About Us -
The Leadership Team
Daniela "Dina" Ferchmin,
in Córdoba, Argentina, Dina became a US citizen with her family as a
child. She is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West
Point majoring in Systems Engineering and International Relations. She is
a decorated paratrooper who served with the 82d Airborne Division as a Platoon
Leader, Battalion Administrative Officer, and Company Executive Officer earning
the rank of Captain.
On Active Duty, Dina served with distinction for over a year
in Balkans with NATO's initial peace keeping mission (IFOR). Her international
relations experience, organizational skills, and fluency in the multiple
languages of the region made her a vital coordinating officer - especially
during the first ever democratic elections in Bosnia.
Later, at GE Capital's Transport International Pool (TIP),
Dina earned her Six-Sigma Black Belt as a business process improvement leader.
She successfully taught process improvement for GE Capital Mexico and then
facilitated and mentored multiple process improvement projects there. Dina
also facilitated the acquisition and integration of GENSTAR Inc., which
effectively doubled the size of the inter-modal fleet and significantly expanded
GE TIP's scope of operations.
Rated as one of the top sales managers in North America at
TIP, Dina demonstrated that customer focus and attention to the details they
value are the keys to best-in-class customer service and business success.
Beyond her responsibilities with Ferchmin Rowe Consulting,
Dina is also highly active in several important social justice causes and is an
accomplished public speaker and presenter.
Matthew B. Rowe, Managing Consultant
from South Bend, Indiana Matt brings over 20-years of highly diverse and
international operational experience when working with clients to achieve the
results they need.
Matt has earned various certifications and awards as a
Six-Sigma professional having been a Six-Sigma Green Belt, Black Belt, Master
Black Belt, and Business Quality Leader. He is a Senior Member of the American
Society for Quality (ASQ – Indianapolis Chapter) and a Certified Project
Manager. He has been a Senior Director and Executive in a number of different
financial services businesses and has led the implementations of enterprise wide
process improvements at business units in General Electric, Cendant Corporation,
and Ingersoll Rand.
His work and consulting experience includes insurance
operations and marketing; mortgage originations, servicing, and secondary
marketing; travel and leisure operations; and operations in not-for-profit
Matt has presented numerous training workshops and facilitated
successful Lean Six-Sigma, Process Workout, and other highly focused business
improvement events. He is experienced in using the Rummler-Brache Process
Management and Metrics methodologies as well. This exposure to multiple
methods prevents him from being handicapped by any single approach to business
problem solving and innovation.
Matt speaks functional Spanish and spent many years as a
military advisor and security consultant providing guidance on high-risk
counterinsurgency operations, risk management, and human rights to foreign
government, police, and military forces. He consulted for the Atlanta Committee
for the Olympic Games on unique security threats and the appropriate responses
to them, and later held a full-time position as the Assistant Venue Security
Manager for the inaugural Olympic Beach Volleyball competition in 1996.
Matt is a decorated Special Forces soldier having graduated
from the U.S. Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center & School. He later
graduated Magna Cum Laude with a BS in Government from Campbell University and
earned his MBA at the University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College. He is the
author of the novel "White Passage: Red Sun" an account of his
experiences in counterinsurgency and counter-narcotics in Latin America as a