Will

Associate, University of Pennsylvania

p_paulWilliam joined Pace Harmon’s Tysons Corner office after graduating from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania with a B.S. in Economics and concentrations in Finance and Marketing. At Penn, he served on the executive board of a student-run credit union and helped found a club for musicians and creatives. Since joining Pace Harmon, William has supported sourcing transactions for clients in the financial services, engineering and publishing sectors. In his free time, William’s wanderlust induces him to travel as often as possible.

Why I Joined Pace Harmon

"I joined Pace Harmon after spending a summer interning at a tech think tank for CIOs. That experience piqued my interest in IT strategy, transformation and sourcing, but I wanted to be able to put theory into practice. Pace Harmon was a perfect fit: the firm has focused capabilities in strategic sourcing (meaning I could learn from the best) and provided the opportunity to help large, multinational clients solve their most challenging problems.”

What I Like About Pace Harmon

“At Pace Harmon I like being able to learn from the firm’s leadership by delivering services alongside them. Informal, on-the-job training is part of the fabric of our firm culture. As a result, I’ve been able to hone my skills by learning from fellow Analysts up through Executive Managing Directors. I also enjoy having an active role in making the firm successful outside of client delivery. I’ve been trusted to support recruiting and training efforts, which lends a sense of agency in the firm’s success that could only come from a small, cohesive team."

The Kind of Work I Do

"I specialize in leveraging quantitative analysis to evaluate strategic sourcing and supplier options and recommend tailored, large-scale solutions. I help clients optimize their technology spend by measuring, benchmarking, developing strategies, and negotiating outcomes with critical third-party vendors. As a specialist within Pace Harmon’s enterprise software service line, I apply this methodology to software spend analysis and optimization. In support of clients undergoing organizational transformation, I apply a reasoned and structured approach to designing lean processes, measuring their efficacy, and implementing them within organizations."