Philabundance Appoints New Chief Financial Officer

News Source: Press Release

Philadelphia, PA, September 30, 2015 — Philabundance, the region’s largest hunger relief organization, is pleased to announce Mark Wilson as its new Vice President of Finance and Chief Financial Officer. Mark began his new position on September 16.

As Vice President of Finance and CFO for Philabundance, Mark will provide operational leadership and be responsible for the financial sustainability of Philabundance. In this role, he will oversee all company financial practices, direct financial strategy and manage external/internal audit activities. This is Philabundance’s top financial leadership position, directing the organization’s daily financial operating activities as well as supporting the implementation of its strategic plan and overseeing a team of five people.

Mark comes to Philabundance from the Westminster Theological Seminary where he was the VP of Finance and CFO. Prior to Westminster, Mark worked 10 years at AmerisourceBergen, a Fortune 25 provider of pharmaceutical services with over $100B in annual revenues, in a number of finance positions.

As a certified Public and Global Management Accountant accredited in Business Valuation by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Mark has significant experience in strategic planning, organizational reengineering, management reporting, metrics and budgeting and forecasting.

“I am both honored and excited to serve as the new CFO for Philabundance, an organization that serves 90,000 hungry people in our area each week, a third of whom are children. I believe that my experience in financial management, budgeting and strategic thinking will help Philabundance fulfill its mission of driving hunger from our communities today and ending hunger forever.”

Mark currently serves as Committee Chair for Cub Scout Pack 462 and is a Trustee at Delaware County Christian School, as well as an alumnus of Mississippi College and he received his MBA at Baylor University. He resides in Wynnewood, Pennsylvania with his wife Nathalie and three sons.

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