CCI Consulting is pleased to announce that Adrianna Gabriel has recently been promoted to Director of Coaching and Development. Gabriel joined CCI in 2019 as Senior Leadership Consultant & Executive Coach. While in that role, she worked closely with clients as a trusted partner to amplify awareness, strengthen skills, and constructively challenge traditional ways of thinking to enhance performance and obtain goals.
In her new role, Gabriel will continue to be a resourceful and versatile member of CCI’s Talent Development Practice, partnering with clients on assessments, coaching, training, and development needs.
“Adrianna’s coaching perspective and client orientation make her just the right person to take our coaching and development programs to the next level,” said Adena Johnston, VP and Practice Leader of Talent Development for CCI Consulting.
“I look forward to working more closely with our coaches and leveraging my process improvement skills to optimize our programs while maintaining superior service with a human touch,” said Gabriel.
Prior to joining CCI, Adrianna spent 14 years in corporate arenas in supply chain and operations management where she interfaced with new product introduction, supply planning, capacity analysis, and inventory control. In her organizational strategy roles, she facilitated leadership teams through change programs aimed at fostering highly engaged and inclusive environments across all levels of the organization.
Adrianna holds a Bachelor of Science in Industrial and Systems Engineering from Rutgers University. She is an APICS Certified Supply Chain Professional and completed her Master of Science in Organizational Dynamics at the University of Pennsylvania with concentrations in Organizational Consulting and Executive Coaching.
About CCI Consulting
CCI Consulting is a trusted talent management and human resource consulting firm that partners with clients to provide integrated talent solutions that build resilience, readiness, and results.
They understand the challenges organizational leaders confront and will continue to face in the future. Since 1988, they have helped translate these challenges into solutions, enabling organizations to build the capacity to compete not only today but also tomorrow.