Paul Strohmenger, Managing Partner

Paul Strohmenger, CPA, is a seasoned financial and management professional with broad experience advising companies and organizations of all sizes and in many industries.

For the past 25 years, Paul has been the Managing Partner of Nettle Bay Partners, a company he founded to provide financial management services to clients in healthcare, technology, distribution, transportation, services, BtoC online services, and engineering among others. Nettle Bay Partners acts as a company’s outsourced chief financial officer, helping his clients achieve maximized company valuations in the sale of the business, profitability and cash flow improvements, M&A, capital raises, international expansion, and start-up of operations through improved business processes, organization optimization, financial reporting and analysis, budgeting and planning.

Paul’s involvement in financial management services began during his 10 years with Deloitte, where in addition to client services, he was a member of the firm’s leadership teams as a National Industry Specialist in both its Healthcare and Banking Practices sectors. His healthcare clients included Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center and NYU Medical Center while his banking clients included JP Morgan and Bank of NY.

As an adjunct professor in the School of Management at the CW Post campus of Long Island University, Paul teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in finance and accounting.

Committed to helping others in his profession, Paul is a member of both the Healthcare and Chief Financial Officers committees of the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants, NYC chapter. He is a member of the CFO committee of the Long Island Chapter of Financial Executives International.

Paul is also deeply invested in helping the community. He is co-founder of the Victims Impact Panel of the Nassau County Probation Department. The panel provides a forum for victims to tell their personal stories of how their lives were forever changed by the actions of drunk or impaired drivers. He is also co-founder of the Hewlett Woodmere Education Foundation and former Chairman of the Finance Committee of the Hewlett-Woodmere School Board.

In recognition of his achievements, Long Island Business News named Paul CFO of the Year in 2014.

Paul is a tri-athlete and distance swimmer.