is Managing Principal at
Tiger Management Consulting Group.
Juanita established the global business consulting firm Tiger Management Consulting Group in 2006 after retiring in 2005 from a 31 year career with IBM, leading large business transformation initiatives for public and private sector clients.
She was featured among 13 women in the book, Montgomery County Women Making It (2011). She is 2010 recipient of the Washington Business Journal’s Minority Business Leaders Award. She serves on the Board of Directors of Women’s Council on Energy and the Environment and was the first chair of its Advisory Council (2005–2006). She was recently appointed to the board of the Maryland China Business Council (January 2012).
Juanita’s papers have been featured in The Roadmap to 2020 published by Quantum Leaps and sponsored by IBM, Enterprising Women magazine, and The Peking University Business Review published by Peking University, Beijing. She has been featured in Smart CEO and the Gazette News of Business and Politics. She cofounded the Millennium Arts Salon in 2000, a Washington, DC based arts organization with the mission to advance cultural literacy through its art and cultural programming, which includes salon talks, exhibitions, tours and special events.
She serves on several nonprofit art boards, including the University of Maryland University College Art Advisory Board, Brandywine Workshop in Philadelphia, The Asian American Cultural Center in New York City, and (from 2004–2010) Artrain Inc based in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Juanita earned her bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and did graduate work in Operations Research at George Washington University. She has participated in numerous IBM education programs, including its prestigious The President’s Class taught by Harvard Business School. She is an alumnus of the University of Maryland Baltimore County ACTiVATE Program for women entrepreneurs in technology (2006). She holds certifications through IBM’s Professional Consultant Certification Program and the Inside-Out Coaching Organization. She was a professor at IBM’s Executive Consulting Institute in Palisades, New York where she taught consulting methodologies to principals and consultants worldwide.
She has been an avid collector of fine art since 1985.
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