Pacific Program Management Adds Director of Consulting

Pacific Program Management (PPM) announced the addition of Ann Tirrell-Burton to its workplace consulting practice. Tirrell-Burton will report directly to the Vice President of Workplace Consulting, Siobhan Harold Fink, to help bolster the continued growth of this high-demand service line.

As Director of Consulting, Tirrell-Burton will support the firm’s strategic consulting practice and drive innovation in various business verticals, particularly life science.

With more than 20 years of experience as an advisor on developing corporate real estate portfolio plans, Tirrell-Burton has executed location and site selection, leases, workplace strategies, and organizational realignment for Fortune 500 companies across North America. She has held leadership roles for Accenture, standardizing facility delivery services across a global pharmaceutical client’s portfolio.

In addition, Tirrell-Burton helped to develop a feasibility study for the Prime Minister in the State of Melbourne, Australia and has led operations and real estate for start-ups and global technology companies, such as Amazon and Google, and large consulting companies such as CRA International and Iron Mountain.

As business leaders continue to reimagine a hybrid workplace model there is growing interest in making visits to the office an experience that enhances relationships and company culture in ways that improve employee productivity.

Tirrell-Burton is the latest in a series of strategic leadership hires over the past two years as a result of the firm’s rapid growth. Since the start of 2020, PPM has increased employment by 30 percent and expanded its presence across the United States and Canada. It expects to continue its expansion through 2022.