Advisory Board Member Profile
Chief Audit & Compliance Officer
Areas of Expertise
Customer-Focused Innovation, Customer First Culture, Principles of Customer Relationship Building, Accelerate & Improve Decisions with Data, Customer Experience in your Organization-Navigating Politics of Change
Cees (short for Cornelis) Klumper lives in Long Beach with his artist wife Anneke and their son Victor, undergraduate in UCI's School of Engineering. Cees serves as the Chief Audit & Compliance Officer of the International Medical Corps, a Los Angeles based not-for-profit organization that delivers emergency healthcare and related services to people affected by conflict, natural disaster and disease, in some of the most challenging countries of the world.
Before International Medical Corps, Cees held positions as Chief Risk Officer of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, and Managing Director of Internal Audit of GAVI, the Vaccine Alliance, both organizations headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland. Cees was also an audit and consulting partner with PricewaterhouseCoopers and KPMG, a Chief Financial Officer of a retail chain, and a Vice President of Internal Control at a global supermarket and food service company. Cees has lived in his native The Netherlands as well as Switzerland, France, Florida and now California.
He has extensive experience as a Board member of not-for-profit organizations in the arts, animal protection and other causes. His hobbies include restoring and maintaining vintage cars, woodworking, bicycle riding and preparing sushi. Cees is currently a Board member of Community Career Development Inc., another not-for-profit organization that operates in Los Angeles to, among other things, provide free employment services to 20,000+ adult and 500+ youth job seekers in the greater Los Angeles area each year. He is also a Board Member at CreateNow, a Los Angeles not-for-profit that helps transform the lives of high-risk and at-risk youth in L.A. through arts mentoring, education, resources and experiences.