M3 Ultimate Solutions Adds Consultants

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Deepak Lalwani and Renee Sullivan Deepak Lalwani and Renee Sullivan

Carmel-based M3 Ultimate Solutions has added three strategic partner consultants: Deepak Lalwani (pictured), Dennis Gale and Renee Sullivan (pictured).

Lalwani is founder and management consultant at Deepak Lalwani & Associate LLC. He previously worked for Accenture. His background is in the areas of Organizational Change Management, Business Architecture and Process Management. Lalwani has more than 15 years of experience in a wide selection of industry segments including energy and utilities, pharmaceuticals, healthcare, financial and technology services. He is a founder of Independent Consultants Network and Business and Technology of Greater New York organizations. Lalwani holds degrees from Columbia University, Masters of Arts in Organizational Change, Stony Brook University, Bachelors of Arts in Psychology.

Gale is president and principle consultant at Performance by Design. He has more than 30 years of experience in a wide selection of industry segments including manufacturing, nuclear power utilities, insurance, retail, Department of Defense and a Veteran of the U.S. Navy. Gale's a long-term member of the Illinois State University Advisory Board for the Industrial Technology Graduate degree program. He holds degree from Southern Illinois University, Bachelors of Science Education in Workforce Development with specialization in Instructional Systems Design, Cum Laude.

Sullivan is president at Sullivan Change Consulting LLC and previously worked for Eli Lilly and Co. Her expertise is in the areas of Organizational Change Management, Business Process and Transformational Management, Mergers and Acquisitions, Outsourcing, Shared Services and Robotics Artificial Intelligence. Sullivan has more than 30 years of experience in pharmaceutical industry. She is a graduate of Purdue University with a Bachelors of Science in Industrial Engineering.

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