Liberty Advisor Group Principal Consultant Dave Leopold has won the 2020 Consulting Magazine ‘Rising Stars of the Profession’ Award in the ‘Client Services’ category. The award, which will be presented at a dinner in Chicago, recognizes the achievements of consultants aged 35 and under.
Dave has over twelve years of industry and consulting experience, focusing on enterprise infrastructure and mid- to large-sized data and analytics implementations: He currently helps clients with transformational projects specializing in ERP and data and analytics. He has a diverse background in complex IT environments across several industries such as aerospace and defense, chemicals, CPG, and manufacturing, making his skills readily adaptable to every client’s needs.
While at Liberty Advisor Group, Dave has been part of engagements across most of the company’s key offerings. Dave led several work streams as part of a complex M&A carve-out from a $10B company with four different buyers. He has led and been part of multiple ERP transformation delivery assurance roles including a $2.5B aerospace and defense company. Dave has also led several data and analytics engagements including a BI re-platform project at a $3.5B chemicals company.
Dave joined Liberty because of its people and clients. He loves the fact that he gets to work with them every single day: “The constant refreshed challenges that this job presents let me to learn many different things in a very short amount of time: No two projects are the same: Additionally, since joining a smaller firm, I’ve been energized by the work I do to mature some of our internal operations: It’s really great to be able to help build something that impacts my peers.”
When asked what winning this award means to him, Dave responded “It is an honor to be part of such an esteemed group of award winners: However, just being nominated for this award by my company is the most meaningful part: I work with an incredible group of individuals: To be nominated for this award over anyone else from Liberty is something I never expected and will appreciate for years to come.”