Meet Our Team
Diane FasselFounder and Advisor
Larry MurphyFounder and Advisor
Leanne BuehlerManaging Partner & Vice President of Consulting Solutions
With 20+ years of professional experience in Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Dr. Leanne Buehler, Managing Partner and Vice President of Consulting Solutions at Newmeasures, is responsible for helping organizations achieve results through the use of innovative survey tools that align stakeholder experiences with culture and business objectives. Leanne works extensively with Executive Leadership teams to design, implement and act upon feedback to align culture and experiences with organizational strategy and goals.
Lee StroudManaging Partner & Director of Operations
Lee Stroud, M.A. is Managing Partner and Director of Operations. Lee leads the Newmeasures team that supports our customers in all phases of the survey process. Her degree in Industrial and Organizational Psychology gives her the background and skillset to work with our clients to turn survey data into actions that help create success. She facilitates and trains managers from mid-level to frontline on how to effectively communicate survey results to employees.
Kyla HolcombeInsights Consultant & Organizational Psychologist
As an Insights Consultant and Organizational Psychologist at Newmeasures, Dr. Kyla Holcombe focuses on customized survey design and development, client partnerships, project execution, and building understanding around results. Her goal is to use innovative tools and insights to transform organizations, leaders, and employee experiences. Kyla balances best practices from both research and application to deliver practical solutions that have real and measurable impact.
Alicia ThomasClient and Project Support Specialist
Alicia supports clients during their survey project, ensuring all details are coordinated and delivered accordingly. She works closely with the team to logistically spec out, develop, and implement survey projects. Her ability to build strong relationships with clients, manage projects, look for operational opportunities, and attend to logistical needs makes her a critical member of the Newmeasures team. Prior to joining Newmeasures, Alicia was a Project Manager and R & D Administrative Assistant. She received a BS in marketing and management from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. In her free time, Alicia enjoys dancing, camping, shopping, volunteering, and spending time with her family.
Janna JonesClient and Project Support Specialist
Janna Jones applies her extensive background in communications and project management to the role of Engagement Implementation Specialist at Newmeasures. Her desire is to create excellent experiences by supporting and collaborating with clients and team members in survey implementation, process improvement, strategic communications, and data management.
Hal BagleySenior Consultant
As a Senior Consultant on the Newmeasures team and a recent senior executive in both startups and a Fortune 100 company, Hal brings leadership theory into reality with everyday leadership challenges. Among his experience, Hal has led a Fortune 100 company of 15,000 people through cultural and process driven transformation and has thrived through mergers, both personally and as a consultant. Through the combination of coaching, management of the core inner self and business consulting, Hal teaches leaders to be more introspective, intentional, confident in the face of challenges, impactful, visionary and fulfilled.
Baadrea BagleySenior Consultant
As a Senior Consultant, Baadrea’s insights come from working with a diverse population in corporations, sole proprietorships, non-profits, hospitals, and county agencies. This diversity means she has “seen it all” and is rarely surprised by the breadth or depth of challenges in corporate leadership. Clients have particularly noted her expertise in urgently growing crucial technical talent into leadership roles, cultural transformation, mergers, and working with high potential leaders who may be unaware of behaviors not conducive to their own growth or that of the organization.