Author Spotlight: Fenorris Pearson

Prior to founding Global Consumer Innovation, Fenorris Pearson served as Vice President of Consumer Innovation for Dell, Inc., a Fortune 50 company with revenues of more than $60 billion where he had the responsibility for more than 300 employees in Europe, Asia, and the Americas. While at Dell, Fenorris, who reported into the President of the Consumer Business proposed several new concepts with revenue potential ranging from $300-$500M. Fenorris was also responsible for creating the strategy for Dell’s first organization in the consumer business that was responsible for creating new products or services derived from the understanding of “Human Factors” and not from the engineering lab. Also, while at Dell, he was responsible for creating a culture of innovation for the consumer business to help transform that business from operational excellence business model to one focused on a product leadership culture and mindset.

Prior to joining Dell, Fenorris was Vice President for Global Organizational Development for Motorola, Inc., a global telecommunications leader with revenues of over $40 billion. While at Motorola, he worked with President and Executive Vice-President to lead led the reorganization of a $27 billion business. He also defined and delivered Motorola’s first High Performance Framework with the purpose of building sustainable performance and organizational capability.

His work experience includes positions in sales, marketing, manufacturing and distribution, customer service, human resources, and organizational development. He has a Masters Degree in Organizational Development from Benedictine University.

An avid philanthropist, Fenorris currently serves on three boards: Alonzo Mourning Charities located in Miami, FL, Imagine Schools of Central Texas located in Austin, TX, and SIFE: Students In Free Enterprise.

Fenorris believes that in life, “You become what you believe”. At the end of the day, you and no one else can control what you make of yourself.

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