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Boston Arts Academy Foundation Appoints Cohasset Resident Whitney Robbins Griffin as Chief Financial and Operating Officer
Boston Arts Academy Foundation Appoints Cohasset Resident Whitney Robbins Griffin as Chief Financial and Operating Officer
Boston Arts Academy Foundation Appoints Cohasset Resident Whitney Robbins Griffin as Chief Financial and Operating Officer

Published on: 06/21/2024

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June 21, 2024 By The Boston Arts Academy Foundation

The Boston Arts Academy Foundation is pleased to announce the appointment of Cohasset Resident Whitney Robbins Griffin as its new Chief Financial and Operating Officer (CFOO).

As a pivotal member of the senior leadership team, Robbins Griffin will work with the Foundation’s President and CEO, and Board, with specific responsibility for financial management and strategy, human resources, and compliance. She also will work to increase efficiency of all operational aspects of the BAAF.

Robbins Griffin additionally will lead the organization’s annual auditing process through comprehensive financial and accounting oversight, ensuring the collective success of the Foundation and paving the way for a brighter future for the students. “I’m thrilled to join the BAAF team,” Robbins Griffin said. “It is a privilege to support the students at the Boston Arts Academy and to work to ensure that they have access to high-quality learning experiences and can further develop their passion for the arts,” she said.

A graduate of Babson College, Robbins Griffin brings many years of nonprofit leadership experience. She has held Executive Director and Vice President of Finance and Administration roles, where she provided strategic leadership and led fundraising, finance, operations, and human resources functions. She has also managed financial consulting engagements for a diverse portfolio of nonprofits, helping organizations to navigate moments of change, challenge, and opportunity.

“We are confident in Whitney’s extensive business and finance background and firmly believe she will be a great asset to our team,” said Boston Arts Academy Foundation President and CEO Denella Clark. “Given her previous work with nonprofits, which focused on empowering leaders and educators, I am convinced her deep-rooted passion for helping children will create long-term success for our organization and, more importantly, the students at the Boston Arts Academy.”

News Source : https://cohassetanchor.com/boston-arts-academy-foundation-appoints-cohasset-resident-whitney-robbins-griffin-as-chief-financial-and-operating-officer/

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