In a career spanning public, private and nonprofit sectors, Che has held leadership positions in management consulting, business development, and strategic partnerships for global consulting firms such as CGI and Milliman, and through running his own boutique consulting practice. His clients include Fortune 500 corporations, governments, academic institutions, media, health insurers and tech startups in travel, finance/real estate, healthcare, dining delivery, ecommerce, cloud and wireless across North America, Europe and Asia. He’s led $100M opportunities, helped produce a documentary on the fourth industrial revolution technologies viewed by 10M viewers, received an award by the U.S. HHS for his work on healthcare, and been appointed to a reunification advisory committee by the Office of the President of South Korea. Che is especially excited for businesses that are harnessing technologies such as AI, blockchain, and genomics to transform cities, improve health and achieve other audacious goals to contribute to the wellbeing of society.
Che holds an A.B. in Government and Legal Studies from Bowdoin College, studied at Humboldt University in Berlin, Germany and earned an M.B.A. from the University of Washington’s Foster School of Business. In his free time, he can be found skiing, hiking, cooking, globe trotting, thumbing through the Economist and searching for the best Cortado. Che is also a certified Korean interpreter, volunteer of nonprofit boards and government committees, and a deacon at his church.
What’s your favorite quote?
Be yourself. Laugh at yourself. Dare to fail. Dare to dream. Dare to be different. Chase the lion. Run to the roar. – M. Batterson
The quote has become a manifesto that guides me through life’s challenges and opportunities, which most recently includes running my first full marathon.