Delivering real impact for our clients starts inside, with an experience that is engaging and fulfilling for our people. That’s why we made employee experience a key input to our business strategy—and where Dani comes in.
As West Monroe’s director of People Strategy & Experience, she focuses on building a differentiated employee experience that allows employees opportunities to grow and build expertise, see that their work is having an impact, and to do so in a collaborative and supportive culture. In this capacity, her key areas of focus include employee fulfillment, employee experience and people strategy, employee engagement, and internal communications. Dani is also responsible for our Corporate Social Responsibility program, focused on making a positive social impact in our local and global communities.
Under Dani’s leadership, these teams have become trusted advisors to firm leadership. With her finger on the pulse of employee sentiment, Dani frequently counsels leaders on a variety of strategic and employee matters, and she partners with various functions to influence all facets of the employee experience at West Monroe.
Prior to joining West Monroe in 2016, she spent more than eight years consulting with public and private companies in the areas of crisis communications, corporate communications, restructuring, litigation support, and reputation management. She earned a bachelor’s degree from Boston University.
Dani loves interior design and real estate, travel, exploring new restaurants, and being on the water in northern Michigan. She grew up figure skating and competed in synchronized skating internationally as well as in college. She returned to the ice several years ago as a member of an adult synchronized skating team and appreciates having a competitive passion that has continued through her life.
Every day, she challenges herself and her teams to think big and more critically – instead of just completing an ask or task at hand. Her aim is never just to get things done but to do them the best they can be.