LONDON AND NEW YORK – 25 January 2023 – Cynozure, a people-first, leading data and analytics strategy consultancy, today announced new associates to support its clients in the U.S. and to continue to deliver best-in-class data strategies to help clients achieve business value globally.
Guy Lehman, Cynozure Senior Data Strategy Advisor based in the New York area, supports clients on data strategy and enablement. A leader in the field of data strategy, transformation and value creation, Guy has deep expertise in developing business focused enterprise data solutions, including analytics, governance, third party data acquisition, and data product development. Guy’s background spans several distinct verticals including retail, industrial manufacturing/IoT, healthcare, and financial and risk management services. He has held senior leadership roles developing and executing data strategies in both startups and Fortune 500 companies, including Walmart, Honeywell, Sapphire Digital, and Dun & Bradstreet.
Stan Michaud, Business Development Specialist, joins the team based in Boston, Massachusetts. Stan has worked in various marketing and business development roles and will be focused on bringing rapid value to clients through Cynozure’s proven data strategy partnership approach.
They join Managing Director, Jennifer Agnes, who is leading the expansion of Cynozure (one of Britain’s Sunday Times’ top 50 fastest-growing private companies) to the U.S. market, where she is already driving significant achievements. Jennifer previously held roles as Chief Data Officer at both Schneider Electric and Credit Suisse, and Risk Officer at GE Capital among other roles in data, operations, risk management. She was recently named as one of DataIQ’s Top 100 Most Influential People in Data and CDO Magazine’s Top Data Consultants in 2022.
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