Areas of Expertise
- Design Engineering
- Financial Services
- Manufacturing & Supply Chain
- Mergers & Acquisitions
- Program Management
- Systems Engineering
- Xavier University
- Marquette University
Henry Stueber serves as an Executive Managing Director at B. Riley Operations Management Services. As a senior business executive, Henry has a demonstrated track record of achievements in developing, implementing, and managing sound business practices and strategies. His diverse background includes expertise in companies in the Aerospace, Energy, Industrial and Semiconductor markets both domestically and internationally. Stueber is a strong leader with comprehensive global business expertise in advancing company growth, profitability, shaping competitive products, and building world-class teams, committed to building organizations focused on teamwork, and business transformation.
Stueber held various CEO and President positions at GE, Aviation, Energy, and Oil & Gas, turning around acquisitions to accelerate growth and improve profitability. In addition, Henry held positions in M&A, Systems Engineering, Design Engineering, Program Management, Manufacturing, Supply Chain and is a certified Master Black Belt.
He was COO and office of the President at Greene, Tweed & Co., LLC, (private company), leading the strategic planning and execution that provided innovative growth and unprecedented profitability, resulting in 4X Value creation.
Stueber was a Board member for JJ White, Inc., one of the largest and comprehensive construction companies in the Mid-Atlantic, Midwest and New England areas. He was the advocate and partner to the Owner to improve and prepare family business for sale.
Stueber started his career as a U.S. Navy Officer, achieving the rank of Captain. His final assignments focused on risk mitigation and crisis management, as the Emergency Liaison Officer for New York State and Executive Officer / Training Officer for a US Forces Korea Unit.
Stueber received his M.B.A. from Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio and his B.S. in Engineering from Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.