Paul Keogan, CEO and co-founder at BackOffice Thinking, has been a leading technology consultant for over 25 years. Paul initially worked with Fortune 500 and fast-growing software companies, and since 2006, with the founding of BackOffice Thinking, he has worked primarily with non-profit and member-driven organizations.
Paul’s passion is to transform his clients’ use of technology to better serve and engage their constituents, grow their donor/member/volunteer base, and run their organizations more effectively. With the BackOffice Thinking team, he has led numerous technology strategy, software selection, design, business analytics, marketing, and implementation projects throughout the U.S.
Prior to founding BackOffice Thinking, Paul was the COO and CFO and a Principal at Fusion Technologies, a technology consulting firm with close to 250 employees at the time of its sale in 2006.
Previously, Paul was the global operations planning manager for ARCO Chemical's Performance Chemical division. He has worked at ARCO Chemical, Merck, and DuPont where he held various financial, manufacturing, and business leadership roles in both the US and Europe.
Paul earned a bachelor's degree in Chemical Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and an MBA from University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School.
Paul is a contributor to NTEN and speaks frequently on non-profit technology at events across the US.