Shanna Ullmann is the founding partner of Transformation Partners, offering specialized consulting and employee learning and development programs empowering clients to be more successful in all aspects of their business engagements. She has worked with a wide range of professionals teaching them the art and practice of effective interactions and communications with clients and between colleagues.
Shanna has over 25 years of hands-on human relations, executive education and corporate training experience advising global corporations, universities, the US military and US Federal government organizations on Leadership Development, Strategic Planning, Constituent Engagement, Cross Cultural Communications, Diversity and Harassment, Professional Etiquette and Protocol, Business Communications, and Mediation and Workplace Conflict Resolution. She currently holds a Dun & Bradstreet Open Ratings Past Performance Review of 100% satisfaction from clients. She has extensive experience as an adjunct instructor with the University of Alabama, Auburn University, Rollins College, USAF Air University and Fordham University.
Shanna is a graduate of the Protocol School of Washington in Washington, DC, and is certified as a Master Trainer in Business Communications, Professional Business Etiquette and Protocol, and International Protocol. She is a certified Master Trainer by the American Society of Training and Development. She is a Senior Certified Professional by the Society of Human Resource Management. In addition, Ms. Ullmann holds certification as a Diversity and Cross-Cultural specialist through the Interchange Institute in Cambridge, MA. She is also a certified Workplace Conflict Resolution trainer through Mediation Training Institute International, as well as holding triple certification as a Professional Mediator in Workplace Conflict through Mediation Training Institute International, the Pulse Institute of Canada, and the Justice Center of Atlanta. Ms. Ullmann holds a degree in Commerce and Business Administration/Human Resources Management from the University of Alabama.