Jeanine D. Cobonpue

Telephone:  203-461-8995

an Associate of De Novo Perspectives, has more than 22 years of financial and operational experience in a variety of industries.

Jeanine has a unique ability to quickly and efficiently research complex topics and then synthesizes her findings into easily understandable reports. This work often entails extensive research, creation of detailed spreadsheets to organize and analyze the data, and production and maintenance of time utilization analyses and project profitability reports. Her ability to get to the bottom line quickly and accurately makes her a vital part of every project in which she is involved.

Jeanine’s experience includes researching and analyzing financial performance metrics and other project data specific to the transportation, healthcare, apparel and food processing industries.

At United Vision Logistics, she was instrumental in assessing and analyzing various contractor and terminal operator agreements within the four legacy companies that comprised United Vision. She also analyzed settlement sheets for active terminals, prepared and maintained a database of independent terminal operators and spearheaded a mapping project that identified all active customer accounts.

At MedQuist, Jeanine had a supporting role in reviewing documents relating to certain class action lawsuits and federal government investigations. She designed, built and maintained a comprehensive customer hierarchical mapping database for the company.

Jeanine’s prior experience includes:

  • Serving as VP of Merchandising & Production for Colours by Alexander Julian/Collection Clothing Corporation, a $120 million menswear company. Responsibilities, both strategic and operational, included development of the financial and SKU (stock keeping unit) plans, market share projections, analysis of sales history and pricing and locating qualified domestic and overseas garment production contractors. Other responsibilities included scheduling, monitoring and coordinating all areas of production, budget analysis, and ensuring proper production methods such as quality control and on-time delivery.
  • As a Director of A/X Armani Exchange, she was responsible for the establishment of the manufacturing and engineering departments for this start-up company. She was part of the original team that built Armani Exchange into a $40 million business in 2 years with 32 stores nationwide.
  • Directing and implementing operating and business plans as a VP of Merchandising and Production for Chaps Ralph Lauren/Warnaco.  She was an integral part of all phases of the development, planning, sourcing, costing and maintaining optimal inventory levels for the entire Sportswear and Dress Shirt Divisions.


Jeanine graduated magna cum laude from the University of the Philippines with a BS in Clothing Technology.