"With digital and social shifts disrupting the global workforce, our clients are facing unparalleled business challenges. Through innovative organizational strategies, GovStrive enables our clients to navigate today’s market disruptors by preparing their workforce for the future."
Director of Organization Transformation and Employee Engagement
Alanna is the Director of Organization Transformation and Employee Engagement at GovStrive. With almost 20 years of federal and commercial management consulting experience, Alanna advises C-suite level stakeholders to drive alignment across all segments of their business related to people, culture, and objectives for a unified innovative strategy. Her breadth and depth span organization and change strategy, talent enablement, leadership development, and strategic communications helping clients prepare for the future of work.
Before joining GovStrive, Alanna spent 10 years at Deloitte in various capacities. She began her tenure within Consulting delivering organization transformation projects to commercial clients across life sciences and health care, financial services, and telecom, media, and tech/digital. Most recently, she was the Consulting Industry Talent Development Leader driving the learning strategy across all levels and services enabling professionals to solve their clients’ greatest challenges, expand business development, and grow as future leaders of the firm. Alanna has also consulted with Booz Allen Hamilton in their Assurance and Resilience team supporting civil agencies with their IT security and privacy programs, including HHS, VA, and USPS. Ms. Hart holds a BA in Economics and Hispanic Studies from Boston College and a Masters Certificate in Organizational Change and Development from Hawaii Pacific University.
Alanna resides in Washington, DC with her husband and 4 young children. She enjoys running through Rock Creek Park, hiking and riding bikes with her family, and practicing yoga (preferably on the beach!). She is active in several non-profit organizations, which promote women and girls’ leadership development.