Here's a little about me and where I come from.
I'm a life-long Michigander with a simple purpose in life: being a good husband, father, and citizen. I like to say that I've never met long odds (or a dance floor) I didn't like. If you know me for long enough, I think you'll come to find that's true.
I am captivated by collective action problems, the practice of management, and moral philosophy.
Here's my more formal bio:
Neil Tambe is a Strategic Projects Manager for the Detroit Police Department where he works to advance the most critical priorities of Hon. Mayor Mike Duggan and Chief James E. Craig by defining strategy, launching new programs, and managing the process of reaching goals. He began work in this role in June 2015 after graduating with his MBA from the Ross School of Business.
In a past life, Neil was a Detroit-based Consultant at Deloitte where he helped large companies - across a variety of industries and functions - successfully engage employees in embracing transformational change. While a consultant, Neil produced forward-thinking research on the intersection of business strategy and disruptive technology as a Fellow at Deloitte's Center for the Edge. He also co-founded initiatives to foster skills-based volunteerism and design thinking within the social sector as co-lead of the Deloitte Center for Leadership and Community in Detroit.
Neil, a life-long Michigander and proud liberal arts graduate, received his BA from the University of Michigan in Political Science and Organizational Studies (with high honors). He is the only child of Girish and Anjali Tambe and is married to the love of his life, Robyn. They live in Detroit with their son Robert, and Riley, their lovable lab-mix rescue dog.