Keith Aldrich is the Founder and President of Continuity Consulting and a specialist in organizational analysis, human capital assessment and leadership development. Keith brings over two decades of experience in managing both small and large scale enterprise optimization initiatives in the private, public, and non-profit sectors. He is popular speaker, consultant and advisor to leaders across a variety of industry sectors.
Keith leads client engagements in Strategy Development and Implementation, Organizational Health and Culture, Program and Project Management, Organizational Performance Improvement, and Transformation and Change Management. Keith’s great passion is helping leaders maximize their impact and driving organizational transformation.
Keith is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP), and Human Capital Strategist (HCS). Keith began his career at GE IT Solutions where he held various leadership positions and worked with clients throughout the United States. He lives in Northern California with his wife of more than 25 years and has two grown children.
Chris J. Baltzley is a specialist in Organizational and Leadership Development with Continuity Consulting. Chris partners with clients to improve strategic clarity, organizational culture and performance, as well as team dynamics and effectiveness by collaborating with senior leaders to assess, clarify and prioritize needs, design strategic initiative and roadmaps, implement targeted solutions, and effectively communicate and socialize these types of change initiatives.
He has a M.A. in Intercultural Studies, with additional training in a variety of fields, including Experiential Cultural Learning and Leadership (EXCELL) and successful language and culture acquisition. In addition to his present work with both public and private sector clients, he has worked in a variety of industries, including banking, insurance, and higher education, as well as serving in leadership with NGOs and non-profit organizations in Central Asia and New Zealand.
Chris also serves as president of the board for 916 Ink, a non-profit organization that transforms Sacramento youth into confident writers and published authors who know the power of story.