Falls Church, VA – July 5, 2019 – Objective Area Solutions is pleased to announce that Sharon Beery has joined the team as a Senior Consultant. Sharon has an expansive background in project management,leadership training, and development programs. Her insight will provide critical knowledge and expertise on various OAS projects.
A multi-faceted project management and learning and performance professional, Sharon has a record of ensuring successful talent development, employee retention, project management practices, and individual development. She designed and implemented project management programs, leadership training, and development programs that improve performance, increase effectiveness, and drive results. By creating innovative organizational processes and solutions, she consistently aligned human capital to exceed business objectives.
A team builder and effective communicator, Mrs. Beery has demonstrated the ability to establish and maintain C-level relationships, reengineer processes and develop multi-functional teams to support strategic initiatives and produce meaningful and measurable growth and success throughout her professional career. She is a visionary, creative and results-driven leader with strong business insights and analytical, communication and interpersonal skills.
Sharon epitomizes the concept of a lifelong learner. Inaddition to experience leading organizations through CMMI classifications and major change management initiatives, she has numerous certifications applicable for her various roles and positions throughout her career. These include process and project certifications (e.g., PMP, ITIL, CSM, and CPM-EVM), human capital certifications (e.g., HCS), learning and development certifications(e.g., CPLP at ATM), and facilitation certification from DDI, including DDI’s Business Impact Leadership certification.
Sharon holds a Bachelor of Science in Management and Communication from UMUC and her Master of Science degree in Project Management from the University of Wisconsin. She is presently a Doctoral Candidate at the George Washington University working on her Doctorate in Education as part of their Executive Leadership Program in Human and Organizational Learning.