Community Foundation of NCW Announces New CFO

kristyharris-boysThe Community Foundation of NCW is pleased to announce the hire of Kristy Harris as its new Chief Financial Officer. Kristy is replacing former Controller Judy Cleveland who has recently retired after 14 years of service.

Kristy joins the team with an extensive background in finance and accounting along with some familiarity with the Community Foundation. Most recently, Kristy worked in the Finance Department for Cashmere Valley Bank for the last 8 years. Prior to that, she held a CPA position at Cordell Neher & Company, including a few years participating on the audit team for the foundation. She graduated Cum Laude from Central Washington University with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting.

Kristy grew up in the Wenatchee Valley and has 6 siblings. After a short residency in Spokane, she returned to the valley to complete her education and begin her accounting career. She has three sons and two grandchildren and enjoys hiking, running, and spending time with her family.

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