Greg Voeller to serve as ACMP Vice President

Greg Voeller to serve as ACMP Vice President

Gagen MacDonald Senior Consultant Greg Voeller has been elected to serve as vice president of the Association of Change Management Professionals (ACMP®). This new role, marking the beginning of his second three-year term on the Board of Directors, will be focused on building global communities of practice for the association.

As a nonprofit professional association dedicated to advancing the discipline of change management, ACMP serves as an independent and trusted source of professional excellence, advocates for the discipline, and creates a thriving change community. In 2009, ACMP began as a small group of visionary change leaders from around the world and is now a global community of more than 3,000 change practitioners, offering its members the space to learn, share, and cultivate professional change practices so that they and their organizations can achieve intended outcomes and results.

“We’re so proud that Greg has been elected as ACMP’s next vice president,” said Gagen MacDonald Team Lead Meg Wheaton. “The association’s work to further change management best practices is critical, especially in today’s rapidly changing corporate landscape, and we’re thrilled that Greg has been invited to play an integral role in that work. We’re looking forward to applying his knowledge as we help our clients lead their organizations successfully into the future.”

Greg joined Gagen MacDonald in 2017 and provides the firm’s clients counsel on strategic organizational communications, change leadership, and change effectiveness. With more than 25 years of experience in leading global change management and employee communication programs for Fortune 500 companies, he has helped a number of organizations and their stakeholders successfully drive change to achieve and sustain their desired outcomes. Greg also has extensive experience designing, developing, and leading performance-focused communication functions for companies such as Johnson Controls, Harley-Davidson Motor Company, and Rockwell Automation.