As a creative digital consultancy, we’re creating a completely new model to bring our clients’ ambitions to life. To build that vision, we’re constantly investing in top creative talent of all disciplines. We’re pleased to showcase some of these new Deloitte Digiteers in a series of Q&As, starting with Kelly Moran, who joined us as a sales and delivery leader in commerce and content platforms.
Kelly Moran

Tell us a little bit about your background and where you were before Deloitte Digital.

Kelly Moran: Prior to joining Deloitte Digital I spent 11 years at Razorfish focused on strategy and implementation for commerce and content platforms. I worked closely with multiple platform partners and established a rapidly growing global team managing the delivery of a portfolio of technology strategy engagements, roadmap initiatives, and platform implementations for global clients.    

What attracted you to Deloitte Digital?

KM: The people. Everyone I met was extremely knowledgeable in their areas. I was impressed by their experience and skills, but also by their passion for continuous improvement and innovation. Additionally, the culture and camaraderie at Deloitte Digital is very supportive and collaborative.

What do you believe sets us apart from the competition?

KM: The depth and breadth of our experience combined with the “do the right thing” mindset and the focus on innovation. It’s a combination that enables us to design the impossible and make it a reality.

You’ve been here a few months now. What’s surprised you the most?

KM: The scale. The sheer number of online training videos, the amount of food at Deloitte University, the number of words we can squeeze into PowerPoint slides, and the camaraderie.

What do you see as the biggest area for growth in your discipline?

KM: Maybe not the biggest but the most interesting is the impact Internet of Things devices will have. Our communications and collaboration platforms will need to support smooth experiences across many different types of devices that are device-specific and contextual. The explosion of mobile devices has only scratched the surface.

What do you think the future looks like for creative agencies?

KM: Busy. Creative agencies will need to constantly reinvent experiences to keep customers continuously engaged. Constant innovation with bigger ideas and shorter timelines, but also the freedom to really think outside the box and try new things.

What inspires you?

KM: Richard Branson said it best: “Game-Changing People Everywhere.” Being surrounded by people always pushing to think differently, smarter, or more creative drives me to keep up with them and do the same.

What's your favorite emoji?

KM: Thumbs up. I tend to go with the flow, at least until it seems the flow is going the wrong way.


KM: Fallon.

What’s on your current playlist?

KM: I plead the fifth on this one. My playlist is a sad and embarrassing mix of my kids’ favorites (pop and kids’ bop), my husband’s favorites (alternative and rock), and workout music (hip hop).