Kelly Bring, Inc. is a consulting firm focusing on process improvement designed to assist businesses expand their existing models and solve pain areas with validated solutions by utilizing Six Sigma methodology with a rigorous organizational change conditioning program. We identify the shared need for change, build the organization’s Strategic Process Framework, baseline existing processes, analyze data findings and provide a conditioning action plan and implementation which includes mechanisms to ensure the change process is controlled and measurable.
Lynn K. Bring is a process and productivity professional that has expertise in project management, information technology, facilitation of high performance teams and operations with experience in consumer products marketing. Lynn is certified in Six Sigma and has utilized the methodology and techniques to drive successful programs to completion over a 20+ year career with the General Electric Company.
Lynn is a member of the National Association of Professional Women and Dunwoody Chamber of Commerce. Additionally, she has volunteered her time mentoring students with Jackson High School in south Atlanta. She is an active member in her church community and enjoys the beauty of Georgia’s great outdoors through cycling and hiking.
What makes Lynn unique is her ability to transition best practice enterprise-wide solutions to fit any size operation. Lynn believes in the economic turnaround of America and focuses her time and talent into helping this growing segment of the market to refine, re-tune and refresh their processes enabling growth and sustainability through the future.
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Prior to opening UFC Gym Perimeter, Eric worked in the retail industry, leading individual stores, company divisions, Human Resources, and Sales & Marketing departments for RaceTrac convenience stores. Jenny is a consultant in the talent management industry with Korn Ferry, and has prior experience in investment banking.
Besides their overall passion for fitness, they decided to get into the fitness business for two reasons: 1) to positively impact people’s lives and 2) they felt that the fitness industry is currently more focused on sales than helping people and they would like to help change that model (similar to how CarMax changed the perception of used car sales).
Though he’s a Georgia State University alum, Eric grew up in Alabama and is a huge University of Alabama sports fan. Jenny grew up in New York and is a Cornell University alum. They have lived in Atlanta for over 10 years and currently reside in Midtown with their dog Luci.
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