Jeff has over fifteen years of management consulting experience and is a currently a senior manager in Ernst and Young’s Performance Improvement Advisory practice. He has successes in identifying revenue opportunities, implementing processes which add value while reducing costs and time, and providing financial counsel and analysis on organizational initiatives. He specializes in leading CFO-driven initiatives at his clients: driving strategic expansion into target markets, corporate performance management improvements, operating model development and process-improvement/technology projects.
Jeff has led multiple projects in the non-profit sector. Prior to EY, he worked at Accenture and it’s non-profit unit, Accenture Development Partnerships (ADP). There, he helped micro-entrepreneurs develop business plans for energy-efficient cookstoves in Honduras and East Africa and assisted micro-lenders with performance measurement of lending products for women entrepreneurs in developing regions of South America and India.
Jeff studied Accounting at James Madison University and has passed his CPA exam. He lives in Brooklyn with his wife and three children.