Q2 Impact Welcomes Two Outstanding Leaders

Q2 Impact is thrilled to welcome two new members of our leadership team:

Patrick Bryski, Q2 Impact’s new Vice President of Growth and Strategy, will oversee business development, recruitment, marketing/communications, and new initiatives such as the Center for Global Data Visualization (CDGV).

Previously, Patrick served as a U.S. Consulting Partner (Principal) at Deloitte Consulting and recently served as the  leader of Deloitte Southeast Asia’s (SEA) International Development Organizations (IDO) Account Team and had direct supervision over all international development programs in Indonesia, Vietnam and Myanmar and across the emerging markets of SEA. He has delivered programs across 85 countries across the globe.

Mr. Bryski is a specialist in operations transformation, business process improvement, risk management and governance. Applying these skills to the international marketplace has been the foundation of his business career, during which he has overseen a vast array of international consulting programs in private sector reform, bank strengthening and restructuring, training and capacity building across the public and private sectors. He has worked for clients ranging from leading international commercial and central banks, multi-national corporations and state-owned enterprises to international donors including the World Bank, Asian Development Bank, U.S. Agency for International Development, the Australian Department of Foreign Assistance and Trade, International Finance Corporation, and European Bank for Reconstruction and Development. He has lived in seven countries outside of the United States and managed large reform programs in Asia/Pacific, Central and South Asia, Central and Eastern Europe and the Middle East.

Suzanne Bond, Q2 Impact’s Vice President of Programs, will be providing leadership and technical expertise to the entire portfolio of Q2 Impact programs.

Most recently with MSI and previously with Deloitte Consulting, Suzanne is a global thought leader in change management and organizational development and has successfully coached organizations including Fortune 100 companies, governments, and non-profits through complex organizational change involving tens of thousands of staff. An expert facilitator and trainer, Suzanne integrates leading-edge mindfulness and well-being practices into client solutions and is known for her integrity, client focus, passion, and energy.

She has advised the United States National Security Council, House Foreign Affairs Committee, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, the State Department, non-profits, companies, governments, the United Nations, regional bodies, and grassroots organizations on a wide range of initiatives.

Her work has been featured in Newsweek, Global Social Policy, Devex, and other publications.