope, requirements, and workflow management within the broadcast industry to ensure a design that supports a quality integration with all systems.
Denise’s experience focuses on multimillion-dollar programs to strategically plan complex projects to meet clients’ goals. With 15 years’ practical experience in program and project management with software development and systems integration projects, Denise has worked with client teams to develop three Program Management Offices (PMO). Clients include both Federal Government as well as private industry such as:
- The Library of Congress
- Turner Broadcast/CNN
- RAND Corporation
- Sumitomo Drive Technologies
- Infineon Corporation North America (IFNA)
- General Dynamics IT (GDIT)
- Government Accountability Office (GAO)
- Diversified Systems, LLC
- Halyard Health (HYH)
- Navy Federal Credit Union (Vienna and GPO)
- National Cancer Institute (NCI)
- National Institute of Health (NIH)
- Defense Logistics Information Systems (DLIS)
- Guest lecturer at New York University (NYU) within the Project Management curriculum.
In order to provide realistic application of theory to software development, Denise also provides training on the integration of various software packages in conjunction with project management methodologies and scheduling procedures.
Denise has lived and worked around the globe in Guatemala, Thailand, Japan and Hawaii. Her international experience along with her knowledge and skills in project quality control processes, resource management, customer-interface and negotiation, along with a unique understanding of interdepartmental communication are essential factors in the prolific demand for her services.
“Managing perceptions is an art form.” – Denise Brown, PMP