Mr. Elliott is retired. His broad career emphasized assuring sustained profitable client growth, by strategic financing, supporting clients' business development, enterprise partnerships / joint ventures, performance leadership, and succession. His insights have also been engaged to advise on pre-acquisition leadership team evaluation, design & installation of performance measurement & reward systems, from executive remuneration in publicly-financed and closely scrutinized corporations, through massive gain sharing programs.

His clients have included multi-industry corporations, Fortune 50 companies, emerging market leaders, and new ventures. He has conducted assignments in 36 countries outside of the United States while maintaining a very strong level of domestic activity.

His functional career passed through several phases, commencing in line manufacturing, up through plant management, sales management, corporate business development, management advisory services, and finally a narrow niche of corporate investment banking.

Previously, he served a Fortune 250 multinational as Corporate Director of Business Development, responsible for strategic organization, financial and market planning spanning the Consumer, Industrial, Manufacturing, International, & Distribution Divisions.

Mr. Elliott was a Managing Associate in the General Management Services Group of Booz, Allen & Hamilton before being recruited away. With Booz, Allen & Hamilton, a US$5.3 Billion multinational senior management advisory firm, employing over 22,000 people worldwide, Mr. Elliott worked with 3 senior partners in a major engagement management capacity, serving in the New York office as well as in the London and Chicago offices. He held a European assignment for nearly 2 years, working with management of several companies The Elliott Company served. His engagements typically came from senior management of the Fortune 100, including manufacturers, service companies, banking organizations, and conglomerates. Turnaround efforts aimed at faltering large corporations was a core focus. Re-positioning companies for public re-financing was an essential focus. Mr. Elliott started his career with a Fortune 200 industrial manufacturing leader, commencing in Manufacturing leading up to a role as Superintendent of the second largest manufacturing plant in that corporation’s largest division, and later progressing through a variety of line and staff assignments to national accounts Sales Management.

Mr. Elliott received his M.B.A. with honors in International Corporate Finance & Marketing from the Graduate School of Business at Columbia University, and a B.S. degree concentrating in Biophysics from Syracuse University. He has served in the U.S. Army. Roger Elliott has served on the Board of Directors for the Graduate School of Business at Columbia University. Mr. Elliott has a working Spanish fluency, plus some capability with French and German.

Roger invests some of his time to help raise money for Prevent Child Abuse America, headquartered in Chicago, IL with chapters across the USA. This organization is linked to support the National Child Abuse Coalition. The coalition was formed to coordinate Federal advocacy efforts on behalf of abused and neglected children. The coalition is based in Washington, D.C.