Founded in 2009, Sirius 6 is a diverse, driven, motivated, capable community following their passions to enhance and better your business.

Lorraine Yu, PhD, PMP, MCP, CSM, CTT+, Founder & President

Lorraine established Sirius 6 Corporation in 2009 following 10+ years at Microsoft where her optimization and entrepreneurial spirit drove successful programs across the company:  First Corporate Six Sigma Organization, Microsoft Solution Offerings Cookbook, Rhythm of the Business 2.0, Microsoft Services Delivery Methodology. Prior to Microsoft, Lorraine worked in the Chemical (BASF) and Automotive Industries (Lear) near Detroit, MI, utilizing her doctorate in chemistry to improve products and enhance product safety. With a passion for learning and Labradors, she is adjunct faculty at the University of Washington (Bothell) Business School and is Editor of Retriever Life, an online magazine that shows how Retrievers fill our lives in so many ways, truly “it’s more than a game of fetch”. Pictured with her is her top dog, Zeus (BISS GCH Am/Can CH Gingerbred Celestial Thunder JH CGC DPP).

Lorraine was honored as a 2015 Visionary Award recipient by the NorthWest Asian Weekly. In 2016, she received the Ted Yamamura Leadership Award from the Executive Development Institute.

We give back

We are proud to donate a percentage of our net profit to non-profit organizations whose programs enhance our communities.

We are stronger when we all work together.

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Executive Development Institute has been the only Pacific Northwest non-profit organization that focuses on leadership training for multiethnic professionals whicn helps individuals become more aware of the unique cultural and values differences between the Asian-Pacific and Hispanic cultures and the mainstream American culture and how to best translate these values into the corporate business environment. We enjoy participating in their programs.

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Warrior Canine Connection is based in Brookeville, MD; it enlists “wounded warriors” with PTSD and traumatic brain injury (TBI) in the training of service dogs for fellow veterans as a therapeutic intervention. WCC currently has dogs in training at several military treatment facilities (e.g., Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, Fort Belvoir, and National Intrepid Center of Excellence). We enjoy support through funding, time, and dogs.

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Summit Assistance Dogs trains highly skilled Service Dogs (working in public or within a home environment only) for people with mobility or hearing disabilities, and Therapy Dogs (working in public or within a home environment only) for medically fragile children or for use in schools and other institutions where a dog can provide therapeutic intervention. We hope our donations of time, funds, and service dogs helps with their mission.


Working Together

We understand as business owners that change and transition are inevitable. What we do is help your business through those challenges by providing a structured approach using our experienced professionals armed with knowledge and skills to get your business on track and moving towards success. If we do our job right, we work ourselves out of a job. Our commitment is to help you fulfill your objectives with rapid and measureable results while creating a sustainable, scalable plan that meets your new business needs and differentiates you from your competition. Let us help you differentiate yourself from any other business. Organizing Chaos is in our DNA!