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Bud Moeller Moeller is a retired management consulting Partner, having spent 25 years leading strategy, organization, and change management engagements for large, global companies seeking growth and high performance. As a Partner at Accenture, he provided expertise in Business Strategy, Organization & Change Strategy, Alliance Formation & Governance, and Business Diagnosis. Mr. Moeller Led client teams in Communications and High Tech industries in the United States, Asia, and Europe. Mr. Moeller was responsible for relationships with senior executives, building business with new clients, and strategic framing of analysis in Strategy and Human Performance domains. He received company's highest award for thought capital two years in a row.
Mr. Moeller also served as the vice president of for Booz, Allen, & Hamilton. While at Booz, Allen & Hamilton, he served on the World Affairs Council, the International Association of Energy Economics, and the Republican Presidential Task Force.
Mr. Moeller generously devotes his time Pro Bono with the following groups: World Economic Forum, San Francisco Mayor's Fiscal Advisory Committee, YMCA of Metropolitan Washington DC, Shaken Baby Summit, and McLean Bible Church. He holds board memberships with Emerging Young Leaders, Georgia Tech External Advisory Board (School of Chemical and Bio-Molecular Engineering), Youth For Christ/USA, Youth For Christ International, and the Community of Praise Executive Council (Singapore). He is listed in the Who's Who in the World, Who's Who in America, Who's Who in Finance and Industry, International Directory of Distinguished Leadership, Most Admired Men and Women of the Year, International Who's Who of Intellectuals, and Inter¬national Leaders in Achievement. Mr. Moeller received his bachelor's degree in Chemical Engineering (Cum Laude) from Georgia Tech and a master's degree from the Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration with a concentration in Strategy and Strategic Planning.