Archive of: Banking/Financial Services

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Port of Olympia retirement, restructuring?

Arguably the "dean" of Washington ports financial experts, Jeff Smith will retire from Port of Olympia next month. Managers and commissioners of the port district are considering whether to restructure fiscal roles in his absence.

April 2017

When all see same, compromise is easier

Bringing four decades of fiscal management in education to South Sound school has meant valuable experience to face challenging fiscal realities.

April 2017

‘So much more’ than the numbers

"Service to others' is a personal guiding light for this finalist in 2017 Financial Executive of the Year recognition program, and that mission is while he's working, as well as within his local community – and the world.

April 2017

Rebuilding a structure & community

For a C.P.A. to enjoy a work diversion into construction management requires a willingness to embrace new ideas. "Every day I get up and look forward to going to work," says this finalist for 2017 South Sound Financial Executive of the Year.

April 2017

‘Activities + Execution = Results’

Having worked in financial management roles since 2002, the CFO of Tacoma tech company, SiteCrafting, applies his formula for success and earns a finalist status for 2017 Financial Executive of the Year.

April 2017

‘Be flexible, not caught up with small details’

After just two years with the large South Sound non-profit, this finalist for 2017 Financial Executive of the Year was promoted to chief financial officer. More than six years later, she's become a trainer for YMCA staff across the country.

April 2017

Right hire at the right time, place

A later entry to the financial management world, this finalist for 2017 South Sound Financial Executive of the Year has shown great success for two separate medical group practices, and learned much about her own abilities and value.

April 2017

Why?’ is the most important question

This long-time controller/CFO has added HR responsibilities since joining Association of Washington Business some 3+ years ago. And the assignment fits well, as he understands that People are the most important factor to any organization's success.

April 2017

Financial Services manager is ‘the glue’

The financial management tools she created in her previous position are still being used, and now this finalist for Financial Executive of the Year is bringing innovation to her current position with the office of Pierce County Auditor.

April 2017

Controller enjoys ‘insurmountable’ problems

From his start with small businesses that led to a degree in accounting and CPA credentials, through a big role in guiding a non-profit growth project and now, as controller for a growing business, David Gleason has always found fun in financial management.

April 2017
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