Our Team

Margaret Verble, Ed.D.

Margaret Verble, Ed.D., is a successful business woman and novelist. Her consulting work has taken her to most states and to several foreign countries. Upon the publication of her debut novel, Maud’s Line, Margaret whittled her consulting practice down to one group of clients, organ procurement organizations, tissue banks, and eye banks, to devote the rest of her time to writing. Maud’s Line is a Finalist for the 2016 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction and is now available in hardback, audio, and paperback. Margaret’s commitment to the field of donation remains strong, and data from both the U.K. and the U.S. demonstrates its effectiveness.

Judy Worth, M.A.

Judy Worth, M.A., Judy Worth accepting the Shingo Prize for Perfecting Patient Journeys, May 8, 2014.  Judy currently focuses her consulting work on Lean implementation in health care and other office and service settings.  Judy has extensive experience facilitating Value Stream Improvement Projects and she provides train-the-trainer services for organizations wishing to develop a team of internal Lean facilitators.  Judy is a member of the workshop faculty for the Lean Enterprise Institute (LEI) in Cambridge, MA, and a partner of the Lean Transformation Group, which provides lean implementation support to a number of manufacturing and non-manufacturing clients.  Her related professional activities have included instructional design, interpersonal communication skills training, and organizational development interventions.http://www.lean.org/ppj

David Verble, M.S.

David Verble, M.S., has been a performance improvement consultant and executive coach since 2000. Prior to that, he worked for North American Toyota for fourteen years, first as an internal change agent and later as the Manager of Human Resource Development. He has also been on the workshop faculty of the Lean Enterprise Institute in Boston for six years and has recently become a faculty member of the Lean Management Institute of India. David has worked with clients in manufacturing, healthcare, service, finance and higher education in North America, Europe, Asia and Australia.  His training and experience have focused on performance improvement, Lean systems and tools, facilitation of strategic thinking and problem solving, coaching, delivery of instructional and organizational development interventions. David is a founding member of the Lean Transformation Group, which provides lean implementation support to a number of manufacturing and non-manufacturing clients.

Jill Scott

Jill Scott has been the office manager for Verble Worth & Verble for 12 years. Jill’s education and previous work experience enable her to perform all the aspects of managing a business as well as working with clients around the globe.  While her background is in finance, her strong organizational skills help maintain an office where the norm is to have all the partners traveling to work.  Before joining VWV Jill worked for Barbara Ricke Interiors and as a Consumer Lending Officer at Central Bank and Trust Company, Lexington, Kentucky.