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Kathy Bellwoar

Partner | Philadelphia

Kathy Bellwoar

Head of the Philadelphia Office for Sia Partners and Leader of CIO Advisory Team, Kathy brings extensive leadership experience in consulting firm management and client value delivery.  She has been proud to deliver creative and pragmatic solutions and build outstanding relationships with many high-profile clients in the Pharmaceutical, Manufacturing, Consumer Products and Retail industries and has been recognized for sales and leadership excellence by multiple professional forums. She has masters in the Dynamics of Organization at the University of Pennsylvania and Bachelors in Business Administration at Villanova University. 

Kathy is the founder and President, PPT Consulting LLC. PPT, now acquired by Sia Partners, was a Management and IT Consulting firm providing services in the areas of Program & Project Management, Business and Process Transformation, and Organizational Change Management. As the name implies, the firm believed the key to sustainable success is to incorporate the elements of People, Process and Technology in every project. As President, responsible for all aspects of the business including business development, client relationship management, service delivery, quality assurance, recruiting, staff development, marketing, and instilling excellence. PPT Consulting LLC was consistently named one of the top Woman Owned Businesses by and repeatedly included in the Philly100, INC5000 and Soaring 76 lists of fastest growing businesses.

Kathy has been recognized as one of Consulting Magazine’s Women Leaders in Technology for 2020, one of Philly Biz magazine’s 2017 Women to Watch and is the proud recipient of the 2014 Women of Distinction Award, the 2010 Smart CEO Brava Women’s Achievement Award, and the 2008 Enterprising Women of the Year Award. Kathy also stays active in local community and charitable organizations, serving as Chair of the Gwynedd Mercy Academy Board of Trustees and as a member of the Finance Committee. She is also a former board member of the Forum of Executive Women and is now a member of the Finance, Sponsorship & Membership Committees. She is an active supporter of Collegiate Recovery, and member of the Irish Chamber of Commerce and the Union League.