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C-Level Management, Digital & Business Transformation

Thomas Marcin

Thomas Marcin is a senior manager at West Monroe, known for his entrepreneurial and innovative approach. His ability to challenge the status quo has led to significant impacts, such as transforming the network for a Fortune 50 global manufacturing company, reducing annual spending by over $50 million while increasing network capacity by 62%.

With experience in creating and managing international start-ups, Thomas brings a global perspective to building cross-functional teams. For a Fortune 100 company, he established their first IT innovation office, leveraging it successfully for various business units’ transformation initiatives.

Thomas, equipped with an engineering background and Six Sigma Blackbelt skills, combines analytical thinking with a focus on data and science to identify improvement opportunities and address operational inefficiencies. His soft skills and training expertise contribute to evolving organizations into high-performance cultures.

Thomas joined West Monroe from Pace Harmon, where he served as a director. His previous roles include vice president with a network engineering and IT organization, along with various IT leadership positions at DuPont. He holds a bachelor’s degree in engineering and computer science from Bucknell University.

What sets Thomas apart is his extensive global experience, having lived and worked on four continents and fluently speaking German, Spanish, and Portuguese. Outside of work, he enjoys outdoor activities with his family, including hiking, fly fishing, mountain biking, and golf. Thomas has made a significant impact as an executive advisor at Columbia University’s Center for Technology Management, mentoring MBA students and young professionals. Additionally, he leads a church youth group on missions to the Dominican Republic, participates in fundraising and team leadership for Habitat for Humanity for over 30 years. Notably, he has a personal connection with international families and has engaged in memorable experiences, including a fly-fishing trip at Lake Titicaca in Bolivia and receiving a golf lesson from Tiger Woods.

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