Beth Bull '80 Named Dallas 'CFO of the Year'

Beth Bull '80 Named Dallas 'CFO of the Year'

October 29, 2013

Beth Bull, senior vice president and chief financial officer of Communities Foundation of Texas and 1980 graduate of DePauw University, is the Dallas Business Journal's  "CFO of the Year" in the nonprofit segment.  (photo by Jake Dean)

"I'm a firm believer in 'you get what you measure,' however measuring the impact of nonprofit organizations can be challenging," Bull tells the publication. "CFT is continually looking at nonprofits in our community and how to evaluate the traditional, proven methods versus some of the newer, more innovative ways to solve problems."

Elizabeth Wolfe Bull majored in mathematics at DePauw and earned an M.B.A. from Northwestern University's Kellogg Graduate School of Management.  Before coming to the Communities Foundation she worked 26 years for Texas Instruments.

"I was accustomed to working for a company that is well-respected, highly ethical and a leader in its field," Bull states. "When I was contacted aboutectower dusk this role at CFT, I realized that this would be a great opportunity to combine my history of nonprofit involvement (as a volunteer) with an organization that is also well-respected, highly ethical and a leader in its field."

The full article is available to subscribers at the Business Journal's website.