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Jean Browne brings to her work eighteen years of project management experience and ten years of foundation experience in grants and systems management. With an extensive background in music performance that includes conducting a Broadway show and performing as a piano soloist with several major orchestras, Jean has excelled in many professions. Such performance experience has made her comfortable with complex detail while giving her a creative approach to her work. The ability to bring order to chaos (while keeping a sense of humor about it all) has made Jean a sought-after consultant for a wide range of projects.

Born into a family where music and computers coexisted (her mother was a musician; her father worked for IBM for 40 years), Jean retired from her music career in 1984, having attained all of her performance goals before the age of 30. Finding that she had a natural talent for troubleshooting computers and organizing detail, she started a consulting business. Her first clients were the U.S. Trust Company of New York, where she managed and enhanced z database used to track problem reports during the testing phase of their new bankwide system, and JP Morgan, where she managed and enhanced a database used by consultants to track all their telecommunications in buildings all over New York City.
In 1991, Jean accepted a consulting assignment with the Nathan Cummings Foundation, beginning an association that evolved into a seven-year position as the Director of Systems and Grants Administration, and later as Director of Systems Technology. At Nathan Cummings she created and maintained their state-of-the art network, created their first website and Internet connection, and designed and maintained a customized grants database.

Returning to full-time consulting in 1998 Jean's work is centered around a comprehensive approach to data, document and information management she calls information conservation. Jean’s in-depth understanding of technology—combined with her organizational skills—gives her a unique edge in helping companies manage their information resources.
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