North Highland adds three senior consultants to US team

13 November 2014 3 min. read
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North Highland has recently announced several additions to its US consulting team in the Nashville and St. Louis offices. Former Deloitte Director Beth Price has been appointed as Vice President, Carl Turza, who has joined from Daugherty Business Solutions, has taken on the role of CIO Advisory Services Lead, and former EY Executive Director Mark Vreeland has been named Health Care Advisory Practice Leader and Principal.

North Highland is an in 1992 established management consulting firm, with more than 1,000 employees working from its 25 offices worldwide. The firm that is employee-owned is active in a wide variety of sectors: Energy & Utilities, Financial Services, Healthcare, Life Sciences, Manufacturing, Media, Entertainment & Communications, Public Sector, Retail & Consumer Products, and Transportation.

In recent months, the consulting firm has added several senior consultants to its team in the US, an overview of the appointments:

Beth Price - Carl Turza - Mark Vreeland

Beth Price

Beth Price has joined North Highland as Vice President of the Nashville office from Deloitte where she acted as Director. Price brings the firm a strong healthcare background as she has served most segments of the industry, including provider; non-profit, for-profit, academic medical centres; healthcare payers and the clinical research life science industry. Prior to working for Deloitte, Price acted as CEO and Executive Director of the Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center, COO at the Sarah Cannon Cancer Center, and Senior Strategy Manager at Accenture. In addition to this, she fulfilled several roles on different boards.

“North Highland’s Nashville office is known for delivering powerful, integrated solutions to our healthcare clients across the industry spectrum and Beth’s presence will further enhance our ability to do this,” comments Nancy Schultz, Global Healthcare Lead and Group Vice President of North Highland Nashville and St. Louis, on the appointment.

Carl Turza

Carl Turza has been appointed to Chief Information Officer (CIO) Advisory Services Lead of St. Louis office, a role in which he will be responsible for supporting business development efforts, offering digital engagement thought leadership and enhancing the CIO advisory practice. Turza brings over 30 years of experience to North Highland, and has fulfilled several leadership roles, including Senior Vice President and Principal Management Consultant at Daugherty Business Solutions, Vice President  Global e-Business at VWR International, Chief Information Officer at Sigma-Aldrich, COO at Woodwind & Brasswind, and VP e-Business at W.W. Grainger.

“Carl brings a triple threat of strong leadership, strategy and the solid understanding of the intersections and convergence between demand generation and marketing, supply chain, technology and back-end system integration,” comments Scott Turner, Vice President and Market Lead North Highland St. Louis.

Mark Vreeland

Mark Vreeland has joined the firm as Health Care Advisory Practice Leader and Principal of the St. Louis office. In this role, Vreeland will focus on information management and collaboration, information architecture, governance and business intelligence for clients. Prior to joining North Highland, Vreeland worked for several other consulting firms, including in the roles of Executive Director of the Health Care Practice at EY, Senior Manager & Informatics Leader at Accenture, and Senior Manager Business Intelligence Leader at Capgemini.

“Mark’s passion for leveraging technology to drive business value and enable critical processes, partnered with his broad industry experience, which spans health care, finance and manufacturing industries, will be an asset to our firm and to our clients,” says Turner.