Stephen C. Bacon
director of strategic development / Senior Facilitator
Stephen C. Bacon is Director of Strategic Development and a Senior Facilitator at Bottom Line Training and Consulting Inc., a firm specializing in executive management development and business acumen training with a consultative focus on cultural integration and change management.
Mr. Bacon is a talented management consultant with expertise in the deployment of strategy and change across a variety of organizations. He has led initiatives at Fortune 500 companies around organizational effectiveness, and joined Bottom Line Training and Consulting Inc. in 2007. His responsibilities include training development and delivery, consulting engagement execution, and strategic firm development. He facilitates business critical training, including The Bottom Line Mini MBA, to executives and managers across the globe.
In addition to his work with Bottom Line Training and Consulting Inc., Mr. Bacon has spent fifteen years as a training and consulting expert in for-profit, not-for-profit, and government organizations in the financial services, consumer products, education services, insurance, and healthcare industries. His past positions include Associate at JPMorgan and Principal at Acquis Consulting Group. He is a Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) and holds a green belt in Six Sigma project management methodology. Professionally, Mr. Bacon is affiliated with the Project Management Institute, the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, and Mensa.
Beyond his professional responsibilities, Mr. Bacon is Vice President of the Board of Trustees at Thomas Jefferson School, a highly-selective, independent boarding school located in St. Louis, where he focuses on strategic planning and financial oversight.
Mr. Bacon holds a Bachelor of Science in Finance and Marketing from Boston College and a Master of Arts in Organizational Psychology from Columbia University. He resides in the San Francisco Bay Area with his wife, twin daughters, and a chocolate Labrador.