CHICAGO (May 11, 2020) – Amy Geltner has joined the firm as Director of Engagement and Client Services in the Career Transition Services practice. In her new role, Geltner will focus on helping companies implement change management strategies, working with clients to develop and customize resourcing strategies for employee transition and leadership development.
Geltner brings to Bravanti a wide range of leadership, organizational development and change management skills, along with training, project management, and global implementation experience. With a background in human resources leadership, Geltner’s unique blend of technology utilization and personal involvement provides a winning combination that has been an important component in her career advancement.
“As our clients continue to face the pressures of a changing economy, we know Amy will be a force for good in helping them with their change management and transition needs,” said Susan Gallagher, Bravanti President and CEO. “She brings a passion for working together toward common goals, along with a commitment to effective problem solving, all of which will have a positive impact on both our team and our clients.”
Most recently, Geltner was the Director of Organizational Development at American Hotel Register Company, a privately held global hospitality supplier. She was responsible for the development of training and coaching programs, and project management of key initiatives including sales optimization, enterprise resource planning, eCommerce, and the revamping of the company’s on-boarding process and management development programs.
Prior to American Hotel Register, Geltner worked at Canon Business Solutions, Inc., a subsidiary of Canon, USA. She held a variety of human resources leadership positions with increasing responsibility, culminating in her role as the Director of Training and Development. She spearheaded and created many innovative programs in training, development, succession planning, and reward/recognition.
Geltner is a graduate of University of Illinois and holds an MBA from William Howard Taft University. She was a member of the Northwest Human Resources Council and was Vice President of this organization from 2009-2010. She lives in the Chicago suburbs with her husband, daughter and (new) dog.