Bea Bohm-Meyer (’88 BA)
Bea Bohm-Meyer is founder of The Bohm-Meyer Group, a team dedicated to helping companies leverage corporate culture. Bea has 20 years experience in corporate culture design and transformation. She is known for developing a highly successful corporate culture assessment process that identifies key opportunities for employee engagement and business performance. Her ability to help companies design a strong management infrastructure and performance culture, by getting people moving in the same direction, provides a tremendous competitive advantage. Her experience studying and working with high reliability industries such as aviation and aerospace has guided her to believe, “when a company focuses on its culture, performance becomes second nature”.
Prior to BMG, Bea spent her time working with large corporate and non-profit organizations building success. As a National Director for Canadian Blood Services, Bea was responsible for leading one of three countrywide transformation projects to redesign the blood system which included: driving cultural change, building customer loyalty, increasing public confidence, strengthening cost effectiveness and delivering excellence in quality performance.
In working with one of the largest healthcare regions in Alberta, Bea extensively collaborated with multidisciplinary medical and administrative leadership teams across health care continuums to help redesign the quality culture and build service delivery in patient safety.
Bea is one of Edmonton’s Fab 5 and a founding member of the Amazing Ladies. Born and raised Alberta, she thinks Edmonton is the best place to live. Her parent escaped during the Hungarian Revolution in 1956 and landed in Edmonton to become successful entrepreneurs. Bea has followed in their footsteps.
She is a speaker’s committee member for the Synergy Network and sits on the Board of Directors as Vice President for the Winnifred Stewart Association, supporting individuals with developmental disabilities. Bea has participated in various events supporting youth success and has a personal dream to work with teenagers, to build young leaders, helping them design Life Strategies to achieve lifelong dreams.
Now, if you ask her 14 year old son, Liam what his mom does for a living, he would tell you, "She makes the world a better place one company at a time." –True story.