Pathfinder International Welcomes New Chief Financial Officer, Mike Zeitouny
This week, Pathfinder International welcomes Mike Zeitouny as our new Chief Financial Officer. Mike has nearly 25 years of experience in the financial arena. His past roles include work for organizations including the Peace Corps, Habitat for Humanity International, the American Refugee Committee, and Jhpiego.
Mike possesses a strong track record of successful systems and process improvement, risk management, and management of significant organizational growth while maintaining high levels of financial control and performance. In 2010, Mike was named Chief Financial Officer of the Year by the Minneapolis St. Paul Business Journal.
“I am delighted to welcome Mike to Pathfinder,” said Pathfinder President and CEO Purnima Mane. “We are looking forward to working with Mike, who brings considerable experience and versatility to our organization.”
Mike also shared his excitement over joining Pathfinder and his upcoming goals.
"I'm excited to be part of an organization that is a leader in improving reproductive health and family planning around the world. Not only do we want to do good, but we want to do it well." -Chief Financial Officer Mike Zeitouny
"I believe that everyone should have access to medical care and an opportunity to contribute meaningfully to society, so I’m excited to be part of an organization that is a leader in improving reproductive health and family planning around the world," Mike said. "My goal is to remove the administrative barriers that may limit Pathfinder from fully achieving its potential, while at the same time managing an acceptable level of risk. Not only do we want to do good, but we want to do it well."
Mike is an alumnus of Aspen University in Colorado, where he earned his MBA, and of the University of Northwestern Ohio.
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