Jack P. Healey, CPA/CFF, CFE
Mr. Healey is an expert in operational, financial and organizational governance strategies and tactics. He has focused on those elements of business operations which increase cost, drive inefficiencies and reduce the effectiveness of an organization’s performance. He now instructs business executives how to eliminate these ‘financial mud holes’ in their organizations.
Mr. Healey’s unique background as a trained negotiator, a COO/ CFO and Corporate Secretary of a public company (coupled with a successful career as an audit and forensic partner and fraud fighter in a public accounting firm) brings a unique perspective to address the financial, governance and human elements which impact a business.
He has developed the Business Crisis Predictive Diagnostic Model™ which identifies the hidden crisis-risks imbedded in businesses before they become a crisis. He has used this model to successfully identify process and functional deficiencies. If left unaddressed, these would significantly impact the people, profitability or reputation of an organization.
Mr. Healey has spent his carrier helping board of directors, executive leadership and stakeholders resolve business crises and improve the value of their businesses. He is an avid educator and has most recently guest lectured at Syracuse University, University of Alabama and Kennesaw State University. His presentation topics include Business Crisis-Risk™, Supply Chain Risk, Effective Interrogation Techniques and Occupational and Cyber Fraud.
He is a graduate of Syracuse University Whitman School of Management, BS Accounting- CPA where he graduated Magna Cum Laude. Mr. Healey is a member of the Business Advisory Board for the Lubin School of Accounting, Whitman School of Management, Syracuse University; American Institute of Certified Public Accountants; Association of Certified Fraud examiners; National Association of Corporate Directors. He has held board positions on several not for profit organizations which focused on health and education issues.