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Keith Nesja
Keith Nesja

Keith Nesja


Keith Nesja is a versatile accounting and financial management professional with more than 20 years of experience developing budgets, forecasting and planning, financial reporting, internal controls, operational management, and team leadership. Keith also holds the Certified Management Accountant designation. He has gained valuable leadership experience building and supporting strong teams of accountants and other staff members while accomplishing positive outcomes and improvements that instilled teamwork and consistency throughout the organization. In his most recent role, Keith worked directly with managers at seven stores within three markets to successfully maximize productivity and profits.

Keith has created new and refined existing processes and procedures resulting in more efficient timeframes and increased revenue at each company he has worked. After discovering errors and implementing new procedures, Keith created an A/R procedure that decreased accounts over 90 days old from over $200K to nearly zero in just six months. Another revised procedure removed a $2M overstatement of fixed assets that resulted in a property tax savings.

Keith’s proven ability to prioritize and meet deadlines, evaluate problems, and generate solutions to encourage consistent growth will help clients in a wide variety of industries. His communication skills at all levels, both internal and external, allow him to establish rapport and collaborate with clients to determine the best course of action to achieve their goals.


CFO Systems, LLC
Anderson Auto Group
Controller – Fixed Operations
Kawasaki Motors Manufacturing, USA
Accounting Supervisor
Nebraska Trucking Association, Inc.

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