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Finance Manager
Business development and retail fields

DonovanFinance Manager known to create prime financial performers

Relevant Skills

Finding creative ways to drive out costs, Managing professionals in accounting, marketing, and operations, Leveraging new business opportunities

Expertise Summary
  • Donovan is currently a Senior Finance Manager for one of the largest baking companies on the planet and is responsible for the financial performance of 7 bakeries scattered throughout the U.S.
    • His plants are among the top financial performers, and he is responsible for 30K+ employees.
  • Donovan led a successful operational and financial turnaround for a strategically located bakery where he eliminated over $3 million worth of supply chain costs, leading to a promotion–his current senior manager role.
  • Donovan has dual degrees in Accounting and Computer Science; he utilizes these skills in every professional role to find creative ways to drive out costs and leverage new business opportunities, resulting in millions of dollars saved per year in the supply chain.
  • Donovan has managed professionals in the fields of accounting, marketing, engineering, and operations and has experience as a General  Manager in the lumber, food processing, and retail fields.
    • He leads by example and practices servant leadership.
    • Donovan is willing to roll up his sleeves and perform any duty needed to help the team.
    • He is known as the “finance guy” that will jump on the line to aid the team and reach their goals.
  • Early in his career, Donovan was a Co-founder of a technology start-up where he was the CFO and VP of Business Development.
    • He enjoys wearing multiple hats and learning about new technologies.

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