After twenty-five years of leading professional services organizations and managing the implementation of programs, Paul has most recently turned his attention to non-profit organizations. He brings a depth of experience in Program, Financial, and Human Resource management. His expertise in planning and implementing measurable process change is a vital component in addressing the challenges facing current non-profit managers.
Paul’s consulting and professional services background includes project and program management leadership roles in software, technology, and business process improvement engagements across many industries. He has been a key member of the consultancy teams at Ernst and Young, Electronic Data Systems, Relativity Technologies, and Hewlett Packard.
Paul earned a Bachelors degree in Business Administration from Bryant University and completed his graduate studies in Management and Finance at Wayne State University. Paul serves on the Robert Franklin Black Scholarship committee and has established the Aunt Mae fund at the North Carolina Community Foundation. He is also active in the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, and serves as President of his homeowners association. He lives in Raleigh with his wife Leslie.