Joseph J. Balitewicz

Director - Technology Enablement at KPMG LLP

1601 Market St, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
HQ Phone:
(267) 256-7000
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Last Updated 8/10/2017

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Employment History

Associate Director  - Navigant Consulting, Inc.

Senior Manager  - Peterson Consulting

Executive Director and Principal  - FullPlateTV


Bachelors of Arts  - Political Science , Purdue University


Chief Operating Officer  - InContext Solutions Inc

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Joe Balitewicz
Chief Operating Officer Joe joined InContext Solutions in 2010 and serves as the company's Chief Operations Officer. With over 20 years of experience in planning, directing and executing complex workflow improvements, Joe develops process improvements that allow cross functional teams to deliver greater efficiencies to InContext clients. Prior to joining InContext Solutions, Joe spent over 17 years with Navigant Consulting. He holds a Bachelors of Arts from Purdue University in Political Science.

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InContext Solutions | Leadership

Joe Balitewicz
Joe Balitewicz Joe has nearly 20 years in planning, leading and executing complex projects involving information technology and operations. His vision? Use the best of technology and operations to create mind-blowing ideas. Then execute them perfectly. Over the course of his career, Joe served as an interim CIO to an HMO, managed investigations on ponzi schemes and money laundering, developed a hub and spoke model for the review and production of millions of documents, and recently migrated several projects to an operations center in India. When not catching bad guys and planning world takeovers, Joe enjoys travelling, reading history books and cheering for the White Sox. Joe holds a Bachelors of Arts from Purdue University in Political Science.

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Alpha Sigma Phi - Purdue University

Alumni Profile: Joseph J. Balitewicz '88"When I was an undergrad, ..."A lot of changes have occurred," said Balitewicz."The cost of school has increased exponentially, and most kids these days are not raised to belong to a group or assimilate into a team."This new-found individuality means a new mix of incoming freshman that university administrations and alumni leadership teams must now accommodate.Combine new-age freshmen with the many other issues facing fraternities today, and numbers start to drop."We had 80 people in the house - capacity," Balitewicz described."When considering today the issues of recruiting, brother retention and level of effort to get members to join - the landscape has changed 180 degrees."Add to the mix the explosion of bad press the Greek system, in general, has received recently, and he understands why many parents become hesitant and turn their backs on the Greek system as a living option for their son.And it has been fun for Balitewicz to renew some old friendships and relive some of his favorite fraternity memories.Today, Balitewicz is a senior manager for Navigant Consulting, a boutique consulting firm in Chicago providing services to many specialized industries including those in the financial, construction and insurance markets.With a schedule that demands a lot of travel, why would Balitewicz be interesting in piling on one additional responsibility - and one that involves dealing with some potentially challenging situations?"It's true - it was a lot easier to be on the board in the ‘70s and ‘80s when numbers were high and money was flying in," he admitted."There are a lot of issues now that no one has ever had to deal with.But there comes a time in your life when you want to participate in a very straightforward way - whether free time, your checkbook, guidance, counseling, or just showing up at the activities that the undergraduates sponsor during football season and reminiscing about Whales Tales in the west dining room.Alpha Sigma Phi has shaped every brother in some way."Brothers who would like to contact Joe Balitewicz can reach him at

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