Kay Grinnell

Adjunct Faculty Member at University of North Carolina School of Public Health

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Last Updated 10/21/2012

General Information

Employment History

Teacher  - University of North Carolina School of Public Health

Deloitte LLP

The Boeing Company

Los Angeles County Commission on HIV

Education

Masters  - Decision Sciences , Georgia State University

MBA  - Decision Sciences , Georgia State University

Bachelors  - Biology , Penn State University

Affiliations

Board Member  - Marine Conservation Biology Institute

Web References  

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Secretary (Interim): Kay Grinnell
Kay Grinnell Secretary (Interim) - Ms. Grinnell retired in 2003 after a 20 year career (11 years as a Partner) with Deloitte Consulting. During this time she worked with single and multi-hospital systems, academic physician groups, health plans and Pharmacy Benefit Managers in the U.S., Canada, New Zealand and Australia. With a focus on strategy and operations, Ms. Grinnell led projects to assist clients with general and clinical operations efficiency, market strategy, turnarounds, contracting, medical management and pharmacy. Prior to her work with Deloitte she held a position with The Boeing Company where she was involved in decision support systems. Ms. Grinnell is currently an adjunct faculty member at the University of North Carolina School of Public Health, where she teaches Analytic Techniques for the Executive Masters Program. She is also an independent consultant, working with organizations such as the Los Angeles County Commission on HIV to improve their decision making processes. A proponent of education as a key to the future of our environment, Ms. Grinnell contributes time to Audubon and the Coastal Discovery Museum, where she leads school field trips in the marshes and on the beach. She holds a Bachelors in Biology from Penn State University, and a MBA and Masters in Decision Sciences from Georgia State University.

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Marine Conservation Biology Institute

Kay Grinnell
Kay Grinnell retired in 2003 after a 20 year career (11 years as a Partner) with Deloitte Consulting. During this time she worked with single and multi-hospital systems, academic physician groups, health plans and Pharmacy Benefit Managers in the U.S., Canada, New Zealand and Australia. With a focus on strategy and operations, Ms. Grinnell led projects to assist clients with general and clinical operations efficiency, market strategy, turnarounds, contracting, medical management and pharmacy. Prior to her work with Deloitte she held a position with The Boeing Company where she was involved in decision support systems. Ms. Grinnell is currently an adjunct faculty member at the University of North Carolina School of Public Health, where she teaches Analytic Techniques for the Executive Masters Program. She is also an independent consultant, working with organizations such as the Los Angeles County Commission on HIV to improve their decision making processes. A proponent of education as a key to the future of our environment, Ms. Grinnell contributes time to Audubon and the Coastal Discovery Museum, where she leads school field trips in the marshes and on the beach. She holds a Bachelors in Biology from Penn State University, and a MBA and Masters in Decision Sciences from Georgia State University.

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Grinnell will speak at the Pitt Leadership Series about what specific initiatives Deloitte has undertaken to become more women-friendly.A central Pennsylvania native who graduated from Penn State, Grinnell, 44, joined Deloitte in 1983 in Atlanta after working a couple of years at Boeing Inc.She holds an MBA and a master's in decision sciences from Georgia State University.Deloitte, with offices nationwide, launched its women's initiative task force in 1991 to help determine why it had so much female turnover.Through gender awareness workshops, mentoring programs for women and other initiatives, Deloitte has boosted the number of women partners from fewer than 5 percent in 1992 when Grinnell was named partner, to between 10 and 15 percent today.Others scheduled to speak at the Leadership Series and their topics include :.

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