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Roger C. Myers, Jr., MBA, CPA

Chief Financial Officer

Roger C. Myers, Jr., MBA, CPA, joined CFP Board as Chief Financial Officer in November 2011. In this role, he oversees CFP Board's Finance, Information Technology and Operations functions.

Mr. Myers brings to CFP Board significant nonprofit accounting and finance experience, as well as strategic business planning and operational management. Previously, he served as Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer, for the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) where he managed all aspects of financial and accounting functions. Over the past 29 years, he advanced through the ranks of finance and accounting positions with AOPA, beginning as an Accountant, then, Controller, to CFO. He has extensive experience with financial controls, financial and budgetary analysis, process and productivity improvement, as well as development of annual strategic management and operational plans, and alignment of resources in support of organizational goals and objectives.

Mr. Myers earned his Master of Business Administration (MBA) and Bachelor of Science (BS), Accounting, degrees from Mount Saint Mary's College, Maryland. He maintains professional memberships in AICPA, Maryland AICPA, ASAE, and the Association for Financial Professionals.

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