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USO Chief Financial Officer Phil Parisi was recognized as the 2015 Nonprofit CFO of the Year at the Nonprofit CFO of the Year Awards on March 6 in Washington.
The award honors the best and brightest financial executives in the nonprofit sector who demonstrate operational excellence, innovation in finance and management and exceptional leadership and commitment to financial accountability.
“[Parisi] has a continuing record of providing outstanding financial analysis and advice while navigating a rapidly changing non-profit landscape,” said USO CEO and President Dr. J.D. Crouch II. “His expertise in strategic planning in international settings, financial planning, customer relationships and business development made it possible for the USO to grow stronger, be more responsive and more relevant.”
“Parisi’s understanding of key business drivers helps improve accounting and reporting responsibilities and has bolstered the USO’s corporate stability,“USO Chairman of the Board retired Gen. Richard B. Myers said. "The USO is a stronger, more vital organization since Phil’s arrival.”
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