Our Team

HighBar works with a variety of experienced, specialized professionals and firms and is able to match the skillset of the consulting team to the needs of the client. We are committed to providing personalized, high-quality, high-impact solutions.

"HighBar is experienced, collaborative and really listens to understand our needs."

 
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CAROL Henriques

Carol is founder and managing partner of HighBar Consulting. She has 25 years of experience helping clients address challenging business and organizational issues. Through HighBar, Carol has the opportunity to work not only with for-profit companies, but also to pursue her passion of serving purpose driven organizations. She provides a unique blend of deep subject-matter expertise, objectivity, critical thinking, pragmatism, and flexibility to each of her clients’ unique situations. Read Carol's complete bio.

 
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Joanne CARRETTO

Joanne provides Strategy Development, Organization Effectiveness, Process Improvement and Change Management consulting. She pulls from a diverse background in business analytics, Six Sigma and change management to help guide organization transformation efforts that are data driven and grounded in business outcomes.  Read Joanne's complete bio.

 
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Katie CORNELIS

Katie has fifteen years of experience partnering with clients on their talent, leadership, strategy and organizational needs.  She has managed a wide-range of projects in the areas of leadership development, team development, organization change and transition, strategy clarification, organizational design, talent management and human resources effectiveness.  Read Katie's complete bio.

 
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CALVIN Klein

Calvin is a HighBar Consulting partner and founder of Nature of Business. He is a strategic and systems thinker with 35 years of business experience and 15 years of experience as a resource to business leaders. He dedicates himself to the success and sustainability of people and the places they work. Calvin invented EON (Ecology of Needs), a framework that helps people understand how needs complement rather than complete. Read Calvin's complete bio.