Consultant, Franke Associates
Roger Lumpp is an experienced consultant in the financial, accounting and not-for-profit arenas. He began his career with Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Co., leaving after four years to become the first chief financial officer of one of his clients. This began a twenty-year period of increasing officer level responsibilities with two publicly held insurance centered conglomerates.
Lumpp then entered the twenty plus year consulting phase of his career where he served major financial services clients as well as clients in the retail, consumer products and healthcare industries. He created Arthur Andersen’s Midwest insurance consulting practice in the 1990’s and more recently KPMG’s Midwest advisory account relationship corps.
Throughout his career, Lumpp has served as president, chairman, and board member of numerous not-for-profit organizations. He served as President of the Wabash College National Association of Wabash Men and Vice President of The University of Michigan’s Alumni Society. He is currently Treasurer of the Bexley Seabury Foundation, an Episcopal seminary. He also is Chairman of the Board of Mather LifeWays, which is dedicated to improving our understanding of how to age well. In these capacities, he has witnessed and influenced the full spectrum of governance, strategic planning, and operational execution, as well as enterprise leadership transformation.
Lumpp holds an MBA from the University of Michigan and a BA from Wabash College.