Kayley Crockett, Amanda Kreutziger, Barbara O’Connor, Angie Prince, Lisa Nemeth Cavanagh, and Denise DiPiano explore business agility and digital transformation from their unique vantage points and experiences through the lens of women leading change.


Kayley Crockett

Experienced High Performance Coach and Change Agent with a demonstrated history of working in the financial services industry. Skilled in Coaching and Lean Management with a Bachelor of Science (BS) focused in Psychology from University of Utah.

Kayley blends Coaching with Lean Management and Psychology to focus on the “whole human” experience in a change journey. She has almost a decade of advancing healthy change with a Fortune 500 financial services organization.

Amanda Kreutziger

An engaging and proven change agent with experience leading organizations through large scale technology initiatives that drive business results in efficiency and modernization.



Barbara O’Connor

In an adaptive, complex business environment digital intelligence is critical to thrive – but where is the competitive edge? Mental agility, digital mindsets and customer centric organization cultures that multiply our intelligence and energy is that edge.

As an enterprise transformation coach, supporting leadership excellence by ensuring the health of our technology foundations and our delivery excellence is core. Equally, future success depends on our ability to disrupt and challenge current mind-sets, so the organization can mobilize around the greater vision, take advantage of opportunities and move through the change barriers.

I help organizations shift and adjust into positions that allow us to take advantage of opportunities quickly using strategic vision with pragmatic implementation skills. I am skilled at enabling leaders at all levels navigate between design thinking, lean startup and agile delivery.

I have shaped and lead transformation programs utilizing excellent communication, influencing and persuasion skills at all levels. Today I lead the Enterprise Agile Office at Unum group and enable adoption across Unum and its affiliates which is centered around our digital transformation agenda.

Specialties: Digital Transformation, Agile Coaching, Enterprise Strategy, Organization Design, Leadership, People Management, Process Improvement, Change Management, IT Delivery, Scrum, Agile, SAFe, Business Transformation, Program Management, Governance, Organization Culture, Team Engagement, Agile Metrics & Maturity

Angie Prince

Experienced Agile Coach with a demonstrated history of working in the healthcare and insurance industries. Skilled in coaching and consulting on Agile methodologies, such as Scrum, Kanban, SAFe. Passionate about leader development, professional coaching, facilitation, collaboration and connection across virtual distance. Experienced qualitative researcher, pursuing a post-graduate degree Doctorate in Education (Ed.D.) focused in Organizational Leadership and Development from Grand Canyon University.

Lisa Nemeth Cavanagh

Lisa Cavanagh, Practice Executive at Micro Strategies, is responsible for leading the analytics, security, hybrid IT, managed services and business process & content services practices. In this role, she partners with the individual practice leaders to design and deliver solutions that address critical business needs, allowing customers to achieve their organizational objectives.

Prior to joining Micro Strategies, Lisa worked at Bed Bath and Beyond for over two decades where she served in several technology roles of increasing responsibility, most recently as the Vice President, Customer Experience and Marketing Technology Platforms.

Lisa holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration and Management from The College of New Jersey (TCNJ). She has CQ Certification from Change Catalysts and has completed course work for Real World Risk through Real World Risk Institute.

Denise DiPiano

Visionary HR leader offering integrity, creativity, and quality, leveraging 20 years of corporate experience to assist organizations in reshaping their approach from traditional Human Resource mindset to one that embraces today’s business needs to become and remain agile.