Sr. Principal, Management Advisory Services
Shaye Brotherton provides solution architect expertise across diverse LMI service lines, focusing on integration of disparate capabilities and innovation areas. She also leads LMI’s Future of Work innovation offerings, including: LMI’s Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility (DEIA) maturity model, new-normal framework for the hybrid workforce, and data-driven solutions to better understand employee value propositions and map training and career opportunities to employees’ interests
A prior Air Force Communications Officer with a focus on transformational outcome-oriented change, Shaye’s previous roles include Director of LMI’s Strategy and Organizational Management group and Director of Management Services for another federal contractor. In the former role, Shaye was responsible for support to federal defense, national security, and health services organizations through design and development of innovative offerings related to strategic planning, organizational transformation, process improvement, workforce planning, talent development and engagement, strategic communications and change management. She previously led programmatic and advisory support to the Army’s Civilian Workforce Transformation team, focused on talent management, employee engagement, people analytics, and career programs as well as programmatic, outreach, IT, and financial management support for OSD’s SMART Scholarship for Service program.
Shaye has a Bachelor’s of Science in Biology and Computer Science from Duke University, an MBA with a strategy concentration from London Business School, and is currently working on a doctorate in Human and Organizational Learning from George Washington University’s Graduate School of Education and Human Development ( GSEHD). She is a PMI-certified project management professional and Scrum Alliance-certified scrum master, and holds additional certificates in Prosci Change Management, HCI Strategic Workforce Planning, Luma Human Centered Design Facilitation, and Harvard’s Continuing Education certificate in Strategy & Innovation.