Eliminating inefficiencies that hinder success
Author of Corporate Sustainability: The impact of corporate leadership gender on year over year performance and Leadership and Change in a Crisis Organization: An exploratory analysis of the relationship between leadership style and employee perception, Dr. Jennoa R. Graham, Ph.D., (Dr. GNP) is no stranger to the topic of leadership and what it takes for businesses success. Her twenty-year career of combined multinational corporate accounting and consulting experience reflects core values of transparency, integrity, efficiency, and sustainability resulting in multi-million-dollar savings.
As a consultant Dr. GNP has been an asset to executive leadership teams from startups to $16 billion-dollar multinational corporations. She has been a leading advocate and champion for long-term sustainable solutions regardless of industry. She has proven to be instrumental in driving results and achieving set goals. As a lifetime learner Dr. GNP leverages an evidence-based management technique to access a broad background of skills and education to bring any strategy to life.
Dr. GNP holds a B.S in accounting from St. Mary-of-the-Woods College, an MBA from Indiana Institute of Technology, PhD in organizational leadership from Capella University and an Executive Doctor of Business from Georgia State University. Her extensive studies in business have enabled her to address highly visible issues and resolve them efficiently. For CNO Financial Dr. GNP managed the migration of accounting processes from Chicago, IL to Carmel IN and led the data mapping and automation efforts during the reintegration of India cycle balancing to the US. Her efforts increased productivity by 84% and reduced aging reconciliation discrepancies by 97%. For Caterpillar Dr. GNP led internal audit for domestic and Italian facilities implementing improvements resulting in the realization of over $120M in recovered assets, uncollected revenues, and cost avoidance.
As an international traveler and public speaker, Dr. GNP enjoys interacting with people from all walks of life, learning from their experience, and sharing with others. She has attended several academic conferences where she spoke on her dissertation and group paper topics. In 2016, she was honored to be chosen to serve on a team mission trip to Uganda, Africa. While in Africa the missionary team of Heavens Harvest Ministries teamed up with Remnant Generation to build a home, provide community health awareness, and conduct a three-day worship conference. During that conference Dr. GNP shared family tips on time management and assigning household responsibilities.
It is her love for sharing information that drives her to be active in various communities and organizations. Her contribution focuses on teaching finance, debt management, and life management matters. Dr. GNP conducts classes, workshops, and one-on-one sessions to those in need. Helping others from the highest echelons of life to those just getting started with life is her purpose in life and her ministry.