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FTI Consulting’s Gina Gutzeit Named a Woman Leader in Consulting by Consulting Magazine

Below is an article originally written by PowerToFly Partner FTI Consulting, and published on October 29, 2018. Go to FTI Consulting's page on PowerToFly to see their open positions and learn more.

FTI Consulting, Inc. (NYSE: FCN) today announced that Gina Gutzeit, a Senior Managing Director and Leader of the firm's Office of the CFO Solutions ("OCFO") practice, has been named one of Consulting magazine's Women Leaders in Consulting for 2018. Ms. Gutzeit has been recognized in the Excellence in Leadership category, which honors professionals who have helped advance new thinking to identify and address client needs.

"This award is a true testament to Gina's leadership and relentless innovation," said Carlyn Taylor, Global Co-Leader of FTI Consulting's Corporate Finance & Restructuring segment. "Gina has spearheaded OCFO's exceptional growth by defining our go-to-market strategy, expanding our service offerings, becoming an invaluable partner for many of our private capital clients and investing behind talented professionals. Under Gina's leadership, our OCFO professionals have established themselves as trusted advisors who empower finance leaders with the knowledge and resources necessary to effectively engage their key stakeholders."

Ms. Gutzeit has more than 30 years of experience advising on operational and financial improvements, restructurings and project management. She has held numerous interim management roles, including Chief Financial Officer. Her industry experience includes financial services, healthcare, pharmaceuticals, transportation, service providers, retail, distributors, manufacturers, hospitality and real estate. She serves as a member of the Board of Trustees and Chairperson of the Finance Committee of Richmond University Medical Center.

"It means a lot to be recognized for years of doing what I simply love to do," Ms. Gutzeit said. "It is also special to me given the ongoing support I receive from my colleagues, who exemplify how to help and inspire future leaders. This award is as much for them, as we wouldn't be able to deliver our services to clients without the collaborative effort."

Consulting magazine will honor this year's winners at the 12th Annual Women Leaders in Consulting Gala Awards Dinner at the Lotte New York Palace on November 8. Winners will also be featured in the December issue of Consulting magazine.

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