Dallas/Fort Worth CFO Alliance Chapter Announces Appointment of Five Board Members

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Newly Appointed Board Members Set to Kick Off the First Peer-to-Peer Community Roundtable of 2012. CFOs Will Explore “Managing Toward Growth — A CFO’s Guide to the Human Capital.”

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The CFO Alliance (CFOA), the leading global community for Chief Financial Officers and finance leaders across the country, has named five North Texas members to serve on the group’s Board of Advisors. These CFOs are representatives of the North Texas business community who see value in peer-to-peer discussions to discuss issues they face in their respective functional roles. With the combined goal of “Fueling Confident CFO Decision-Making” over the course of the next 12 months, these board members will help to shape and influence roundtable discussions in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.

Those initially selected to lead The CFO Alliance’s Dallas/Fort Worth Community as the Board of Advisors include:

  •     Chris Mantzuranis, executive vice president and CFO of AER Manufacturing
  •     Dana Goodman, CFO of Combs Produce
  •     Kenny Talley, CFO of Womack Machine Supply
  •     Keath Hance, CFO of MCrowd Restaurant Group, Inc.
  •     Deanna White, CFO of Flexjet, Inc.

These board members, along with representatives from Southern Methodist University (SMU), Texas Christian University (TCU), Mercer, and McGladrey will host the first peer-to-peer breakfast roundtable of 2012 to explore “Managing Toward Growth — A CFO’s Guide to the Human Capital.” CFOs and other finance leaders will network and share best practices on how to access human capital and manage their organizations towards growth in 2012.

The organization’s first roundtable meeting of the year is slated to take place Tuesday, January 17, 2012, from 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. at the Collins Executive Educational Center on the Southern Methodist University campus. Participation is exclusive to finance executives; click here for more information.

The exchange of ideas exploring emerging models in human capital investment will be facilitated by a faculty member of the SMU Cox School of Business. This CFO Alliance peer discussion with North Texas CFOs and business community leaders will cover the first of a series of issues in 2012 empowering CFO decision-making. Some of the issues include:

  •     Rethinking Capital Structures
  •     Global Consumer Shifts
  •     Rebuilding the Risk Function
  •     Healthcare Transformation
  •     Rethinking the Strategic Plan

About The CFO Alliance

Established in September of 2007 to promote connectivity through a professional community of over 2,600 leading financial executives, The CFO Alliance brings together the experience, knowledge, and collective wisdom of peers, subject matter experts, and academic authorities to enable senior financial leaders and decision-makers to be more effective and act with greater confidence throughout their career. By fostering relationships among those with common objectives, interests, opportunities, and challenges, financial leaders can make long-term investments in their companies and their careers through sharing expertise and gaining confidence in their roles. Based on the success of the initial Philadelphia-based chapter, the CFOA has established a national expansion, with a current presence in 12 U.S cities. For more information, please visit http://www.theCFOalliance.org or follow The CFO Alliance Community on Twitter: @theCFOAlliance.


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