Meghan Loomis is a director with Baker Tilly Digital. Meghan has spent her career helping clients drive back office transformations using technology as an enabler of change. During her time at Baker Tilly, Meghan has focused on several key activities:
- Delivering highly complex projects: Meghan believes rigorous project management and pragmatic change management are the keys to successful projects. She focuses on collaborating closely with clients and delivering meaningful results in a style that feels good. Meghan has led dozens of engagements to deliver quality work and maximize value to her clients.
- Building technology alliances: Meghan has championed and led the research, development and growth of several of Baker Tilly Digital’s key technology alliances. She drives transparent communication in building new alliances and works to ensure mutual benefit and success for Baker Tilly and our partners.
- Growing Baker Tilly Digital’s federal practice: Baker Tilly Digital has amassed years of experience migrating clients to modern technologies in the commercial space, and we have applied that depth and breadth of experience in building our federal practice. Meghan brings forward lessons learned from the public sector and marries that with the unique challenges, complexities and requirements of the federal sector in order to provide elegant solutions for Baker Tilly’s federal clients. She also works with our technology partners to ensure product enhancements are incorporated to support the evolving needs of the federal sector.
- Defining new service offerings and methodologies: The digital landscape is ever evolving, and Baker Tilly must continually evolve to engage effectively with our clients. Meghan works to identify and develop new service offerings to meet our clients’ needs and accelerate the rate of change of business.
Meghan’s other strengths and skills include: project and program management, change management, business process reengineering, technology implementation, human resources (HR) process and program design and process improvement.