William Englehaupt, an executive noted for leading successful business process improvement and organizational change management initiatives for KPMG, PWC, Accenture, and other firms has managed sizeable teams chartered with significant operational improvements within state, NGOs, and commercial organizations, including the United Nations, major public transit authorities, Chevron, Boeing, and US government. As a Senior Executive, Director, and Senior Manager – Business Transformation and Change, William’s expertise spans quality improvements of massive scale and multimillion-dollar cost savings achieved through changes to core operational practices.

William worked on the staff of U.N. Department of Peacekeeping, effectively navigated the challenge of improving outdated processes, while coaching staff to reduce costs and boost operational efficiency. His assignments included work in Uganda, Italy and New York. He received commendation from the UN for leading 30 improvement projects and training personnel in certification-level Lean Six Sigma techniques,

Drawing on his background in Lean Six Sigma, quality practices, organizational change, benchmarking, and process improvement, William has also led organization-wide productivity improvements through engagements at the Department of Justice, City of New York, Coast Guard and other agencies.

As a former Director for the Council of Continuous Improvement, William worked with a standards-based organization to maximize services to member organizations, concentrating in Washington, D.C., Chicago, and Dallas.

William earned a Master of Arts from Michigan State University, a Certificate of Advanced Studies degree in Adult and Continuing Education from National Louis University, and a Bachelor of Science in Management from Grand Valley University. He is credentialed as a Six Sigma Master Black Belt, Lean Master, and Quality Assurance Executive for audit engagement quality. He has also completed an executive program at the University of California.