Emily Klein helps companies achieve success through designing mobile work initiatives that strengthen distributed workplaces and build high performing teams. As an accomplished strategy and organization development expert, Emily has created strategic, performance and change management plans and designed education and training programs that have been highly regarded among executives and managers across the public and private sectors for organizations including: the U.S. Army Medical Command, the Department of Education, the Department of Justice, Department of Veterans Affairs, the Defense Information Systems Agency, AT&T, Thomson Reuters, Tufts Health Plan and the Women’s President’s Association.
As an advocate for mobile-centric work cultures, Emily has authored articles on distributed teams, enterprise collaboration tools, evolving organization cultures, managing change, advancing women leaders, and co-authored Workshift: Future Proof Your Organization for the 21st Century (Palgrave Macmillan, 2013).
Emily has served on multiple Boards and holds a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from the George Washington School of Public Policy and Public Management. She is an active member of The Boston Club, an organization dedicated to advancing women into leadership and board roles, the Massachusetts Technology Leadership Council and the Human Resources Leadership Forum.
Jason Morwick is an experienced eWorker, author, and consultant, who helps organizations achieve higher levels of performance through flexible work programs and business process improvement. Jason is co-author of the books Workshift: Future-Proof Your Organization for the 21st Century (Palgrave Macmillan, 2013), Making Telework Work: Leading People and Leveraging Technology for High-impact Results (Nicholas Brealey Publishing, 2009) and Gridiron Leadership: Winning Strategies and Breakthrough Tactics (Praeger, 2009). He is also a contributing author to Six Sigma Software Quality Improvement (McGraw-Hill, 2011). Jason has published in journals, magazines, and websites such as Quality Progress, Review of Business, Business Journal, Strategic HR Review, American Business Review, iSixSigma Magazine ,and isixsigma.com.
Jason is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point and former Army officer. He earned a Masters of Business Administration from Regis University, Denver, Colorado. Jason has managed teams and organizations at Cisco Systems and General Electric. Jason speaks regularly at conferences, webinars and gatherings to promote telework, business process improvement, change management, and leadership. He is also on the Advisory Board for nonprofit organization, the Telework Coalition.
Karen Kelly has extensive innovative leadership experience in remote work programs specializing in helping businesses establish an efficient, effective, safe, and secure remote workforce.
She provides expertise in the design, development, and implementation of remote work programs with a focus on policy and procedure development and program design and management. She helps companies realize administrative expense savings, improve business efficiencies, support diversity and inclusion goals, boost recruitment and retention, and increase employee satisfaction and engagement.
Karen had a distinctive career with Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Massachusetts where she held leadership positions in sales, finance, and human resources during her 26-year tenure. She possess the unique ability to provide a comprehensive strategic viewpoint across all lines of business, including financial benefits, safety, security, compliance, business requirements, and technical equipment and support.
Recognized for building trusted relationships with business partners within the company, as well as at other Blues plans, competitors and other local employers, Karen is a sought-after source of industry knowledge. She was profiled in the book Workshift and speaks at industry conferences on her experience with remote work programs.
Karen holds a BS in Business Management from Salem State College and an MBA from Northeastern University.