A versatile leader with broad legal, accounting and business experience, Sheila Steinberg currently applies her expertise as TayganPoint’s Project and Operations Manager. Since joining TayganPoint in 2013, Sheila has been responsible for project contract review and approval, project budget oversight, resource time and expense management, onboarding projects and staff, acting as liaison between client facing consultants and internal operations, and overseeing office management.
Sheila’s career path began in Internal Audit in the Healthcare Industry. She further honed her accounting and management skills serving as the Accountant for automotive businesses and a nonprofit organization. After earning her JD, Sheila litigated Insurance Defense Cases representing physicians and employers in the Medical Malpractice and Workers’ Compensation arena.
- Developed extensive Statement of Work training materials and templates to support efforts of Project Lead Consultants in drafting of SOWs, Proposals and other client engagement contracts. Provided training to consultants to support client contract development.
- Lead a Project Procedure Revision Team to enhance its client management tool directing the life cycle of consulting engagements. Provided training to consultants in addition to templates, training materials, and guidelines.
- Created Project Administration System to onboard new project engagements and coordinate the efforts of Accounting, Operations and Talent Management to internally support the consulting projects.
Education, Certifications, Thought Leadership & Awards:
- Juris Doctor Degree, The Penn State Dickinson School of Law
- B.A. Accounting, York College of Pennsylvania
In the Community:
Actively involved in the community, Sheila has volunteered at the Odyssey of the Mind Program for ten years, instilling leadership, problem solving, creativity, and public speaking skills on her students. In 2014 and 2015 she proudly led the team to World Finals competing internationally. Sheila also volunteers for a variety of charitable organizations including Tabby’s Place, Fisherman’s Mark Food Pantry, and Kehilat HaNahar.