James R Bryant is a Management Consultant with global experience across Strategy, Program Management, Organizational Change and Transformation, Cybersecurity, Collaboration, Business Development, Risk Management, COBIT 5 Framework Elements, Research, Supply Chain, Transportation, Environmental, Health and Safety, Capital Projects, Diversity and Inclusion, and Innovation platforms, delivering senior-level solutions to multiple industries.
His consultancy spans Commercial, Government, Start-Up Venture, Academic, and Nonprofit sectors.
James delivered professional services and solutions for Booz Allen Hamilton, Accenture, and others to a client group including Royal Dutch Shell, EQT, Highmark Health, BG Group, GM, Aetna, SABIC, HP, IBM, ExxonMobil, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), NASA, the Houston Technology Center (HTC), Texas Southern University, Texas A&M University, NACME, NAF and America’s Promise. While with his DHS client, James helped develop the nation’s case for unique laboratory infrastructure and held a top secret clearance.
In the academic and nonprofit space, James is an advisor, board member and program developer of K-20 STEM programming, research and education efforts. He contributed to a book written by a former US Secretary of Education. As program manager for a strategic STEM initiative, James collaborated with NACME, NAF and HP executives to develop a pre-college, college and industry partnership that was presented at an HP shareholder’s meeting. James also supports empowering work in Haiti.
James obtained training certificates from LinkedIn Learning, Info-Tech Academy and others. Most recently, he completed training including AWS, ServiceNow, Design Thinking, Sustainability Strategies, Agile Practices and SAP Ariba. In addition, he partnered with Carnegie Mellon University to create an MBA Case Study based on his client work.
James obtained an undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology and a MS in Industrial Administration from Carnegie Mellon University.