Being highly skilled at Cross Functional Team Leadership, Ken Kremsky believes that a team leader, you'll very quickly find that managing this type of team comes with complexities rarely found in a traditional team-management setting. He holds excellent communication skills, clarity and great individual attention.

Regarding his professional career, Ken Kremsky filled in as an associate controller at Interstate Brands Corporation from 1996-1999. In 1999 he began filling in as director of cost accounting at Kraft Nabisco Inc where he worked until 2005. Afterward, Ken Kremsky began filling in as controller at Kraft Food Inc in 2005. From 2012, Ken filled in as a Senior Manager of Finance and Strategic Projects at Mondelez International. Here, he worked until 2017. At present he is working at specialist for a private value firm. He is entrusted with actualizing the new ERP accounting programming and to encourage the A2R (account to report) process for an organization cut out/obtaining.

Dealing successfully with the financial work, Ken dealt with all accounting faculty and kept up all accounting and money related announcing frameworks. He grew direct work guidelines which brought about manning decreases and cost investment funds of $400k every year. He took an interest in Oreo and premium systems group which drove them to spare of $3mm every year, essentially through the 'One Cookie Out' activity and the Premium oil decrease venture.

Currently, Ken Kremsky is working as a consultant for a private equity firm in Pennsylvania. Here, he implements the new ERP accounting software and facilitates A2R process for the acquisition of the company. Regarding his education credentials, He pursued in Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Pennsylvania State University. Thereafter, he completed his Master of Business Administration in Finance from LaSalle University.

About Ken Kremsky

Ken Kremsky is a determined leader who makes each and every employee feel like they're part of a team. He inspires people and motivates them by letting them know the importance of their work. He makes his employees understand how to close or bridge the performance gaps and generate profits.