- Corporate Finance
- Litigation Support
- Strategic Advisory Services
- Turnaround and Restructuring
O’KEEFE, a leading financial and strategic advisory firm specializing in enterprise consulting, litigation support, strategic advisory, and turnaround and restructuring, announced the promotions of Carolyn Riegler and Judy Wallace from Directors to Managing Directors.
“Carolyn and Judy are vital to the continued growth of our firm and have demonstrated success in our industry,” said Pat O’Keefe, Founder and CEO of O’Keefe.
Carolyn Riegler has 30 years of professional experience in financial and operational capacities to provide clients with financial consulting services, litigation support services, real estate valuation, business turnaround and operational advisory services.
Prior to joining O’Keefe, Ms. Riegler was a Chief Financial Officer of multiple privately held businesses. Her experience was focused in the real estate industry where she spearheaded growth initiatives and turnaround efforts for a multi-state middle market real estate holding company. In addition, she worked with a global CPA firm for 10 years auditing and advising clients in a multitude of industries. Ms. Riegler’s experience includes advising on complex real estate transactions, legal structure analysis, fraud and forensic investigations, and damage claim evaluations.
Judy Wallace brings 30 years of professional experience in financial consulting services, including acting as a Chief Restructuring Officer. She is also well versed in areas including operational cost savings, inventory control, cash flow management and improvement, overall operations and ERP system implementation and upgrade.
Prior to joining O’Keefe, Ms. Wallace served as the Vice President of Finance and Operations for a privately held business, managing all financial and operational activities. In addition, she worked as a senior manager in public accounting/auditing with a large CPA firm, before moving to private industry. She serves as Treasurer and audit committee member, respectively, for two not-for-profit organizations, supporting the local arts, educational, and low-income communities.