An experienced professional with Deloitte Consulting, Ron Dostal currently serves as a Risk Management Principal with the Quality & Risk Management (QRM) team in Los Angeles. Active in his current position since May 2011, Dostal holds a leadership role with QRM's program for contract management. He has extensive experience serving such clients as administrative directors, judges, and other judiciary professionals in Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Texas, and California. His prominent clients have included the Houston Municipal Courts, the State of Michigan, and the City of Boston. In projects with these clients, Ron regularly addressed issues related to policy implementation and technology. For example, he dealt with policies regarding Web access for attorneys and litigants in the context of litigation. In the private sector, Dostal has consulted with a number of financial services companies and manufacturing companies. Prior to achieving his position with the Quality & Risk Management team, he held leadership positions with Deloitte Consulting, including Senior Consultant and Senior Manager. His career history also includes serving as Project Finance Analyst for Wheelabrator Technologies. Dostal studied English and mathematics at Wabash College, earning his Bachelor of Arts in 1992. While completing his degree, he served as Beta Psi Chapter President for Delta Tau Delta as well as President of the College's Inter-fraternity Council. Continuing his education at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College, he earned his Master of Business Administration in 1997. Ron Dostal's personal interests include outdoor activities such as cycling, golf, and hiking. A dedicated fan of the Indianapolis Colts, he regularly attends games as a season ticket holder. He is also a strong supporter of charitable causes such as the American Heart Association, the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, the Trevor Project, No Limits Diabetes, United Way, and March of Dimes. Ron is also an Associate Producer of the short film "Ticking" by Chris New, based on a story by Matthew Allard.
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