Evolve Partners Announces New Leadership Roles

Executives Take On Expanded Responsibilities

Houston, TX, October 28, 2015– Evolve Partners, a global implementation-focused consulting firm that helps Energy and Process industry clients implement strategic business improvement programs, is pleased to announce expanded roles and responsibilities for Arun Jeyachandran and Darius Ostrowski.

Arun Jeyachandran will take over the role of Vice President, Canada, from John Norcross, who has chosen to leave Evolve for personal reasons. Arun has been an integral part of Evolve’s Canadian business since 2011 and will continue to manage and grow Evolve’s relationships in Canada from our Calgary office. Darius Ostrowski has expanded his role by taking on the account responsibility for one of our largest clients. He will also join the Evolve Leadership Team.

“We look forward to the expanded contributions from both Arun and Darius,” says Rupert Hucker, Founder and CEO of Evolve Partners. "They have both already added so much to our business. We will miss John Norcross very much. John has been an integral part of building Evolve and has been a great leader of many successful client engagements over the past nine years. We wish him well and hope to work again together in the future. He will always be a friend of Evolve."

Evolve Partners
Evolve Partners helps clients to deliver improvement programs that create extraordinary performance and the capability to achieve further results in the future. We work with premier clients as they deliver improvements in results, business processes and management systems while we coach them on getting the learning, change and leadership interventions right. Our approach excites people and opens them up by connecting learning experiences to the challenges that are at the forefront of their minds. As a result, people flourish, changing their beliefs about what’s possible and learning to get better at getting better.

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Corey Wills