Clearview Consulting rebrands to Lakuna

20 March 2023 2 min. read
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Clearview Consulting, a New Orleans-based boutique business consultancy, has rebranded to Lakuna Consulting.

The rebrand of the firm – which has three employees on LinkedIn – includes a new logo and website. The refreshed website explains “lakuna” is “an unfilled space or interval, a gap” and that the company is “an agency that fills gaps in operations.”

“Our company is growing, so this felt like the right time to update how we represent ourselves,” said CEO Lauren Kenney, who founded the company three years ago. “Our website encompasses our role in providing what we call owners’ engineer services and showcases the new identity. It conveys the professionalism and polish our team is known for, as well as our strengths of seeing opportunities where there are gaps by diversifying thought, inspiring transformation and implementing technology through teamwork.”

Lakuna specializes in helping energy and utilities clients bridge the gap between business strategy and execution plans. The firm advises on change management, project management, technology transformation, risk and regulatory strategies, and financial planning.Clearview Consulting rebrands to Lakuna“We have seen technology projects struggle when companies underestimate the level of effort required to ensure strategic objectives are captured throughout software development lifecycles,” Kenney said. “Our services bring the right resources to improve the quality of the product and increase user satisfaction, ensuring those struggles don’t happen for our clients.”

Kenney has more than 20 years of experience in professional services and utilities, with expertise in financial and strategic planning, project management and execution, regulatory affairs, and cross functional leadership.

Before founding her consulting firm, Kenney spent 11 years at utilities firm Entergy, where she held vice president roles in grid modernization and strategy, product development and program management, and regulatory services. She joined the firm as a controller in utility operations.

Before Entergy, Kenney spent nearly a decade at PwC, where she was latterly a senior manager developing audit plans and evaluating accounting operations in a risk assessment context.

Kenney has a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of New Orleans.