Ken Wunderlich



Ken is an astute CFO and business leader with unique combination of intelligence, business insight, and imaginative perspective. He has over 30 years of experience as a financial executive for P&G, EQ – The Environmental Quality Company and US Ecology, Inc. His experience includes:


  • Sale to Private Equity and Strategic Buyers
  • Business Process Outsourcing
  • Acquisitions, Mergers, and Divestitures
  • Budgeting, Forecasting, and Analysis
  • Intangible Asset Valuation
  • Treasury, Debt, and Cash Management
  • Strategic Planning
  • Global Business Unit Management
  • Profit Improvement and Cost Reduction
  • Leadership of Complex, Multifunctional Organizations
  • Leadership in Private, Private Equity, and Public Company Environments
  • Diverse Industries – consumer products, environmental, pharmaceuticals, technology

Ken translates mental agility into exceptional returns for investors. He confronts complexity, financial risk and business challenges and develops solutions to lead others to success.

Consulting Expertise

  • Valuation, due diligence, and transition for transactions involving private equity ownership
  • Companies with business that is underdeveloped or struggling
  • Companies with acquisition or divestiture potential
  • Companies seeking an experienced coach for a new CFO


2015-Pres Senior Consultant, Corporate Finance, Strategic Planning, and M&A, The Cincinnati Consulting Consortium
2015-Pres Pres/CEO, Wunderlich Consulting, LLC
2014-2015 Chief Financial Officer, EQ Companies, US Ecology, Inc.
2003-2014 Chief Financial Officer, EQ – The Environmental Quality Company
2002-2003 Pres/CEO, Wunderlich Consulting, LLC
1999-2001 Global Finance Director, Procter & Gamble Global Business Systems
1996-1999 Controller – Procter & Gamble, Pharmaceuticals
1992-1996 Associate Director – Procter & Gamble, Customer Business Development Finance
1986-1992 Various finance positions, Procter & Gamble
1984-1986 Financial Analyst, Hewlett-Packard Company


MBA, University of Chicago, (with honors and recipient of Sullivan Award scholarship)

BA, Economics, College of William and Mary (with honors)