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Kimberly Wiefling - Independent Consultant

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Wiefling Consulting

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Kimberly Wiefling's Job:
As a Program and Project Management Consultant and Leadership Development Coach,  Kimberly Wiefling is known for bringing energy to each environment in which she contributes.  Kimberly consults with companies on program management,  product development,  and executive leadership.  Kimberly also conducts workshops and gives presentations on communication and leadership.

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She spent 10 years with Hewlett-Packard,  Inc.  She also worked for Outride,  Inc.,  Omix,  Inc.,  ReplayTV,  Inc.,  and Candescent Technologies Corporation.

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Redwood City, CA 94062

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BS - Physics and Chemistry,  Wright State University
MS - Physics,  Case Western Reserve University
Project Management Certificate,  UC Ext. Santa Cruz

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Kimberly Wiefling is the founder of Wiefling Consulting, LLC, a scrappy global consulting enterprise committed to enabling her clients to achieve results predictably and repeatedly.  She has worked with companies of all sizes, including one-person ventures and those in the Fortune 50, and she has helped to launch and grow more than half a dozen startups, a few of which are reaping excellent profits at this very moment.

Kimberly attributes her scrappiness to being raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and to the sheer luck of genetics--her whole family is seriously scrappy.  A physicist by education, she earned a Master's degree in Physics from Case Institute and a Bachelor's in Chemistry and Physics from Wright State University.  Kimberly spent a decade at HP in engineering leadership and product development project management roles.  She then spent four years in the world of Silicon Valley start-ups before leading one to a glorious defeat during the dotcom bust of 2001 as the VP of Program Management.  Vigorously scrappy, she reemerged to launch her own company, consulting worldwide from Tokyo to Armenia, as well as the once-again-vibrant Silicon Valley.