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Teneece Quigley

Teneece Quigley


As an advisor with Spinnaker Consulting Group, Teneece is a creative change management and performance expert. She is experienced in project leadership, change strategies, and development of adoption, communication, and training strategies based upon business needs. Results: improved processes, user-friendly communications / training, and applicable performance metrics. Her deep expertise in adult learning theories adds an additional human element to understanding how people change and learn. Her Six Sigma Green Belt enables bottom-line improvement results.

Teneece has supported national/global companies including:

  • - The American Red Cross – A 22-month initiative working with the 17 regional blood banks to create standardized processes across the country which were to be supported by a new software implementation.
  • - Wells Fargo – Designed the integrated strategy for the communication, learning and performance for the Social Care project (their social media platform). Created the onboarding process for the various lines of business and training materials for their software application.
  • - CocaCola - Worked with the client to determine specific, measurable strategic objectives for Lean Six Sigma training across the company, later designing and developing the Lean Six Sigma training.

While Vice President/change manager at Bank of America, Teneece led a team of instructional designers and change agents supporting the Private Bank, the Asset Management Group and the Commercial and Retail banks. She and her team created and implemented unique change management, CRM, and Green Belt solutions for business partners including process improvement, communication, training and measurement strategies. Key roles included: Adoption lead for the Personnel 2000 Project, HR Adoption lead for the merger of NationsBank and BankAmerica to become Bank of America, and the Adoption lead for the Consumer Bank’s Retail Banking Store Imitative (RSBi Project).

Teneece received her M.S. degree in Human Relations with emphasis in Personnel Law and Organizational Dynamics from the University of Oklahoma. She earned her B.S. degree in Adult/Vocational Education from the University of North Carolina and a second B.S. degree in Consumer Resources and Management from Oklahoma State University.

A country girl at heart, she recently sold her farm and moved to a smaller “piece of paradise” where she is working on environmental conservation and restoration efforts.  She has been a board member of the League of Women Voters, two ASCPA affiliates and a local Parks and Recreation Commission in North Carolina. She enjoys reading, gardening, cooking, walks in the woods and back porch sitting.