Chief Financial Officer
Phil Parisi demonstrates his passion for the USO mission through his fiscal resolve to maximize the delivery of goodness to troops and their families. Parisi came to the USO in 2006 with more than 17 years of diverse financial leadership skills, including serving as the CFO of In2Books, Inc., a nonprofit education services company focused on children’s literacy.
Earlier in his career, he served as the executive director of finance at AOL, where he led the strategic financial planning efforts that resulted in the creation of five joint ventures valued at more than $400 million operating across eight international markets.
Parisi – the 2015 Nonprofit CFO of the Year – is a CPA, with a bachelor’s in business administration in public accounting degree from Pace University and a MBA from George Mason University.
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