Neptune-based Fulfill recently said that a senior finance professional with food bank experience, André Solomon, is the new chief financial officer of the nonprofit.
“André comes to Fulfill with more than 20 years in finance operations for nonprofits. He has a proven track record of mission-driven leadership in budget planning. We are confident in André’s expertise in financial analysis to identify opportunities for process improvement, cost reduction and funding development,” Fulfill CEO and President Triada Stampas stated.
Solomon has been leading financial operations for mission-driven organizations for most of his career. Before joining Fulfill, he was vice president of client services at Brand K Partners and director of finance at the Community Food Bank of New Jersey, and is board treasurer of Affinity Credit Union Foundation. He was also CFO at Talley Management Group, a nonprofit management company, where he managed the financial affairs of 20 nonprofits. In addition to food banks and associations, he has led day-to-day financial operations for several faith-based organizations and served on the boards of Hope for New York and Future Possibilities.
“Nonprofits are my passion, and I am grateful to have the opportunity to utilize my financial skills at Fulfill to make a difference in the lives of those in need at the Jersey Shore. There is nothing more rewarding than helping others, and I look forward to being part of the mission to fight hunger once again,” Solomon added.