Ms. Ritchey has served in management and executive positions for public and private corporations in manufacturing, banking, agriculture, and not-for-profit sectors and has consulting and advisory services experience in both the US and South America. Ms. Ritchey’s leadership roles have included serving as financial manager, administrative director, assistant controller and chief financial officer. She has held management responsibilities in the fields of financial accounting and analysis, treasury, and human resources including payroll administration. Her business management experience has involved state and federal compliance matters, management systems implementation, and forecasting strategies. She has led multi-disciplinary projects involving complex financial and strategic matters, including mergers and acquisitions, growing and downsizing of businesses, and strategic business practices.
Since joining Accumyn, Ms. Ritchey has provided consulting services, including analysis and forecasting of margins in the chemicals industry, complex financial modeling and financial research in support of expert witness reports and testimony for litigation and arbitration matters. Prior to joining Accumyn, she implemented accounting systems and controls, supervised grantor audits, and provided overall financial management in the Texas non-profit business area. She has developed financial control processes in the engineering and construction business sector, and provided advice on completion of production policies and procedure manual development in the automotive systems industry. Ms. Ritchey’s background also includes service as a board member for an agricultural company, an administrative director of a bank, provision of advisory services related to merger and acquisitions in the residential construction industry, and strategic advice in the legal and management services field.
Ms. Ritchey received her undergraduate degree in Business Administration from the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana of Colombia. She also has earned two advanced business administration degrees, a Master of Science degree in Corporate Finance (MSF) from Colegio de Estudios Superiores (CESA) of Colombia, and a Master of Business Administration degree from Rice University’s Jones School of Management