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JLL Promotes Two to Managing Director, Work Dynamics 

JLL promoted Katie Rodrigues and Dan Rooney to managing director, consulting for Work Dynamics. Rodrigues is based in San Francisco, while Rooney is based in Chicago. 

As a national leader in the JLL consulting practice, Rodrigues is an expert in workplace transformation, change management, human experience and program implementation. She has helped grow the practice and served in a variety of leadership roles on engagements for global clients. 

For more than 15 years, Rooney has been advising Fortune 500 companies on global portfolio and headquarters strategy; M&A integration; workplace, location, and technology strategy; and leading large teams to deliver best-in-class client solutions.  

“We couldn’t be happier to announce the promotions of both Katie and Dan to managing director roles in consulting,” said Mark Holmstrom, global head of consulting for Work Dynamics. “They have helped numerous clients in their future of work and workplace journeys from strategy through implementation and beyond.” 


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