Melita L. O’Sullivan is Treasurer and CFO of The Knowledge Compass, Inc., a provider of management, business consulting services to clients in Fortune 500 companies. Melita is also: Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Star Knowledge Global Holdings and Treasurer and Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of Star Knowledge Technology Alliance Team, LLC, a provider of software, engineering and business consulting services to the global marketplace and; Treasurer and CFO of LL Corpus Cogere, Inc., a company that develops innovative new age physical therapy solutions.

Melita has successfully demonstrated over the last 25+ years skills in improving the operational and control environments of organizations. Melita’s career highlighted by working with Fortune 100 companies in the technology, public accounting, and financial services industries.

Her valuable strength is applying best practices from dissimilar industries and geographies, thereby helping drive innovative change to clients’ business paradigms. Melita has led and worked on international projects in Latin America, Asia, Europe, South Pacific, and the Caribbean.

Previous positions have included: Senior Vice President of Citigroup, Senior Financial Analyst of Wang Laboratories, Inc., and Senior Accountant at The New York Times.  These positions have included direct responsibilities for technology audit engagements of various business units, risk and control assessments, project management, information security, Continuity of Business, knowledge and content management, operational improvement and change management, accounting, forecasting, budgeting, and financial planning and analysis.

Melita earned her Bachelor of Science in Accounting at De La Salle University and MBA in Information Systems at Pace University. She received CPA Certification in New York, in 1996, and is a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist and Certified Fraud Examiner.


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