Governing Body Spotlight
Co-Chair of the Los Angeles CFO Community
I am someone who likes to pursue different positions periodically to continue to learn and grow. After many years in public accounting, I accepted a CFO position with a company recently listed on NASDAQ to help it transition to a public company. After several years with the public company, I moved to a private company that was in the process of completing a significant acquisition to help it move to the next level of accounting, financial reporting, and business plan execution.
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What is one of your guiding leadership principles?
Never comprise ethical decision making.
With disruption being a key theme of the past year, where do you see your role as a financial leader going in the next 1-2 years?
Following a recent acquisition, continue to help evolve and grow the company as it executes its business strategy.
What advice would you give to someone just starting out in the role as a CFO?
Never stop learning, and welcome new challenges to keep improving your skills and job satisfaction.
Tell us a couple fun facts about yourself.
- Army brat born in Okinawa.
- Attended a different elementary school each year because of military relocations.
- Hiked Mount Whitney.
What is the value of participating in a professional community through Evanta?
Meeting new people, building on existing networks and learning from other’s perspectives.
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