DG Volo & Company Expands Strategy Capabilities with New Senior Associate
BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS – April 24, 2020 – Michael Brisebois has joined DG Volo & Company (DGV) as Senior Associate, bringing with him more than seven years of highly relevant experience in strategy and operations. Michael’s expertise complements and extends the firm’s capabilities in several of the key B2B industry verticals that DGV serves, including manufacturing, distribution, and healthcare.
As a senior resource to the firm, Michael will provide thought leadership, project delivery, strategic analysis, and tactical planning to our client engagements. His first priority will be to deliver clear direction to our private equity portfolio company clients, helping them to navigate the current economic environment by mitigating short-term risks, developing high impact growth strategies, and accelerating out of the downturn.
Longer term, Michael will spearhead DGV’s expansion along the East Coast and lead the firm’s Boston office.
“Michael’s well-rounded background and deep industry experience is an asset to our growing team and reflective of DGV’s commitment to creating value for the private equity portfolio companies we serve,” said David Woloviec, DGV Founder & Chief Growth Architect. “The growth challenges that portfolio companies face are amplified during the current crisis, and Michael will provide clients with practical advice to weather the storm and emerge stronger, once the economy starts to reopen over the next several months.”
Most recently, Michael was responsible for developing, coordinating, and driving initiatives to achieve P&L targets as a Senior Manager, Business Operations for Altisource in Boston. Prior to Altisource, he advised private equity clients during the strategic and commercial due diligence phase of the M&A process. Michael also brings experience in sales and operations planning, and financial planning and analysis to the DGV team.
Michael serves as a Captain in the Massachusetts Army National Guard. He graduated magna cum laude from Northeastern University, where he commissioned through the Army ROTC program.