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President & CEO
A magna cum laude graduate of Harvard College and Harvard Business School, George Cloutier founded American Management Services in 1986. The firm specializes in financial turnaround management and profit improvement for small and mid-sized privately owned companies throughout the nation. Cloutier, using just $42,000 in seed capital, built his company into an organization of over 120 employees, and tens of millions in annual revenue.
Cloutier and American Management Services have worked with approximately 9,000 clients across 400 industries and have implemented over $1 BILLION in profits and savings, and have brought many businesses back from the brink of bankruptcy to top tier profitability.
Louis M. Mosca
Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer
Lou Mosca began his career at American Management Services in 1998 as a senior consultant. During his 18+ years with the company he has worked “hands on” with numerous clients to achieve greater profit and control of their businesses. In his current position Lou is responsible for all operations of the company, reporting directly to the founder, George Cloutier.
Prior to joining American Management Services, Lou maintained his CPA certification and is now a member of the Turn-around Management Association (TMA). Lou has worked for multinational firms such as WR Grace, Sony of America and was the President of a New York City-based unionized compressed gas distributorship with 60 employees and $9 million in revenue. Additionally, Lou was co-owner of a $9 million hair care distribution company.
Many of the articles and stories in the New York Times bestseller, “Profits Aren’t Everything, They’re the Only Thing”, came from Lou’s client interactions. Lou has been a featured speaker at many small business events along with trade groups. He is a firm believer in the benefits of “profits first management” for all of American Management’s clients.
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Vice President & Director of Survey
Having worked for American Management since 1999, Chris Mosca has dedicated himself to the growth of the business, while actively ensuring the success of client profit improvement programs from the front lines. Chris brings more than 30 years of experience and a wealth of knowledge to the company. He has a marketing degree from Iona College and has owned several successful distribution businesses. Chris’ client experiences have also been featured in the New York Times bestseller, “Profits Aren’t Everything, They’re the Only Thing”.
Director of Field Services
Curtis Cello is the Director of Field Services for American Management Services. He is responsible for a team of Field Services Managers (FSM’s) who make the first face to face contact with business owners around the country. He is also an active participant in a number of Partner America events in conjunction with the United States Conference of Mayors such as small business round tables and educational seminars hosted by mayors of cities across the nation.
Curtis began his career as a Field Service Manager in the Chicagoland area before he was asked to run the Field Services department company wide. He and his family now reside in Orlando Florida. He spends much of his time on the road supporting his FSM’s and meeting with business owners from coast to coast. Few people have made as many face to face contacts with business owners as he has over the last decade. Through this experience, Curtis has gained a thorough understanding of the challenges that owners face in today’s business climate.
Prior to joining the company, Curtis had spent his entire career with Fortune 500 and Fortune Global 500 companies including IBM, Siemens, Pitney Bowes, WW Grainger, and AT&T. He has held multiple management positions in both operations and sales. This experience has shaped his perspective on how a disciplined approach to business management is as necessary in small business as it is in large corporations. He is a strong advocate for small business owners, and a driving force in the Partner America initiative which seeks to help small business owners understand how to overcome common challenges and improve sales, operations, and ultimately profitability.