Changes to executive team position AFP to better meet needs of 16,000 members and the global finance profession
WASHINGTON, July 23, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Association for Financial Professionals is pleased to announce two promotions to its senior staff that will help the organization better serve members and treasury and finance professionals worldwide:
- Jeff Glenzer, CTP, has been promoted to Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. A former treasury executive, Glenzer will be responsible for leading, developing and overseeing the execution of AFP content strategies in support of AFP's global mission. Glenzer will also oversee the execution of strategic initiatives while leading AFP's product development, educational programming, public policy and communication departments.
- Patrick Culkin, SPHR, BSP, has been promoted to Vice President, Strategy and Human Resources. In his new position, Culkin will be responsible for leading and developing AFP's global strategic plan, developing and overseeing the execution of talent strategies that align with AFP core values and strategic initiatives, and supervise the execution of AFP marketing and meetings functions, including AFP's annual conference.
"AFP is pleased to promote Jeff Glenzer and Patrick Culkin," said AFP President and CEO Jim Kaitz. "Their insights, talents and leadership are an enormous benefit to Association staff and our 16,000 members. This reflects AFP's commitment to our global strategy and I look forward to collaborating with them on future strategic endeavors."
The Association for Financial Professionals (AFP), headquartered outside Washington, D.C., serves a network of more than 16,000, members with news, economic research and data, treasury certification programs, networking events, financial analytical tools, training, and public policy representation to legislators and regulators. AFP is the daily resource for the finance profession (www.afponline.org).
AFP's global reach extends to over 150,000 treasury and financial professionals worldwide, including AFP of Canada; London-based gtnews, an on-line resource for the treasury and finance community; and bobsguide, a financial IT solutions network.
SOURCE Association for Financial Professionals