Burren Green


 Kate M. Fitta


Kate is a skilled problem-solver, strategist, and leader with extensive consulting and operating experience.   

Prior to establishing Burren Green, Kate's career spanned various industries and myriad roles that demanded sterling leadership, team work, and execution.  Having spent her early career as an analyst and project manager, Kate is - at her core - a critical thinker, meticulous planner, and unflappable leader, especially during times of disruption and change. 

During her tenures at Barclays, Lehman Brothers, and New York City's Mayor's Office during the Bloomberg administrations, Kate spearheaded an array of strategy, technology, and operations projects that fueled large-scale business transformation.  In so doing, she earned a reputation for achieving results, building high-performing teams, and brokering decisions and consensus in complex, multi-stakeholder environments.

Kate's global track record also includes a 3-year stint working in London, extensive experience across EMEA and APAC, a number of public service commitments in the US and UK, and advisory work for companies based in the US, UK, Japan, Italy, France and Mexico. 

In 2014, Kate was recognized as one of New York’s most influential and visionary business women by the YWCA of the City of New York.  She was also honored by New York City’s Chief Information Officer in 2006 for oversight and delivery of the best citywide technology program.

Kate earned her MBA from Columbia Business School and her BA cum laude from Harvard University.