Alan Arney is a Senior Career Consultant in the Denver office of Lee Hecht Harrison, where he coaches senior corporate executives going through career transition. Alan previously served as Vice President of Global Learning & Development at Western Union where he was responsible for managing the development and delivery of learning programs to Western Union’s 8,500 employees. Prior to Western Union, Alan was a Director in the Denver office of Accenture and worked for the company for 20 years. At Accenture, Alan worked with global and domestic companies to deliver management consulting and business process outsourcing services. Alan worked on four continents, including leading Accenture’s five year program to train 20,000 new registered nurses in Kenya in conjunction with the African Medical & Research Foundation and Nursing Council of Kenya. Alan was also a management consultant at enVision Business Consulting, and early in his career worked in Government Affairs at the Colorado Association of Commerce & Industry and in Operations at Bank Western Federal Savings Bank. Alan is a 1985 graduate of the University of Colorado at Boulder with a degree in Political Science. Alan is currently the liaison for the Leeds Board to the MBA Board (serving members who hold an MBA degree from the Leeds School) and is liaison to the Graduates of the Last Decade (i.e, GOLD Board.) He and his wife have been CU football season ticket holders for the past 30 years. Alan and his wife, Karen, live in Littleton, Colorado and have three children: a daughter Kristin who graduated from CSU and works for Rise Broadband in Centennial, CO, a son Michael who graduated from the Leeds School of Business in May of 2017 and is an Accountant at PwC in Denver, and son Andrew who is an honors student at Coastal Carolina University in Conway, South Carolina. Alan is active in a number of civic and philanthropic activities in the Denver community, including serving as a panelist on the US Military Academies selection panel for one of Colorado’s United States Senators.