The Trium team is a dedicated group of seasoned leaders committed to catalyzing change.
As Founder and Chairman of Trium, Andrew is a globally recognized thought leader, pioneering strategy consultant, and sought-after C-Suite coach. He was recognized by Consulting Magazine as a Top 25 Consultant and has spent his career supporting clients in transformational change through a unique practice that integrates strategy, leadership, and culture. Andrew’s mission is to change the world by changing the way business leaders think. With over two decades of global consulting experience, he has led breakthrough engagements at many of the world’s leading organizations – from Fortune 50 companies to venture-backed unicorns. Prior to founding Trium, Andrew was a leader in Towers Perrin’s Strategy and Organization Practice. He also served as a 1st lieutenant in the United States Marine Corps. Andrew holds an MBA from Georgetown University and a BA in philosophy from Reed College. He is also on the Board of InsideCircle.org where he is actively involved with incarcerated and formerly incarcerated people who are leading positive change in their communities. Andrew is a dedicated family man, Ironman triathlete, accomplished big mountain skier, and avid supporter of a variety of causes aimed at raising consciousness on the planet.
For more than 20 years, Annette has helped individuals and organizations optimize performance through a transformative, strengths-based approach. She is an expert in developing effective cross-cultural business teams and implementing large-scale transformation programs across various industries. Annette helps leaders refine and execute with clear purpose so that they may reach significant growth goals. Prior to joining Trium, Annette held leadership positions in two human capital management consulting firms. Her longest tenure was at Gallup Inc. where she provided vision and insight to drive client impact strategy across 20 countries. Annette holds a PhD from the International School of Management in Paris, a BS in Mathematics and an MA in Applied Social Research.
Catherine has worked for more than 20 years assisting global business leaders with organizational and leadership transformations. She specializes in aligning teams behind compelling visions and strategies, developing cutting-edge culture and development programs, and serving as an executive coach to CEO’s and senior business leaders. Before joining as a Partner at Trium, Catherine worked in the field of communications with the Wall Street Journal and helped launch the first private media network in the former Soviet Union. Catherine has a particular interest in purpose-driven businesses and corporate social responsibility and for eight years she served as President of the Natural Step, a sustainability think tank and advisory services organization. Catherine holds a BA in journalism from Brown University, is a graduate of New Ventures West coaching program, and has participated in numerous leadership programs including the Integrative Enneagram, StrengthsFinder, The Leadership Circle, Jungian studies with Dr. Clarissa Estes, the 9 day school with Byron Katie, and Angeles Arrien’s Four Fold Way.
As a former CEO and long-time board member, Darren brings personal leadership experience and years of advising, coaching, and mentoring senior leaders to his work with organizations. Darren’s approach to leadership is premised on the importance of personal mastery and deep self-awareness. Darren shares his thought leadership in his best-selling book, Master Your Code: The Art Wisdom and Science of Leading an Extraordinary Life (2019). He also delivered a recent TedX talk: The Secret to an Extraordinary Life. Prior to joining Trium, Darren was the CEO of two education companies, Heald College and Delta Career Education, and a Partner in two San Francisco-based private equity firms, Gryphon Investors and Genstar Capital. Earlier in his career, Darren worked as an engagement manager at McKinsey & Co. and an attorney at Irell & Manella. He has a BA from UCLA and a JD from the University of Michigan.
Mark is a consultant, leadership development adviser and executive coach who’s walked in his clients’ footsteps. Over the past 25 years, he was CEO of UltraViolet (a joint venture among Hollywood studios, tech leaders and retailers); advised C-level leaders of tech, telecoms and media companies (as a McKinsey consultant and Oliver Wyman partner); and rose through marketing and business development in large corporations and VC-backed start-ups. He helps senior leaders get clear and aligned on strategy and then powerfully translate that into how they transform and run their business. And, he helps them cultivate personal clarity of purpose and self-mastery to be the best leaders they can be. Mark has a BA from Brown University and an MBA from Northwestern’s Kellogg School.
Mina advises leaders on managing change, with an eye towards making it stick in their corporate culture. Her expertise moves freely from strategy to organizational change to leadership communication. Mina’s 20+ years of experience domestically and internationally lends itself to a broad context and perspective. She began her career with McKinsey & Company, headed up Strategy, Marketing, and Product at a London-based start-up, and was SVP of EMI Music in Asia. Most recently, she was part of the leadership team at Embarcadero Partners, a San Francisco-based consulting firm that works at the intersection of strategy, leadership, culture, and design. Mina holds an AB from Princeton University and an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
Monica Chi is a Managing Partner with The Trium Group. Over the past two decades, Monica has partnered with teams in the throes of business transformation to solve complex problems and lead effectively. Known for being insightful about organizational systems, Monica’s craft includes deep listening and working with leaders to catalyze new thinking and behaviors. Post 9/11, Monica joined the Federal Bureau of Investigation as Special Assistant to the Director, responsible for designing and leading a diverse array of org transformation, strategy and leadership development initiatives. She began her career at Accenture focused on merger integration, org design, and experiential learning and development. Monica earned a BA with honors in Human Biology from Stanford University and holds an MBA from Harvard Business School.
Owen works side-by-side with leaders to develop tools and strategies to enable core transformational shifts within some of the most innovative companies in the world. He brings a wealth of experience as a human-centered designer, creative leader, strategist, design thinker, and executive coach with expertise in product, brand, and creative direction. Prior to Trium, Owen spent nearly 25 years at IDEO, connecting brands with people by defining purpose and shaping narratives that inspire people to create change. He brings a multicultural understanding and edge to every project, having launched IDEO in Shanghai, Tokyo, and Singapore. He has also served on a number of medical and consumer company boards. Owen graduated from the Royal College of Art in London in 1997 with a master’s degree in industrial design and is a self-taught interaction designer.