As Director at ACM, Paul Quentel brings over 30 years experience leading companies across a broad range of industries including retail, pharmaceuticals, engineering and healthcare. Throughout his career Paul has generated over $7.5 million in total savings for the companies, focusing on improving bottom lines and increased performance across the board.

Prior to joining ACM in 2016, Paul was most recently CEO & President of Alfred Angelo, a vertically integrated designer, manufacturer, wholesaler and retailer in the bridal apparel industry. As CEO & President, he led a successful turnaround for the company, restructuring operations generating over $3 million in annual cost savings, while enhancing the new product pipeline. During the turnaround he appeared on an entertaining and heartwarming episode of CBS’s primetime series, Undercover Boss.

His diverse experience has resulted in a unique understanding and proficiency in directing operations on every level, from leading day-to-day processes – including manufacturing, distribution, strategic business and sales plan development, and capital resource planning to spearheading million dollar financial restorations.

Additionally, Paul has been recognized by prestigious organizations for his exceptional leadership. In 1991, while working as Project Manager for Post Buckley Schuh & Jernigan, Paul was awarded the Florida Engineering Society’s “Young Engineer of the Year Award” for the South Florida Region.
Paul also has a motivated entrepreneurial spirit, founding start-up retail photo and video preservation services chain, Memory Factory, with locations throughout South Florida.

Education And Affiliations

Paul earned his MBA from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and his Bachelor of Science degree in Architectural Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin. He currently resides in Miami, FL with his family.

Areas Of Expertise

  1. Capital resource planning
  2. Leading retail operations and manufacturing
  3. Business plan development
  4. Operational reform
  5. Financial turnaround
  6. Raising capital
  7. Operations consulting