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Adrian Sawczuk

Managing Director

As a managing director based in Atlanta, Adrian Sawczuk is responsible for delivering significant performance improvement initiatives to clients, with a focus on profitability enhancement, supply chain optimization, and merger integration.

Riveron combines seasoned business operators with experienced finance, operations, and technology advisors. We deploy a hands-on approach to drive significant change and improvement for our clients.
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Adrian has more than 30 years of consulting, corporate, and entrepreneurial experience, assisting and managing companies from early stage startup to late stage cash-flow optimization. Adrian brings a deep level of expertise in the areas of business strategy, operations, profit improvement, and merger integration. He has worked across a wide variety of industries, including engineering and construction, consumer products, telecommunications,  manufacturing, energy and utilities, education, and financial services.

At Riveron, Adrian primarily works with clients to identify and deliver significant process improvement initiatives with a focus on profitability enhancement, supply chain optimization, and merger integration.


Education and Certifications

  • Master of Business Administration, Duke University
  • Master of International Relations, Boston University
  • Bachelor of Arts in History, Georgetown University
  • Lean Six Sigma

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