Family Centers in Greenwich recently announced the appointment of Stephanie Johnson to Chief Financial Officer.
In her new role, Johnson will manage all finance and accounting aspects of Family Centers’ operation while upholding the organization’s commitment to fiscal responsibility. She succeeds outgoing CFO Piera Iori, who retired in January after 40 years of service.
Prior to joining Family Centers, Johnson held executive-level finance positions at a variety of public companies and venture capital-backed firms. Most recently, she managed finance and human resources for Norwalk-based textbook solutions provider Akademos.
“We are excited to have Stephanie as part of our team,” said Family Centers’ CEO Bob Arnold. “Not only does she have a wealth of financial expertise, but she brings an element of creativity that will benefit our organization. She is also committed to the pursuit of efficiency within our Finance Department.”
Johnson holds a bachelor of arts in English and Music from Oberlin College and an MBA in Finance from New York University’s Stern School of Business. She also earned an Advanced Certificate in Accounting from Pace University’s Lubin School of Business.
Johnson lives in New Canaan with her mother, husband, and two school-age children.
Family Centers is a private, nonprofit organization offering education and human services to children, adults, and families in Fairfield County.
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