Joe Ohlweiler, President/CEO of The Alternative Board Southern New Jersey (TAB SNJ) has over 30 years of Fortune 50 and small business management experience, with 25 years in corporate and organizational leadership roles, including CFO, at NBCUniversal, Comcast, and Verizon. In addition, Joe co-led a small manufacturing/wholesaling business with distribution from Wal-Mart to single-store owners.
Joe has vast experience leading teams, including strategic planning, budgeting, forecasting, financial operations, analytics, modeling, deal negotiations, and governance. Joe has managed at all levels and understands the importance of developing a strong team through coaching and mentoring.
Joe has a Finance degree and MBA from Rider University, where he has been a board member on a leadership organization board for over 15 years. He volunteers in the local community, including with Meals on Wheels. He also serves on the Finance Committee for Tavistock Country Club.
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