The advice I always wanted but never
had is now yours.

I’m not sure if there is a school for CFOs, but I did not attend one.  My MS in Accounting served me well professionally, and my first intellectual love will always be my BA in Sociology and African and African-American Studies. My executive skills were learned in boardrooms across Greater Boston in the mid-90s.  I know what it means to lead, be brutally accountable, and motivate people to do things that are not easy. In these boardrooms, I learned that the CFO speaks to the highest and best use of assets, the value of lost opportunities, and the cost of the following or last dollar. This is the origin story of my passion for people, technology  & process, and how they all work together as a catalyst for increasing enterprise svalue.

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