NorwalkAberdeen solves problems for business analysis organizations and the people that run them.
We believe that people solve organizational problems, that the best solutions come from expert professionals, and that expertise can only be earned from daily work in the trenches. Let us help you get work done.
Welcome to NorwalkAberdeen.
1200 18th Street NW, Suite 700
Washington, DC 20036
Don Hussey serves as Managing Director of Advisory Services, for NorwalkAberdeen.
Before founding the firm, Mr. Hussey had dual roles as head of the Business Analysis Center of Excellence and as Senior Vice President of Global Internet Strategy for Citi Private Bank. In this role, he drove online strategy for the private bank, oversaw all business analysis and project management for the bank’s online channel, and overhauled the way these functions were run.
Earlier in his career, Mr. Hussey was a Project Manager/Business Analyst with Morgan Stanley. There, he managed the delivery of numerous critical projects and participated on teams that re-engineered the project oversight process and introduced user-focused development disciplines.
Mr. Hussey has also held various roles in sales and sales management, client service, operations, and technology and has served the International Institute of Business Analysis in various capacities. He currently resides in Washington, DC.
Roman Royzman serves as Principal Content Strategy Consultant for NorwalkAberdeen, handling content strategy, development, and management. In addition, he is involved with setting the strategic direction and growing product/service channels and brand of the firm.
Mr. Royzman was a product manager for CT Corporation where he was responsible for public records and corporate governance products and Interactive Data Corporation (IDC) where he was primarily focused on Market-Q customization and XML feeds for institutional clients, as well as product management of mobile apps. Before IDC, he worked as a business analyst in the Advanced Technology Group of J.C. Bradford (later acquired by UBS), Morgan Stanley, and Citigroup.
Earlier in his career, he worked in Strategic Analysis and Planning at Citigroup as well. He started out in physics and gradually moved over to solving client problems. His enjoyment of strategy can be found in his love of chess as well. He lives in New York.