Music, Sun, Charm & Roses! CFOLC Announces Four New Chapters
Time to cut the ribbon & pop the champagne! The CFO Leadership Council proudly welcomes four new chapters to our CFOLC community – Baltimore (City of Charm), Nashville (Music City), Phoenix (Valley of Sun) & Portland (City of Roses)! For those counting, that now makes 27 chapters across North America! The CFOLC will bring our world class professional development programs and top networking events to finance leaders in each of these thriving communities.
All four new chapters are being led by a few of our rockstar leadership team members alongside brand new chapter steering committees comprised of local thought leaders. They are geared up and ready to host their inaugural live events in September.
“The CFO Leadership Council is a community of elite financial leaders. We are really excited to bring our community into these cities. We have recruited more than 10 financial executives in each of these regions, who will help us provide world-class programming and networking suited for each city. It’s an exciting time for the CFO community.”
Jack McCullough, President & Founder, CFO Leadership Council
As the role of the CFO continues to evolve at a rapid pace, so do our trending program topics & membership offerings. This has clearly been evident in our growing member engagement with CFOLC Connect, our ever popular member portal and the continued success of our virtual membership!”
Angela Tise, Northeast Regional Director & National Membership Chair, CFO Leadership Council
Each of these new cities brings a unique culture and energy to the CFOLC community. Meet the faces and learn more about what’s next at each chapter below. Time to pop the champagne!
September Social ~ Stay tuned for details
About The CFO Leadership Council
The CFO Leadership Council offers both live & online programs that feature expert panels and interactive sessions driving meaningful conversation and leadership development among our membership. Our collection of leadership development resources contain pragmatic insights and advice sourced directly from our members and industry experts. Recordings of CFOLC webcasts are made available to our current CFOLC members. CPEs are now offered for our webcasts to current CFOLC members only. To learn about our membership and connecting with our growing CFOLC community, visit www.cfolc.com.
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