Finance

Leading Through Change and Business Partnering

As finance leaders, we continue to evolve our thinking on how we strategically partner with the business and approach work behind the scenes. With the ever changing competitive and regulatory landscape, shifting focus is critical to continued success.  How do we transform our role as Finance Partners to provide a true value proposition to the organization? Leading change through a Finance organization deeply rooted in history is not easy but is often necessary to enable the businesses we support to survive changing marketplace dynamics. This session outlines how to approach and overcome obstacles during transformational change. 

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Jennifer Rhodes Reilly
Vice President, Finance
At TIAA, Jennifer set the multi-year strategy across sales, operations and pricing in accordance with multi-year financial plan and ensures execution towards that vision. She focuses on establishing clear connections between the marketplace benchmarks and internal and external dynamics to move the business to a more competitive position. Prior to her current role, she was the CFO (Chief Financial Officer) and strategic finance leader for two major functions at TIAA (CSG or TIAA Operations) and Plan Pricing. These two groups were strategically brought together to enable profitable client growth. Before joining TIAA in 2008, Jennifer was the Vice President of Accounting for US Land Investments, a national real estate investment firm. As the Vice President of Accounting and a key member of the Senior Leadership Team, Jennifer oversaw the complete function and administration of Accounting Operations, investor reporting and land acquisition analysis. Jennifer has a B.A. degree in Business and Accounting from Belmont Abbey College (2001). She is a North Carolina CPA (Certified Public Accountant) and a CGMA (Chartered Global Management Accountant). Jennifer serves on the Advisory Board of Directors for CFO Publishing (2015) and serves on the Board of Directors and Development Committee for Parkinson Association of the Carolinas (2016). Jennifer also services on the Board of Directors for the First Tee of Charlotte (May 2016).

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