Dargeelyn F. Loftin is President
and Chief Change Officer of Loftin Management
Consulting, Inc. She is a strategic change management consultant with
progressive financial, program development, business
development, marketing, and consulting experience. Ms. Loftin has a
solid reputation as a strategic visionary, problem-solver, and
client-advocate. Dargeelyn has motivated and maximized the contributions
of a diverse group of organizational stakeholders to create programs
that translate emerging business practices into beneficial business solutions.
Her strength is in
developing strategies and performance measures that satisfy the needs of the organization’s primary
stakeholders and meet the business’ goals and objectives.
Ms. Loftin has been an advisor to federal government,
non-profits, start-up, and Fortune 500 companies on organizational
development and change management activities such as: organizational
needs assessment, strategic planning, meeting facilitation, team-building,
program evaluation, succession planning, and goal-setting support. She has implemented balanced scorecard metrics
and has facilitated the design and implementation of reengineering and
reorganization efforts for her clients. She has advised and trained clients on
marketing, business development, and leadership. Organizations she
has worked with include America Online, National Black MBA Association,
Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development, Nuclear Regulatory
Commission, and the U.S. Departments of Agriculture, Defense, Justice,
Health and Human Services, Transportation, and Treasury.
Prior to her consulting work, Ms. Loftin had profit and loss
responsibility for a $125 million General Electric Information Services, Inc. unit that delivered customized electronic messaging, knowledge ware,
and news services to Fortune 500 clients. She was responsible for a
cross-functional team of product managers, marketing communication
specialists, designers, developers, technical writers, quality assurance
testers, and external consultants. Ms. Loftin has held several marketing,
product development, and business development management positions at GE,
British Telecom, Dialcom, Inc., Source Telecomputing Corporation, and the
Monetary Services Corporation.
As a former president and board of director
of the National Black MBA Association (NBMBAA) Washington DC Chapter, Ms. Loftin
received Chapter of the Year Awards for membership growth, fund
development, strategic management, organizational
leadership, and change management. Additionally she received the Chairman's
Award from the NBMBAA for her partnership and fund
development activities. Ms. Loftin is a Past President of the Robert H. Smith School of Business Alumni Chapter,
University of Maryland College Park and
received the Spirit Award and from the
Smith School for Entrepreneurial
Excellence. She is also a former
board member and Past President of the Southern Maryland District
Board #134, Inc. Dargeelyn currently serves as a member of the
Robert H. Smith School of Business Dean's Advisory Board and the Board of
Governor's for the University of Maryland.
Dargeelyn received both a BS degree in Marketing and Finance,
as well as an MBA from
Robert H. Smith School of Business at the
University of Maryland, College Park. In addition, she received
several management certificates at General Electric’s Crotonville Management Center, in Croton-On-Hudson, New York.
September 2006, the
Maryland Governor’s Office of Minority Affairs and The Daily Record
announced that Ms. Loftin
was named one of Maryland’s
Top 100 Minority Business Enterprises for 2006.
Dargeelyn was also recognized with one Award of
Achievement and two Awards of Excellence while at General Electric.
LMC, Inc. establishes collaborative alliances
with independent consultants and consulting firms that share our principals
of achieving high levels of responsiveness, proficiency, results and overall
client satisfaction. LMC partners include: