As Interim VP of Financial Planning of a publicly traded $1 billion healthcare company, he led the overhaul of the financial planning and analysis (FP&A) function, including creating tools to track financial and operational metrics, designing sales and executive incentive compensation plans, and revamping internal, external and board reporting.
In addition, for a publicly traded conglomerate considering carve-out and spin-off alternatives, he led the finance-related separation planning work stream.
His government experience at A&M includes leading the team that built a state’s $14 billion Medicaid budget and executive reporting dashboards as well as serving as the Interim Deputy Budget Officer in one of the country’s largest school districts.
Prior to joining A&M, he served as Special Advisor to the CFO of the FBI, where he led many strategy and business process re-engineering projects. In this role, he was nominated by the CFO for the Director’s Award for Special Achievement.
Mr. Shaffer served as an adjunct finance lecturer at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, as well as George Washington University’s MBA Program. He graduated magna cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania and earned an MBA from Harvard Business School.