Expectant Advisory is a strategic consulting firm supported by a diverse array of leaders with deep expertise.
If you are agitating for change, innovation, just being a disruptive force in the world...
we are the firm for you.
Leveraging more than twenty years of experience, we co-creating strategic planning processes to define mission, vision, values and priorities and the organization design needed to execute.
The future of work and education is upon us and we leverage more than four decades of collective experience managing technology, innovation and curating learning systems to help organizations upskill their teams and achieve noble objectives.
We design and provide stakeholder engagement strategies, landscape analyses and segment augmentation services to organizations seeking to better understand their customers.
Partnering with organizational leaders interested in fostering inclusive work cultures where everyone belongs, we provide equity assessments and audits, foundational training and customized group dialogues.
Cordell brings 20 years of experience to his leadership of Expectant Advisory, a BIPOC-led strategic consultancy. Previous to his current roles, Cordell held leadership roles with the TechTown Foundation, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Business Roundtable, National Alliance for Public Charter Schools and the IBM Corporation.Read More
Donahoe has a long history of leadership in Cybersecurity and serves as the Managing Member of the Donahoe Advisory Group. Before founding his consulting firm, Donahoe was the Chief Information Security Officer at Mylan and Costco Warehouse, as well as a Security Director at T-Mobile. He currently serves as Board Member at Lynx Technology Partners, and Advisory Board member at Cyware Labs, ThreatModeler Software and Sentinel CSG.Read More
Inès is a graduate student, concurrently pursuing a masters of business administration and doctorate of law at Ecole Des Hautes Etudes Commerciales Business School (EDHEC) and is a Future Global Leader (FGL) Fellow.Read More
Jevin Hodge was born in Tempe, Arizona and was raised by Berdetta Hodge, a single mother and his role model. Berdetta, the first black woman elected in Tempe, is the President of the Tempe Union High School Governing Board and instilled in Jevin and his brother a love for service and community. Jevin attended McClintock High School and has a degree in Public Policy from George Washington University in Washington, D.C.Read More