PINNACLE LEADERSHIP

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Roman Guerra has over 20 years of experience leading complex management consulting initiatives across multiple industries and functional areas within the private and public sectors. His passion is helping organizations solve their most complex problems and achieving success within resource constrained environments by applying a mission focused approach towards process design, process improvement, policy development, and sustainment. As an active practitioner, Mr. Guerra brings his expertise and thought leadership to all Pinnacle Government Consulting initiatives. A Virginia native, he currently resides in Leesburg, Virginia with his wife and two children.

Roman Guerra
President

 

MEET SOME OF OUR CONSULTANTS

Hear what some Pinnacle team members have to say about their experiences and the work that they do at Pinnacle!

 
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Winnie Rodriguez

Winnie Rodriguez has two decades of work experience in logistics, communications, and program management in the IT and non-profit sectors. Her expertise lies largely in science, health/medicine, disability, and education. She has a B.S. from Georgetown University and M.A. from Virginia Tech.


What is the culture like at Pinnacle?

My favorite high school teacher would tell me, “Strive for perfection; achieve excellence.” I believe Pinnacle culture exemplifies this saying and encourages its employees to achieve excellence by utilizing their strengths and engaging them in meaningful work with tangible results.


What do you like best about working in a project-based environment?

I chose to work at Pinnacle because the project-based environment requires adaptability and a broad set of skills and knowledge, as you drive a project from concept to final deliverable and implementation. This type of environment allows me to enhance and expand my skill set. I also enjoy the variety of work, which better prepares me for future challenges and endeavors.


What is unique about working for a government client?

At face value, working for a government client may seem straightforward and well-defined. In actuality, it requires more problem solving, analysis, and creativity to leverage available resources and meet the needs of the client.


What do you like to do outside of work?

When I’m not spending time with my family, I prefer to be running on local trails or biking around town. Biology was my undergraduate major so science continues to be a passion for me, whether bird-watching or staying current on environmental and sustainability issues.