Paul has trained executives at international giants like Hewlett Packard, Merrill Lynch, Luxottica, Walmart, Kaiser Permanente, Procter & Gamble, Prentiss Hall, and the Financial Times of London, among dozens of others. Some of his global work includes keynote addresses to executive audiences in Frankfurt, Toronto, Shanghai, Mexico City, Guangzhou, New York, and Costa Rica. He is a regular lecturer in the MBA programs at Xavier University and the University of Cincinnati.
A 20-year veteran of P&G, Paul was most recently director of consumer research for the company’s $5 billion global paper business where he led a research team across four continents. Previously, he was responsible for leading the development of P&G’s global $80 billion sales forecasting capability. He has also held leadership positions in corporate finance, manufacturing plants, and sales working closely with executives at major retailers around the world like Walmart, Costco, Asda, and Sam’s Club.
Paul holds a bachelors degree in economics, and an MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. He lives with his wife and two sons in the Cincinnati suburb of Mason, Ohio.