Seeing Value in The CFO Alliance Mission, Two Chicago Finance Executives Join as Board Members

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The CFO Alliance (CFOA), the leading global peer-driven community for Chief Financial Officers and senior finance leaders across the country, has named two new Chicago members to serve on the group's Board of Advisors. Connie Pocock, CFO of Focal Point Lights and Susan Martin, VP Finance of The Phoenix Company of Chicago have been selected to lead The CFO Alliance's Chicago Community through their appointments to the Board and will be instrumental in helping to plan the community's programming and discussion topics.

I am very excited to be serving as a board member for the CFO Alliance. This Community gives financial professionals the ability to network with peers and discuss current issues.

The CFO Alliance (CFOA), the leading global peer-driven community for Chief Financial Officers and senior finance leaders across the country, has named two new Chicago members to serve on the group's Board of Advisors. These CFOs are representatives of the Chicago business community who see value in peer-to-peer discussions to address 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 Greater Chicago area.

"I am very excited to be serving as a board member for the CFO Alliance,” says Connie Pocock, CFO of Focal Point Lights. “The CFO Alliance gives financial professionals the ability to network with peers and discuss current issues. As a board member I look forward to participating and meeting other CFOs with similar responsibilities, expanding my knowledge and sharing my experiences."

Other members selected to lead The CFO Alliance's Chicago Community through serving on the Board of Advisors include:

Susan Martin, VP Finance of The Phoenix Company of Chicago

The CFO Alliance Board of Advisors is an exclusive group of leading middle market CFOs. They are instrumental in helping plan the direction of the online community as well as programming and discussion topics.

About The CFO Alliance
Established in January of 2008 to promote connectivity through a professional community of over 2,800 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/about or follow The CFO Alliance Community on Twitter: @theCFOAlliance

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