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John Lacy

Chief Operating Officer

Snapshot

John has more than 25 years of experience in information technology and business operations. Before joining Imaginuity, John spent a year living and working in the Dominican Republic as the VP of Operations for a New York-based branded apparel company — leading the manufacturing operations with full P&L responsibility for the entire overseas operations. Prior to his work overseas, John held several technology and business operations positions.

EDUCATION

University of Texas

Bachelor of Arts in Management Information Systems

Austin, Texas

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

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Career Highlights

Six Years

Lacy Consulting Group

Principal

Marketed, sold and executed operations management and information systems services to a variety of companies across various industries.
Six Years

Arthur Andersen Business Consulting

Manager, Business Conultant

Before his transition into information technology operations, John was a manager consultant in the Business Consulting Group of Andersen LLP, providing technology and business process reengineering services to both public and privately held companies in various industries including extensive work in retail/distribution, high-tech, and healthcare. John specialized in the custom development software systems for small to middle market companies.
Three Years

Tandy Brand Accessories

EVP & Chief Operating Officer; Board of Directors

Co-developed turnaround strategy to reduce business to the profitable core, reengineered legacy processes throughout the organization to streamline operations and improve level of service at a reduced cost to the organization, and Iimplemented Lean Manufacturing processes at company owned, international manufacturing facility
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Advice

Work like you don't need the money. Love like you've never been hurt. Dance like nobody's watching.

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Life Lesson

Life's journey is not to arrive at the grave safely in a well-preserved body, but rather to skid-in-sideways, totally worn out, shouting "Holy moly, what a ride!"