Christine Andrukonis
Founder + Principal

Christine Andrukonis has been helping executives change behavior for over 15 years. She has broad expertise that spans leadership, talent, change management, training, strategy and communications.

Prior to founding Notion Consulting, Christine directed the North American region for a boutique consultancy within Omnicom and was responsible for a 30-person team that spanned the US. She oversaw the development and implementation of people and change strategies for senior clients, and she has deep experience optimizing talent and culture during organizational transformations, mergers and acquisitions. Christine has worked with companies across a variety of industries, including Chase, FedEx, Goldman Sachs, Hess, Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer, Quest Diagnostics, Rag & Bone, The Royal Bank of Scotland, Tesoro, and Weight Watchers.

Before consulting, Christine worked inside HR at American Express and Lockheed Martin.  During her time at American Express she created and implemented consistent global processes and tools for talent, performance management and compensation planning.  At Lockheed Martin she created and launched their inaugural career development program. She also coached executives in Lockheed Martin’s high potential leadership development program and mentoring programs as well as developing and delivering management training.

Christine was highlighted in Profiles in Diversity magazine for her creation of inclusive talent and development programs at Lockheed Martin. Her experience coaching executives and her unique ability to merge big thinking with practical action earned her the title of PR Week’s 40 Under 40 for 2013. It also garnered her the opportunity to teach at the Athena Center for Women’s Leadership at Barnard College.

Christine holds a Masters of Science in Organizational Development from American University and a B.S. in Management from Penn State.  Given her love of learning, Christine now serves as an Adjunct Faculty member at Cornell University. 

Last but not least, Christine is a committed wife, mother of 2 spunky young children and COO of her Brooklyn household. She is an active member of her community and leads the Parish Council at her church.


Diane Vienne
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Diana Vienne brings deep expertise in business transformation, strategic HR, organization development, change management and Human Capital consulting.  As a leader of the HR function for 5 years for both Havas as well as Marina Maher Communications (MMC is an Omnicom Company), Diana’s leadership was key to help drive transformation and change that was required to stay competitive in a rapidly changing business environment.

Diana also brings over 17 years of global business consulting experience working for Fortune 100 clients. She has extensive experience working with executive level clients across industries, including consumer and industrial products, media and entertainment, technology, aerospace and engineering, oil and gas, financial services and non-profit. Diana has worked on global projects that include functional redesign, functional audits, implementation of executive talent management systems and programs, executive alignment, mergers, acquisitions and divestitures and large-scale ERP technology implementations. Diana has consulted for the Human Capital and Strategic Change practices of Deloitte Consulting and PricewaterhouseCoopers.

Diana graduated with her MA from New York University in Business Education and Organizational Effectiveness, and has her BA in Economics and International Studies from Siena College. In addition, Diana has earned a Certificate in Strategic Human Resource Management from the University of Michigan Business School. She is also an active participant in the global and local community, involved in non-profit projects and activities for organizations such as Cross-Cultural Solutions, Common Ground and The NY Foundling.

Key clients include:
BNP Paribas; Boehringer Ingelheim; Cadbury/Schweppes; Exxon/Mobil; FedEx; Ketchum; Hachette Book Group; IBM; Morgan Stanley; Nielsen/VNU; PepsiCo; Scholastic; United Technologies