LONNIE (MIKE) MCBEE Tel: 951.894.4243 Cell: 714.392.2157
23682 Saratoga Springs, Murrieta, CA 92562 firstname.lastname@example.org
Director, Strategic Planning & Analysis / Senior Financial Analyst
Energy, Electric Power, New Technology
Strategic-thinking management executive creating value and contributing to the profitability of multimillion-dollar
organizations through expertise in sophisticated financial modeling. Versatile and accomplished in championing
corporate interests through original research, planning and forecasting, developing global partnerships, and
negotiating with foreign governments. Valuable depth of leadership experience launching new organizations,
developing markets, and uncovering new opportunities. Articulate communicator and confident decision-maker
with verified expertise in:
Strategic Planning & Forecasting Sophisticated Financial Modeling
Market & Financial Analysis Leadership & Communication Skills
R&D Administrative Management Strategic Partnerships
M&A Due Diligence New Business Development
Advanced Cleanup Technologies, Inc., Rancho Dominguez, CA 2004 – 2007
Premier emergency spill response and industrial cleaning organization serving the petrochemical industry,
businesses, and governmental agencies throughout the western United States.
Key leader planning, directing, and overseeing major contracting activities ensuring high quality.
Established value of new subsidiary between $300 and $400 million for new air cleanup technology
developed by engineering department. Created financial model allowing president to determine discounted
value and eliminated cost-prohibitive external evaluation expense.
One Source Dealer Services, Orange, CA 2002 – 2004
Customer service ratings for the automobile industry.
Developed and implemented process improvements to improve data-gathering efficiency.
Created real-time customer service worksheet to replace American Honda form operating 60 days behind.
Delma Power Company, Irvine, CA 1996 – 2002
Independent power producer developing power plants in Palestine, Nepal, Armenia, and Yemen.
Created sophisticated financial models and negotiated multimillion-dollar contracts with foreign governments for
implementation of power-generating facilities.
Negotiated $130 million agreement for 300 MW power plant with government of Yemen by developing
pricing methodologies in Excel for presentation to client to facilitate understanding of true cost of power.
Participated in negotiations with Palestine Energy Authority for 300 MW power plant in the Gaza Strip.
Mission Energy Company, Irvine, CA 1985 – 1996
Wholly owned subsidiary of Edison International and largest independent power producer in the U.S.
Director Financial Planning & Analysis (1988 – 1996)
Led six-member team in development of first strategic plan identifying worldwide geographic areas to pursue based upon
projected electric energy demand.
Lead analyst developing economic model to determine winning bid for 1,200 MW coal-fired power plant in
Indonesia for joint venture with General Electric, Mission Energy, and Mitsui of Japan. Awarded contract with
projected $400 million contribution in NPV across 20 years.
Developed first economic model used exclusively for negotiations with capability to provide lead negotiator
results (IRR, NPV, Payback) for numerous pricing scenarios with single computer keystroke.
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Secured power sales agreements with governments of Indonesia (1,200 MW, $400 million), Australia (700
MW, $500 million), and Italy (300 MW, $100 million). Developed pricing methodologies allowing customer to
opt for front-end loading, level, or back-end pricing scheme.
Tasked by president to develop organization design expanding existing disciplines to project management
structure incorporating geographical as well as specific project criteria.
Provided senior management with revenue forecast and future cash needs by spearheading creation of
model to link all projects into recap model to track all changes to individual project files.
Business Developer (1985 – 1988)
Recruited to build beneficial B2B relationships to expand business and market penetration.
Chosen as one of 12 original employees to form Mission Energy Company, a wholly owned subsidiary of
Southern California Edison Company. Became largest independent power producer in the U.S. during 1980s
Contributed to winning all source bid to build, own, and operate first independent "peaking" power plant in
U.S. with NPV of $50 million by negotiating with small independent power company.
Motivated strategic direction change into mid-America market through original research on increasing
demand for electricity and potential supply shortage in locations across the U.S.
Delivered in excess of $100 million in NPV by assisting in negotiations for first and second independent
power plant in California (2 ea 300 MW cogeneration power plants).
Expanded company’s geographical impact by identifying and assisting in negotiation of 50% share of
independent coal-fired power plant on East Coast with NPV of $60 million.
B.S., Business, PEPPERDINE UNIVERSITY, Los Angeles, CA