Kevin is a Partner at Credera based in Houston. His functional responsibilities include leading the firm's worldwide go-to-market (GTM) strategy and Energy, Natural Resources and Utilities practice. Additionally, Kevin leads strategic channel alliances and global client relationships across the Omnicom global network of agencies. His professional background includes over 20 years of management consulting, digital, and technology enablement experience, with most of the last decade focused at the intersection of energy and digital. Kevin’s experience helps clients leverage pervasive digital and data opportunities to innovate, disrupt, and transform to customer-centric operating models. His clients gain greater efficiencies and optimizations across customer, supplier, and internal audiences. Additional expertise includes leadership of B2B commercial sales and marketing organizations, global account management, program leadership and governance, B2B/B2C strategy, organizational design and change management, revenue management and pricing optimization, supply chain optimization, operational asset reliability and maintenance, and interim executive technology and operations roles. His experience has been applied in industry and consulting roles across Hi-Tech, Manufacturing, Retail, and Energy clients around the world.
Kevin graduated from Texas A&M University with a Bachelor of Business Administration, Management Information Systems. He is passionate about stewardship and sits on several academic and non-profit advisory boards. Outside of work, Kevin is an avid outdoorsman and loves taking adventurous vacations with his family.
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