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Gwynneth Chandler

Wake Forest University
My favorite motto

“We don’t stop laughing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop laughing.” 

The natural talent I’d like to be gifted with

I’d like to be a gifted graphic artist. Pictures tell a thousand words and being an artist would help me tell compelling stories.  

What makes me most comfortable

I am most comfortable when I know people will listen to me without judgement or criticism.

At the top of my bucket list

I’d like to see the Northern Lights.

Favorite part of working at Eagle Hill

The people, without a doubt!

The qualities that make me “unconventional”

I realize how important it is to be 100% genuine as a person and as a consultant. I am not shy about bringing my honest self to work – sharing insights when I can and admitting when I don’t know. Clients are people, too. They respect and want to do business with people who are genuine and sincerely have their best interests in mind.

Eagle Hill blog posts from Gwynneth


Millennials hold the key to changing government workplace culture for the better

By Gwynneth Chandler

Millennial managers, our future government leaders, are poised to change government workplace culture for the better. Learn why they understand how workplace culture impacts performance, customer service, and an agency's ability to meet its mission.