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Udit Sharma

Managing Director

As a Managing Director based in Washington D.C., Udit Sharma is responsible for client service, specializing in Supply Chain Improvement, EBITDA Enhancement, and Operational Due Diligence.

At Riveron, we do not use recipes. We create the solution that fits our client’s needs and leverages their culture. We grow with every client, and every client benefits from our experience and creativity. Delivering tangible results through creative solutions is my favorite aspect of the firm.
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Background

Udit has over 20 years of industry and consulting experience in partnering with Fortune 500 company leadership to transform their end to end supply chain operations. He has worked with private and public companies to help them identify and capture EBITDA enhancement opportunities. As a Managing Director, he leads global engagements to drive agility and efficiencies in all areas if supply chain including: source, plan, make, and deliver. He also partners with clients to conduct operational due diligence and drive post-merger integration synergies.

He has advised executives across multiple industries including consumer products, industrial products, specialty retail, health care, hospitality, and financial services.

Education and Certifications

  • Master of Business Administration in Operations and Technology, University of Rochester
  • Bachelor of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering, SUNY at Buffalo
  • Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt

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