Vicari’s proclivity for analyzing and organizing the world around her blossomed playing in the junk drawer as a toddler. Among mismatched pens and forgotten paperclips, her curiosity cultivated a practice of carefully studying objects, their functions, and their roles in their environment. In time, her ability to realize potential in clutter became a staple in reimagining broken systems and streamlining processes to yield impactful outcomes.
As process manager at PSC, Vicari calls on her knack for system design to help her colleagues get stuff done. In her role, she analyzes, designs, and implements process improvement changes and systems across the firm to create space for others to focus on what they do best. Vicari believes good process works smarter, not harder, and knows the secrets to a successful execution are accessible steps, a good set of tools, and knowing when to improvise. She also unites talented writers, editors, and designers to produce high‐quality content for consultants and clients alike, ensuring the quality, efficacy, and timeliness of the firm’s deliverables.
Vicari brings to PSC years of leadership and award‐winning graphic design experience in the fields of journalism, technology, and marketing and communications. As a young leader, she managed design and editorial staff at Michigan State University’s Red Cedar Log. Since then, she’s collaborated with countless teams to develop functional systems, effective processes, and valuable staff resources.
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A Little More…
Education: BA in journalism from Michigan State University
With PSC since: July 2015
PSC superpower: Illuminating and realizing potential
Favorite part of working at PSC: Collaborating with ultra‐smart people
Why Michigan? Fresh water is never far