John L. Boyle, II, Founder and Principal

John Boyle founded J.L. Boyle International in 1981 and has over 30 years of experience working on strategy development, corporate and Municipal restructurings, complex analysis, and litigation support. He has worked with both private and publicly-traded companies, and his assignments have covered a wide range of industries including retail, manufacturing, financial services, and many areas of “high tech.” In addition, John has consulted for numerous government entities and law firms.

He has served as Chief Executive Officer, Chief Operating Officer, Chief Administrative Officer, and Chief Financial Officer in many companies where JLBI provided interim crisis and turnaround management. He is a seasoned expert in the area of interim management.

John also has extensive knowledge of Government economics – at the local, state, and Federal levels, and has authored many essays and speeches on Government legacy costs and the unaffordability of Government in America.

John began his business career at Ford Motor Company’s Finance Staff under the direction of J. Edward Lundy, the last of Ford’s “Whiz Kids.” His tenure at Ford included assignments at Ford Credit, Treasury Operations, and Finance Staff. Previously, he was an Instructor of Statistics and Operations Research at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business and an Instructor of Mathematics at Georgia State University.

John holds a Master’s Degree in Actuarial Science from Georgia State University and a Master’s Degree in Statistics and Operations Research from the Wharton Business School.

John served in the Army Reserve as a Rifleman in 157th Infantry Brigade of The 1st Army.

He also is an Adjunct Lecturer of Mathematics at Eastern Michigan University, serves as the President of the Coalition for Intergenerational Equity (a non-profit service and educational organization), and is a Local Unit Financial Advisor approved by the State of Michigan to assist local units of Government.