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Institute for Management Consultants – USA honors Sarah Layton

Dr. Sarah Layton, CMC, CEO and Managing Partner of Corporate Strategy Institute (, was honored with the national Distinguished Service Award at the Institute for Management Consultants, USA, convention recently in Reno, Nevada.

The Institute for Management Consultants – USA, ( is the professional association for management consultants, with its mission to promote excellence and ethics in management consulting through certification, education and professional resources.

Drumm McNaughton, CMC, Ph.D, National Chair, and Judith Light, CMC, FIMC, Chair of the Awards Committee, described Sarah’s years of service to IMC USA, her clients and to the consulting profession. They said that Dr. Layton had worked tirelessly in so many arenas to advance the profession including serving on the national board of directors, chairing a national conference, attending the International Council of Management Consulting Institutes in Dublin, founding the Florida chapter of IMC USA, serving as Vice Chair of the College of Management Consultants, helping to start the Academy of Management Consultants and serving on many national committees and many other capacities.

“And somehow, she still is a popular servant of her clients,” said Judith,”helping them formulate strategies to increase revenue dollars and profit % by identifying new markets that are not dependent on fierce competition, expensive marketing or R&D budgets.”

“We had quite a time trying keep this secret”, said Judith. “We had to do a bit of sneaking around to pull it off.”

Besides serving her profession through IMC USA, Dr. Layton serves as trustee at Florida Southern College, in Lakeland, Fl, serves on the board of directors of Junior Achievement of Central Florida, serves on the board of directors of Junior Achievement of Central Florida Foundation, and serves as independent corporate director for companies.

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Posted by Dr. Sarah Layton in News & Media on February 2, 2009.

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