Norm Tonina is a consultant to Grameen Foundation and provides leadership development and consulting services to individuals on the Business Management team. Norm worked at Microsoft where he retired in 2008 after serving for 15 years as the General Manager of the People and Organization Capability, leading and directing major change management initiatives focused on company culture, talent management and leadership development. Previously, he served as Chief Financial Officer of Microsoft’s Platforms and Applications business and also worked as a Senior Software Business Manager for Digital Equipment Corporation. Norm holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Northeastern University, a certificate in Executive Human Resources Leadership from the University of Michigan, and a Masters in Organizational Psychology from Antioch University. He is an adjunct professor for the graduate-level HR program at Antioch University in Seattle, and has lectured in the University of Washington’s Technology Management MBA Program. He also is co-creator and faculty member of University of Washington’s Strategic Human Resources Leadership certificate program.