As a managing director and the global lead for Accenture’s Transformation Office capability, Jason Sain helps Fortune 500 leaders unlock potential opportunities and overcome their most daunting challenges, and designs and executes transformation strategies that generate wide-ranging and long-term value.
To execute these transformational programs for his clients, Jason draws on a varied career as both a business leader and consultant. He served as president and CEO at International Transport Logistics, as well as chairman of large events on the Professional Golfers’ Association (PGA) and National Football League (NFL), before becoming a consultant at Capgemini, Kurt Salmon and Accenture.
At Accenture, he collaborates closely with a diverse team of professionals who have the skills and vision to execute transformation strategies that are designed to succeed both today and well into the future.
Jason has also authored several thought leadership stories about driving successful transformations and innovation, particularly in the Retail sector where he focuses on disruptive technologies such as Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) and was featured as a speaker at the National Retail Foundation.
Jason graduated from the University of Florida with a Bachelor of Science degree, before attending the Georgetown University McDonough School of Business, earning an M.B.A. in Strategy & Operations.