JULIE SAVARINO
Client Service Development Strategist

Julie Savarino is a leading client service and development and strategist, trainer and coach, client and lateral acquisition strategist, key account planner, strategic communicator, facilitator, thinker, inventor and content producer for law firms and other professional service firms. She is known for her work ethic, proactively getting things done, generating and reporting measurable results, her wealth of knowledge, practical approach, collaboration, attention to detail, follow-up, trustworthiness, and integrity. Best-selling author, award-winning producer and innovator, diversity champion, non-traditional rainmaker, and highly rated and results-producing developer. Measurably increases organic revenue, client and market share, and client satisfaction and value and improves client experience. Has been called a "secret weapon" by a major buyer of outside legal services. Helps firms, and supports lawyers and other professionals to generate hundreds new business by using a tenacious and hands-on work ethic to initiate, scope, scale, price, lead, develop, manage, implement, and follow up on strategic initiatives and projects. Examples include: strategic lead generation; creating, implementing and leading industry and client events; key client account programs and teams; client satisfaction, experience, and value initiatives; marketing, business development, and sales programs; requests for proposal, and proactive pitches; and strategically tailored sales, sales pipeline, training, and coaching programs. Clients say "a professional of the highest integrity whose intelligence, initiative, insight, and diligence help generate measurable results". To read what specific clients say, please review LinkedIn recommendations or read "What Clients Say" at www.BusDevInc.com. Successfully served in-house in business and client development positions for Dickinson Wright, Grant Thornton, and Butzel Long. Protected the sanctity of military funerals in the United States pro bono by creating and implementing a communications program to get federal legislation passed and signed into law, after serving pro bono as chief communications officer for plaintiff in the landmark 2011 U.S. Supreme Court case Snyder v. Phelps.