Greater Irvine Chamber’s Sandra Crouch Nominated for OC Business Journal’s CFO of the Year Award
Wednesday, November 28, 2018
Sandra Crouch, CPA, the controller for the Greater Irvine Chamber, has been nominated by colleagues for the Orange County Business Journal’s 2018 Chief Financial Officer of the Year Award in the category of controller.
“I’m humbled and grateful to work with a professional staff and leadership that recognizes the value of the foundational work necessary to make an enterprise successful,” Crouch said.
Since joining the Chamber staff in 2014, Crouch has handled financial affairs for the Greater Irvine Chamber of Commerce including the organization’s Business and Economic Development, Destination Irvine, Greater Irvine Education Foundation, and Prosperity Political Action Committee. She has been part of the team that significantly improved accounting processes, resulting in the highest level of transparency, judicious spending, and committee oversight.
“Sandra consistently demonstrates her unequivocal commitment to the fiscal strength of this organization. Her attention to detail is remarkable and her ethical standards are beyond reproach. The Greater Irvine Chamber is well-served by her professionalism and skill,” said Bryan Starr, President and CEO, Greater Irvine Chamber.
Active in the community, Crouch has volunteered on the Olive Crest Safe Families for Children Advisory Council for eight years and is a member of Woodbridge Community Church, serving on its leadership, welcome, and worship teams.
She earned a Bachelor of Science in accounting, magna cum laude, from the University of New Orleans and is a Licensed Certified Public Accountant in California and Louisiana.
For more information about the Chamber, visit GreaterIrvineChamber.com.
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