Phyllis Dubinsky is a Consulting Principal focused on Business and Market Strategies for Vantage Technology Consulting Group, a firm with a national presence that provides strategic technology consulting for public and private clients, as well as the designs for a variety of technologies and the infrastructure that supports them. During the course of her 25-year career, she has served as Principal for smaller regional architectural practices, as well as for multi-national architectural firms and has led practices in both Institutional Planning and Higher Education.
Phyllis owes her success with service firms and end-users to her strengths in market research, strategic thinking and personal integrity. Her greatest successes have been in strategic market entry, often matching seemingly disparate components that create positive results. In 1995 she was the recipient of the Leonardo Award, from SMPS, recognizing her as a Renaissance marketer.
She holds a Bachelor of Arts in English and Theoretical Linguistics from SUNY Buffalo (UB) with additional graduate studies in Linguistics.
Over the years, Phyllis has taught SCI-Arc where she was part of the Applied Studies Faculty and has also held adjunct faculty roles at UCLA, Woodbury University and School of Visual Arts. She lectures frequently about all things related to business and market strategies.
Phyllis has served on the Boards of Directors of the Architectural Guild of USC, the Southern Ca. Bio Medical Council, and the Board of the Westside Urban Forum in Los Angeles. A proponent of lifelong learning, Phyllis continues to expand her education. In 2010 she became a full time student for a semester while competing on the Santa Monica College Tennis team which won its division title for the first time in 30 years. She is an avid swimmer and sometime musician.
She he lectures frequently about all things related to business and market strategies.