Gail Raynus

Gail Raynus is a Principal Consultant – Practice Advisor at Advanced Management Services, Inc. (AMS), a Global Management Consulting firm, practicing in the areas of Organizational Development Consulting, Professional Development Training, and Performance Coaching. AMS has been serving Fortune 100/500, Middle-Market, Emerging High-Growth, and Government clients since 1994.

As a Principal Consultant – Practice Advisor, Gail brings over two decades of information technology and service delivery experience in a variety of industries. At AMS she focuses her efforts on Project Management, Technical Leadership, Business Analysis, Agile, and Digital Transformation initiatives.

During her career, Gail successfully managed large-scale cross-functional software implementation projects of multi-division ERP systems, led Enterprise software vendor selections and managed development of numerous customized business solutions for internal and external customers.

In addition, Gail completed a 13-year career at Hewlett-Packard, Medical Systems Division, where she successfully led multiple application development, business analytics, information engineering, business process re-engineering and customer relationship projects.

She is a recipient of a prestigious HP President’s award recognizing “extraordinary commitment to customer satisfaction”. Gail also managed a state-wide initiative at the Commonwealth of Massachusetts’ Information Technology Division and helped develop and implement performance improvement strategies for contract managers across multiple agencies at the State of Vermont.

Gail is a founder and past president of the Boston Chapter of the Association of Business Process Management Professionals (ABPMP) and an active member of several professional organizations such as the Project Management Institute (PMI), Boston Product Management Association and International Institute of Business Analysts.

Since 2012, she has been an adjunct faculty member at Northeastern University’s Graduate School of Engineering teaching courses in Project Management, Business Analysis, and Information Engineering.