Simon Everett, Ltd.

Simon Everett is an analytic design firm. We structure and implement analytic engagements to help government agencies, businesses, and non-profits solve problems, large and small. Whether our clients seek to create capabilities, improve processes, or inform decisions, we offer the proven ability to address their needs. Our consultative approach blends analytic agility with interdisciplinary expertise to produce functionally and aesthetically impactful results. We are successful when our clients tell us they can achieve better outcomes.

Advisor-y watch

We’d like to share a couple of successes that, despite being within the Simon Everett family, are not of our making. It appears we’re far from the only ones who value the talents, leadership, and accomplishments of Neill Sciarrone, one of our corporate advisors.

First, Neill has had the honor of being included in the inaugural group of Presidential Leadership Scholars, a program sponsored by four presidential foundations: the George W. Bush Presidential Center, the Clinton Foundation, the George Bush Presidential Library Foundation, and the Lyndon Baines Johnson Foundation. Over the course of six months, Neill and her fellow scholars participated in discussions with former administration officials, leading academics, and other distinguished practitioners; advanced personal leadership projects aimed at improving the civic and social good; and benefitted from the direct participation of Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton, who shared their personal perspectives on leadership. The program – which concluded last week – places Neill in the company of esteemed leaders who are tackling a wide variety of societal challenges. 

Second, SC Magazine recently recognized Neill as one of ten “Power Player” women in information technology security. To us, the article perfectly showcases Neill’s blend of policy and corporate expertise; her ability to discuss complex cybersecurity issues at a digestible and impactful level; and her positive approach to addressing both technical and professional challenges.

Our congratulations go out to Neill and her fellow Presidential Leadership Scholars...and to us for having the good fortune to have Neill in our corner!

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