Jeanne DiFrancesco is the Chief Executive Officer of ProOrbis, LLC, a consulting firm specializing in the development and application of advanced management concepts. She currently acts as an executive advisor to a wide range of enterprises in power generation and alternative energy, autonomous operations, electronic materials, aerospace, and commercialization of Lower Earth Orbis (LEO), banking and financial services, global business services, life-sciences, and national defense. Ms. DiFrancesco is one of the world’s leading experts in the economic valuation of intangibles including assets such as human capital, brands, technology, intellectual property as well as mission valuation for both government and non-profit sectors. With over 30 years of executive and strategic level experience, Ms. DiFrancesco has architected projects from technology start-ups to some of the world’s largest and most complex organizations. She is the author of the Reference Model for the International Space Station National Laboratory.
She authored the ProOrbis® Method, a breakthrough integrated framework of strategic and economic techniques that is used as a fully integrated paradigm for maximizing ROI in organizations and an interoperable data standard for multi-party business platforms. For more information visit www.ProOrbis.com.
Jeanne is the founder of the American Millennium Society and serves as the Executive Director and Board Member. She is a highly sought-after speaker and has served as a subject matter expert for various groups, including Harvard University, the National Space Society (NSS), The Bankers Association for Finance and Trade (BAFT, part of the ABA), The Conference Board, the Institute of Human Resource Information Management (IHRIM), the Wall Street Summit, the Brookings Institution, Drexel University, and as a long-time guest lecturer at the Wharton School.
Prior to starting ProOrbis in 1998, Ms. DiFrancesco served as a Principal Consultant at Price Waterhouse and as an executive at DuPont. She holds an interdisciplinary undergraduate degree from the College of William and Mary and an MBA from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business.