ATLANTA - GeorgiaChron -- North Highland, a leading change and transformation consultancy, is pleased to announce two new executive hires in Atlanta. Brian Sodl has joined as vice president and Patti Siegel has joined as associate vice president.

"I am thrilled to welcome Brian and Patti to North Highland," said North Highland Managing Director Barbara Ray. "Their combined leadership and expertise will be vital to the firm as we continue to provide innovative solutions for clients to address their most pressing needs, while growing in target markets like Atlanta."

Sodl brings over 18 years of consulting experience to the firm, most recently serving as vice president at Navigator Management Partners, LLC, where he opened the firm's Atlanta office. He previously served in management roles at Deloitte Consulting LLP and BearingPoint, Inc., as well as a senior consultant role with KPMG Consulting, Inc. Sodl has extensive experience across a variety of industries on a domestic and global scale, including financial services, healthcare, telecommunications and hospitality. Sodl is a graduate of Penn State University where he holds a Bachelor of science in accounting.

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Siegel is a strategic leader with over 30 years of experience driving innovation and collaboration across travel, hospitality, financial services, consumer packaged goods and quick service restaurant sectors. She most recently served as senior vice president of client leadership at Moxie, where she drove profitability and organic growth of the agency's largest account portfolio. Previously, she served as managing director, marketing strategy & planning at the American Cancer Society, as well as vice president at Venadar, a consulting firm focused on creating external partnerships for Fortune 500 companies with entrepreneurs.. Siegel is a graduate of the University of Florida and holds a Bachelor of Science from the College of Journalism & Communications.

About North Highland

North Highland is a leading change and transformation consulting firm, recognized for its deep expertise and collaborative, action-oriented approach. Invested in our client's success and powered by the belief that everything begins and ends with people, we bring together the brightest minds to create positive change and transform businesses through customer, workforce and operational lenses.

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Headquartered in Atlanta, Ga., and regularly named a best place to work, North Highland is an employee-owned firm with more than 5,000 consultants worldwide and 70+ offices around the globe. The firm is a member of Cordence Worldwide (, a global management consulting alliance. For more information, visit and connect with us on LinkedIn (, Twitter ( and Facebook (

Jaclyn Proctor

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