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About Synergy Works Group!

Who We Are

Synergy Works Group is an IT and Digital Strategy consulting firm that serves businesses who are looking to transition their business online.

We know that the past few months have brought challenges and changed the way business is done and we want to help you adapt. At Synergy, we aim to create a custom solution for your business using our diverse backgrounds and experiences.

Our Values

Integrity: We are committed to being honest and transparent and doing what is best for our clients.

Empower the community: We aim to connect with clients, partners, and each other to drive success and growth for all

Passion: We put our all into everything we do to achieve the best result

Boldness: We are confident and willing to take chances to achieve success

Meet The Team!

Kolton Tebbey

Founder & Managing Partner

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Isabella Moss

Consulting Manager

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Luke Krikorian

Engineering Lead

Luke Harris


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James Turner

Website Designer

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James Turner is the Website Developer for Synergy Works Group.

Before joining Synergy, he designed and maintained an interactive webapp to accompany a children's book as part of the Young Enterprise Programme.

When it comes to web programming, he is entirely self-taught, using HTML, CSS and JavaScript. He is currently studying Electronic Engineering at university.


Paul Tebbey


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Dr Paul W. Tebbey is Vice-President, Oncology, US Medical Affairs, Abbvie, based in Chicago, IL, USA. He has 25 years of healthcare experience across the biotechnology and pharmaceutical sectors.

Dr Tebbey received a PhD in Microbiology and Immunology from East Carolina University School of Medicine (Greenville, NC) where his research focused on T lymphocyte cell signalling, immunosuppression and transformation. Subsequent to his postdoctoral studies at Vanderbilt University (Nashville, TN), which focused on the regulation of gene expression, he then graduated with a MBA in Marketing from Rochester Institute of Technology (Rochester, NY).

Dr Tebbey’s research, development and launch experiences include therapeutic monoclonal antibodies (adalimumab, infliximab and ustekinumab) & antibody-drug conjugates, oncolytics (venetoclax) as well as complex vaccines (conjugated pneumococcal vaccine).

Dr Tebbey’s publications include over 40 peer-reviewed articles that span immunology, immune-mediated and infectious diseases, as well as pharmaceutical publication planning and brand success.

J. Shannon Threlkeld


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J. Shannon Threlkeld is a Senior Lecturer for the Department of Marketing at the Kelley School of Business, Indiana University where he has taught more than 20,000 students at both the undergraduate and MBA level.

Shannon has won numerous teaching awards, including Innovative Teaching, and Teaching Excellence – Above and Beyond Professor Award.

Now in his 21st year at Indiana University, Shannon has worked with both students and business executives in the areas of marketing analytics, B-B marketing strategy, data modeling, healthcare marketing strategy, project management, and executive coaching. He has designed and delivered numerous executive education seminars and workshops for both university students and corporate clients.

Shannon teaches in both traditional and virtual classroom settings. He has extensive experience in executive coaching and has worked with recognized corporations both domestically and internationally for over 13 years. Shannon is married to his wife Sarah, and has one Boxer dog named Sophie.

Joshua Zaacks


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Josh majored in finance and law, ethics, & decision making at Indiana University's Kelley School of Business and was a member of the Consulting Workshop.

Josh has experience working with high-growth startups in areas such as market research and business development.

While at IU, Josh became adept at leading and managing large organizations. He led the IU chapter of TAMID Group, a student consulting organization, and was the president of Kelley Student Government, representing nearly 10,000 business majors and minors at Kelley.