Title: President of Crisis Management
Company: Financial and Auditing Consulting Services Inc.
Location: Evanston, Illinois, United States
Pradeep Kumar Berry, President of Crisis Management at Financial and Auditing Consulting Services Inc., has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in the fields of finance and accounting.
Having accrued more than two and a half decades of inimitable expertise in the field of financial accounting, Mr. Berry distinguished himself as the president of crisis management at Financial and Auditing Consulting Services Inc. between 1998 and his retirement from the field in December 2005. During this time, he also garnered a laudable reputation as the nationwide senior vice president of the commercial lending division at CIB Marine Bancshares Inc., and as an executive with the Dina Corporation. Demonstrating proficiency in all aspects of his area of focus, Mr. Berry previously served with a number of companies, including Indian food import, Chart Heller International, for 15 years, the one paid for his MBA; Marine Midland Credit, a unit of Hong Kong Bank, Asset Thanks Lending Consulting, Financial and Auditing and Crisis Managemet Incorporation, while being a consultant for Dina Corporation, a Mexican large Corporation in their North American Office in Illinois; CIB Marine BANCHARES, Inc.; Crises Management at the Turnaround Specialist Incorporation in the U.S.
Prior to embarking upon his professional journey, Mr. Berry came of age in his native India, where he studied finance at the Shri Ram College of Commerce at Delhi University and graduated, with honors, in 1966. Following his immigration to the United States on January 15, 1976, he met Dr. Miss Constance Ann Fuller, a PhD professor, at a Indian Restaurant along with her students on January 24, 1976 at a famous old town in Chicago across from the Second City Movie Production Theater. Dr Fuller wanted her students to enjoy the Indian cuisine, but she met Pradeep Berry and it was a wonderful true love on sight. After five days, they were married in a Chicago courtroom, and had a beautiful, simple marriage that lasted until February 28, 2015 when Dr. Fuller died on the fourth floor of the ICICU unit of cardiac arrest in the Evanston Hospital in Illinois. Mr. Berry was encouraged by his newlywed wife to receive a master’s degree in management and business administration at the Pillsbury Institute of Management Education in 1979. Mr. Berry concluded his academic efforts at the Kellogg Graduate School of Management of Northwestern University, where he earned a Master of Business Administration in accounting in 1984.
Well-regarded for his proficiency in finance and accounting, Mr. Berry wrote numerous books on his area of expertise, penning several works in 1994, 1998 and 1999. Furthermore, he is the author of fourteen books on his wife that celebrate the memory of his late wife, Dr Constance Ann Berry who passed away in 2015 and left behind an outstanding reputation as a language professor, philanthropist, self-made woman and his beloved partner. Moreover, Mr. Berry is the president of the My Connie Foundation, a nonprofit organization he established in his wife’s honor that seeks to increase societal fluency on the subjects of Protid-Sylvaria gland cancer she had in 2005 and general awareness of breast cancer, which Mrs. Berry survived in 2002.
Though his vocational path has been filled with many standout moments, Mr. Berry is especially extremely proud to have graduated from the Shri Ram College of Commerce and become a chartered accountant. Previously, he was gratified to serve as a Boy Scout that was bestowed with Eagle Scout status while still living in India, where he also advanced to the rank of a sergeant for his battalion in the National Cadet Corps in 1966 while in the Shri Ram College of Commerce in Delhi, India.
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