Title: Owner and Consultant
Company: NML Solutions
Location: Cat Spring, Texas, United States
Michelle Lowrance, the owner at NML Solutions, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in the field of finance.
Ms. Lowrance has earned distinction as an independent financial consultant through NML Solutions since 2015. In this capacity, she avails herself on behalf of clients as an expert in process improvement and reengineering, internal controls, system implementation, due diligence, mergers and acquisitions, team-building and initial public offerings (IPOs). Hailing from more than 35 years of experience in the field of finance, Ms. Lowrance has led a multifaceted career as a project leader and consultant with numerous companies, including Baseline Energy Services, Enbridge, Cimarron Energy Inc., MasTec, Oxane Materials Inc., Tyler Technologies, Noble Energy and Nexeo Solutions, among several confidential clients. Additionally, she distinguished herself as an assistant corporate controller at KBR Inc., where she spearheaded the initial IPO for the company, the chief financial officer of Controlled Recovery Inc., the chief accountant of Hastings Entertainment, the director of operational finance for Dresser Inc., the chief information officer and corporate controller of Stewart & Stevenson, the senior manager of KPMG and a staff accountant at Webb, Webb & Wright CPAs.
Ms. Lowrance initially sought a formal education at the Rawls College of Business at Texas Tech University, from which she earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in accounting in 1990. Eminently qualified in her field, she has also been certified as a government finance manager by the Government Finance Officers Association, a public accountant by the Texas State Board of Public Accountancy and a chartered global management accountant via the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Presently, she is also pursuing certification in human resources through the Society for Human Resource Management.
Among her most cherished accomplishments, Ms. Lowrance is particularly gratified to have served as a mentor to many who have gone on to become effective representatives of the fields of human resources or finance. In accounting for her success, she credits her own tutelage under the former chief financial officer of GE Aviation in Cincinnati, Ohio, who was the best teacher she ever had. Looking toward the future, Ms. Lowrance aspires to continue availing herself on behalf of others as a financial consultant, and to be remembered as someone who made a difference.
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