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KyCPE Coach - Nur Ozgener-Mandadi
Nur Ozgener–Mandadi, M.B.A., A.B.C.P., ScrumMasteris an experienced and passionate practitioner of project management, Lean, and Six Sigma methodologies to reduce costs, enhance services and increase productivity for business processes. She is an experienced information technology and disaster recovery consultant who studied mathematics, business and computer science at Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, B.C., Canada and proceeded to graduate school at Oklahoma State University for M.B.A. Her diverse background in consulting, application development, financial systems, reporting,

health care, education, data warehousing, scorecards, data center operations, hospital and nursing center facility construction projects  contribute to her focus on continual improvement in the specialized areas of capturing Quality Assurance, Corporate Compliance, Innovation, Process & Product Excellence, Customer Relationship, Senior Program Management, and Six-Sigma aptitudes. Her experiences have provided her with the qualifications necessary to lead effectively, the ability to direct and maintain the highest standards in leadership, and overall commitment to excellence while minimizing overhead costs. She worked at Fortune 500 companies such as Ajilon/Adecco, Cerner, Mercer/ADP and Kindred Healthcare.


In addition to being an IT professional, Ms. Mandadi was an adjunct instructor for more than 10 years. She taught at Oklahoma State University, University of Phoenix and Sullivan University. Ms. Mandadi served on several boards including the Kentucky Indiana Project Management Institute (KIPMI), Sullivan University Computer Science Advisory Board for Curriculum and Dacum Analysis, KY .Net Developers Association Group, Tech .Ed INETA User Group Leader, and Brandeis Elementary PTA. She continues her passion for education, math, and STEAM by teaching mathematics at RSM, coaching Debate Club and Future Cities Competition groups at Brandeis Elementary.  She also has an interest in working with metro governments to help contribute to economic development of the area.

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