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Supply Chain Manager

Atlanta, Georgia, United States
August 28, 2017

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Brookhaven, GA 30319


Experienced financial leader with concentration in manufacturing environments. A track record of continuous improvement in both private equity and public company environment with C-suite ex- perience. General Electric trained in Six Sigma and management technics to drive results through leveraged resources and cross functional collaboration. Experience includes:

CSM BAKERY SOLUTIONS (Privative Equity, Rhone Capital) 2014 – Present

(A $3 billion global manufacturer of bakery products) Vice President Finance, Supply Chain & Global Controller Responsible for global financial activities related to the supply chain, FP&A, accounting processes.

• Drove 15% reduction in conversion cost by developing score carding performance at the plant level.

• Led a cross functional effort to reduce excess inventory, which achieved a $50 million (17% reduction).

• Installed SAP at 65% of manufacturing sites, instituted new ways of monitoring business performance.

• Cut supply chain finance support cost by 10% over a two-year period.

• Established procedures for capital investment review leveraging in-house work flow.

• Developed Cash Flow tracking tool to improve Treasury reporting and provide cash forecast.

• Negotiated favorable payable terms with suppliers, increased discounts or extended days to 45 days. HEINZ COMPANY 2005 – 2014

(A $12 billion global manufacturer of food products) Vice President Finance, Consumer Products North America, (2013 – 2014) Responsible for financial activities related to the U.S. Consumer Products business with $2.5 billion in Net Sales and $650 million in operating income. Installed SAP and Zero Based budgeting program which drove a 30% reduction in SG&A.

Director of Finance, Financial Planning & Analysis, World Headquarters (2011 – 2012) Presented financial results to C-suite (bi-weekly). Led Annual Operating Plan activities, and developed An- nual Incentive Plan target for corporation. Also, held oversight responsibilities for global supply chain fi- nance.

Director of Finance, Global Supply Chain, World Headquarters (2010 – 2011) Established Global Supply Chain finance position (total Spend $7 billion) with responsibility for standardiza- tion of operational metrics for all 75 manufacturing plants, all procurement and sourcing activities; and fi- nancial / decision support for the Global Supply Chain Officer. Also supported acquisition activities both domestic and international.

Director of Finance Supply Chain, North America, (2005 – 2010) Led finance function that encompassed 25 manufacturing plants, 50+ warehouses, and sourcing activities which included commodity hedging. Responsible for $2.5 billion in total spend. Financial Planning Cash Management

Manufacturing Operations / Costing International Operations Team Building and Development Six Sigma (Lean)

Turnarounds Language Skills (Spanish Basic)


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BLACK & DECKER 2005 – 2005

(A $6 billion global manufacturer of power tools and home improvement products (HHI) Director of Manufacturing Finance, (HHI Division) Lake Forest, CA Led financial functions encompassing seven manufacturing plant sites and directed a staff of 27; which in- cluded six direct reports.


(A $160 billion diversified world leader in technology and service) Manager of Manufacturing Finance / FP & A – Barcelona, Spain (2002 – 2005) Led financial functions that encompassed 24 sites throughout Europe, India, and South Africa; areas of fo- cused analysis were: Cost Reduction, Inventory Control, Capital Investment, Forecasting and Financial Planning and Analysis (FP&A).

Finance Manager (Mexico Operations) – Monterrey, Mexico (2000 – 2002) Led financial reporting consolidation to Oracle based system and reporting of 12 manufacturing sites in Mexico. Also supported due diligence activities for two possible acquisitions. Finance Manager (Engineering Service) – St. Louis, MO (1998 – 2000) Managed financial reporting of large engineering design and development project for central region with responsibility for $100 million in revenues.

Plant Finance Manager – El Paso, TX / Ciudad Juarez, Mexico (1997 – 1998) Served as the lead financial manager in the Ciudad Juarez, Mexico area, 3 plants, with financial reporting responsibility for $100 million in revenues for electric motor manufacturing operations with 2,000 employ- ees.

Business Unit Finance Manager – El Paso, TX / Ciudad Juarez, Mexico (1994 – 1997) Managed financial reporting responsibilities for capacitor business, annual revenue of $50 million with 500 employees. Consolidated operations from 4 plants to 2, saving $3 million in annual spend. MAGNETEK CORPORATION

(A $1 billion provider of power solutions for industries worldwide) Controller (Indiana General), El Paso, TX / Ciudad Juarez, Mexico Complete financial / accounting reporting responsibilities for $40 million business. ZENITH ELECTRIC CORPORATION

(A $2 billion Television and Micro Computer manufacturer) Held various positions including Financial Analyst, Accounting Supervisor, Project Leader, Production Scheduling & Inventory Supervisor, and Unit Controller. EDUCATION / OTHER

Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI; MBA (Finance) & Teacher’s Assistant Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI; BA (Accounting) Other Training

• Management Development Course [GE executive course]

• Experience Finance Leadership Program a two-year program [GE course]

• Six Sigma Green Belt [GE course]

• Completed CPA exam, State of Michigan


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