Rippe Associates Adds 3 to Ownership Team

The group brings industry, operations and business expertise to the consulting firm.

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From left: Steve Carlson, Christine Guyott, Eric Goodrich and Katie Lint. Photo courtesy of Rippe Associates.

Rippe Associates has added three members to its ownership team. The Minneapolis-based consulting firm says in a release that the move “reflects the company’s commitment to excellence and its mission to continue delivering exceptional services to its clients.”

The newest members include the following:

  • Christine Guyott, executive principal, who has more than 35 years of experience in the foodservice industry, 28 of them with Rippe. Guyott is a recognized leader, holding board positions and involvement with multiple professional organizations.
  • Eric Goodrich, principal, who has more than 28 years of experience in the foodservice industry, 10 of which have been spent in design and project management. He has a combination of operations and design experience, which has been a hallmark of Rippe since its founding, the firm says.
  • Katie Lint, director of operations, who is known for her years of developing a strategic approach to businesses and attention to employee involvement and development; the firm says she is a forward-thinker who will contribute fresh ideas and strategies.

Steve Carlson, president and owner of Rippe, says in a statement, “In order to ensure the continued success of Rippe Associates, we need a steady stream of new projects, and we need to be professionally managed. I’m confident that Christine, Eric and Katie will ensure these happen. We have a great team, committed to quality and customer service and I’m confident that this team will continue to be challenged and grow.”

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