Deloitte: Strengthens its team serving Wisconsin state, local and higher education clients

MADISON, Wis.– Deloitte today announced that three new leaders will join its growing Wisconsin practice to expand the services its team provides to state, local and higher education clients in the Badger state.

Keyanna Conner, a managing director with Deloitte Consulting LLP, has joined the Wisconsin team to expand Deloitte’s human capital offerings and serve as the lead Wisconsin advisor on diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives.

Conner previously served as Secretary of Administration for the Commonwealth of Virginia, where she was responsible for leading five state agencies tasked with human resources, information technology, general services, elections, and data sharing and analytics. In this role, she championed efforts to promote a diverse, inclusive and equitable workforce in Virginia.

Adam Spain, a principal with Deloitte Consulting LLP, will lead Deloitte’s work with the State of Wisconsin related to the federal CARES Act and other digital transformation programs.

Spain has been with Deloitte for 17 years and specializes in Salesforce solutions for government and higher education clients. He has collaborated with state professionals at the Wisconsin Department of Safety & Professional Services and the Wisconsin Department of Health Services.

Paul Harker, a managing director with Deloitte & Touche LLP, will serve as the Lead Business Partner for Deloitte’s Risk and Financial Advisory portfolio in Wisconsin.

Harker brings more than 17 years of cyber security experience, and has led several cyber security projects at health and human services agencies throughout the United States.

“I am thrilled to welcome these three talented leaders to our Wisconsin team,” said Russ Pederson, principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP and the leader of Deloitte’s State of Wisconsin account. “Their extensive experiences and diverse backgrounds will enable us to bring even more innovation, ideas and insights to our Wisconsin clients.”