Ms. Rothenberg helps Concorde's clients save money and increase productivity. She uses her expertise in economics, system design and government processes to improve client operations. Her work includes redesigning work process and deciding where technology can be applied effectively. Adept at communicating with diverse audiences, Ms. Rothenberg applies her experience to creating successful organizational redesigns.
Ms. Rothenberg has over eighteen years of experience in systems process analysis. Before joining Concorde, she worked for CBIZ Trilinc Consulting and Trilogy Associates; began her own consulting firm; consulted for two different departments at the University of Pennsylvania on a workforce education project and a multi-city project; was a planning and administration analyst and management analyst for the Government Accountability Office's Resources, Community and Economic Development Division; and was an analyst for the U.S. Commerce Department's Coastal Zone Program's grant administration office and for the State of Wisconsin.
Ms. Rothenberg is a Past President of NWCT, a professional organization, and member of the Philadelphia Council of Business Economists. Ms. Rothenberg has an Executive Master of Science degree (ExMSE) from the University of Pennsylvania's Engineering and Wharton Schools, 1994, and a Master of Science (MS) degree in Regional Planning from the University of Wisconsin, 1997.
She addressed the 2003 Annual Conference of the Business Forms Management Association, BFMA, on governmental processes and workflow.