BIO:- Keith D. Kulper, Founder & President, is keenly interested in developing and promoting entrepreneurship and innovation in institutions of higher learning and private enterprise through the activities of the firm and by way of his personal investment portfolio. He derives a great deal of personal and professional satisfaction from the outcomes that his firm consistently delivers on behalf of his clients and hired candidates in his capacity as president of KULPER & COMPANY, LLC the firm he founded in March of 1997.

Prior to founding KULPER & COMPANY, he was Group Vice President with Midlantic National Bank. In that capacity he held sales, marketing, product development, product management--including P&L responsibility—for various information and treasury/cash management operating services utilized by Fortune 500 and mid-sized companies located throughout the United States. Prior to that, he was a member of the Financial Systems Division of Chemical Bank in New York City. A “cum laude” graduate of Boston College, he went on to complete the requirements for graduation from The Stonier National School of Banking at the University of Delaware. His thesis topic, “Bank CEO Leadership Effectiveness” was based upon survey results from 135 active bank CEOs of US headquartered global, regional and community banks. This work was later followed up with the KULPER SURVEY: High Performance Commercial Bank CEO Management Process, which was successfully marketed to a variety of organizations interested in utilizing the findings to assist in their analysis of bank management effectiveness. Keith serves as Class Rep in the Delbarton School Alumni Association, as a member of the Harvard College Parents Leadership Committee and on the Dean’s Advisory Board of the William Paterson University, Cotsakos College of Business. He is a co-founder of the Technology Management Education Association and the recipient of their special service award in recognition for contributions to the growth and success of the Association. In 2010, Keith was elected to the Delbarton School Hall of Honor.