Vincette Goerl

 
vincettegoerl@gmail.com  


Industry Experience:
Federal Government – Federal Senior Executive: Financial Management, Financial Systems, Budget, Facilities Management, and Information Technology
Private Industry – Consulting Services Provider
Non-Profit – College Board of Trustees
Non-Profit – Foundation Board of Trustees


Functional Experience:
Chief Financial Officer for the US Customs Service, a Federal Government Agency with $5B in annual operations and $23B in annual revenue collections.
Chief Financial Officer for the US Forest Service, a Federal Government Agency with $5B in annual operations.
Director and Account Manager for a $1.5B information technology service provider to the Federal Government.
Vice President, Financial Management consulting for a $15M information technology service provider to the Federal Government.
Chair, Board of Trustees for a small liberal arts college with $14M in operations and $40M in endowment investments.
Chair, Board of Trustees for a small non-profit $1M foundation.


Key Business Transactional Experience:
Transformed business practices, operations and systems at two large Federal Agencies(US Customs Service and US Forest Service) to resolve long-standing financial management issues resulting in streamlined services and operations at both agencies and unqualified financial statement audit opinions for those operations that continue to be sustained today.
Created and delivered a Federal Financial Management Practice for a small information technology services company that resulted in growth of over $7 million in annual sales in less than four years.
Served as Account Manager for the successful award of $395 million 10 year information technology contract for major Federal Agency.
Led successful transformation of small college leadership and operations as Chair of the Board of Trustees.  Results included new college leadership, increased enrollment, renewed higher education accreditation, sustainable financial operations and new Board structure and operations within five years.
Led successful Executive Search for both an interim and permanent President of a Small College and served on a Search Committee for the CEO of a National Foundation.


What is the most important skill you bring to a corporate board?
The most important skill that I bring to a corporate board is my successful track record as a leader, problem solver, and financial manager in the Federal government, consulting services industry, and non-profit organization boards.