Mike Gray, CPA, MBA

About Mike

Mike is a licensed CPA with a breadth of experience in accounting, planning and analysis, systems development, and management. As a financial executive with two Fortune 500 companies and a large public university, he has demonstrated his significant abilities to reduce costs, increase efficiencies, and improve internal controls. His long-term knowledge of issues in accounts payable, accounts receivable and collections, inventory management and control, and supply chain management provide him with critical insights into business challenges. 

For more than twenty-five years in his career, Mike has implemented multiple software and technology upgrades and changes, especially in the areas of logistics, supply chain management, and human resources. He has successfully managed the migration of accounting work to shared services, and his preparation and analysis of financial information have provided decision support for substantial loans and construction projects.  

Clients value Mike’s team-building skills and his ability to create processes that improve financial functions and business operations, thus driving improved profitability. His abundant experience in accounting, audit, and compliance give Mike the well-rounded perspective needed to identify problems and create solutions to resolve them.  

Mike Gray

Mike Gray

Industry Experience

Consumer Products, Government, Healthcare, Higher Education, Information Technology, Nonprofit, Retail, Supply Chain 


  • University of Dayton, Master of Business Administration 
  • Otterbein College, Bachelor of Arts, Accounting and Business Administration with Concentration in Computer Science 


  • CPA  Certified Public Accountant  Ohio 

On a Lighter Note

What was the first car you ever drove?
A lemon yellow 1970 Mercury Capri

Who is someone you admire or an interesting person you have met and why?
I recently met Dr. Jerry Mendell. He led a team at Nationwide Children’s Hospital that developed a gene replacement process for children with a rare neuromuscular disease caused by a single-gene mutation. Children who would have died within two years are now cured by a two-hour gene-replacement procedure. This remarkable man dedicated three decades to this research. I cannot think of a more worthwhile effort.

Where is an interesting place you have visited or an incredible view you have seen?
I love Yosemite. The Yosemite Valley is spectacular, and Tuolumne Meadow is the prettiest place I have ever visited.