Risk at the NRA… “It’s such a significant part of what we’re doing for the future,” Emily Cummins, the risk manager of the National Rifle Association, says, enthusiastically describing the NRA’s charitable gift annuity program.
The focus of the NRA “is always on training, education, and safety of the next generation: the grandparents taking their grandkids out to learn to shoot safely and responsibly and to love the outdoors,” she said in an interview at the recent Risk and Insurance Management Society conference in San Diego.
Cummins, whose actual title is managing director of tax and risk management, began working on the NRA’s annuity when she was assistant vice president and planned giving adviser at Wachovia before the bank was acquired by Well Fargo in 2008. Read article.
CFOs on the move… Yelp has appointed Charles (Lanny) Baker to the top finance spot, effective May 9. Previously president and CEO of ZipRealty, he’s also a former CFO of that company, as well as of Monster Worldwide.
Gunther Plosch will join The Wendy’s Co. on May 2 and will become head of finance after a transitional period. He takes over for Todd Penegor, who is expected to become CEO upon the retirement of Emil Brolick at the end of May. Most recently, Plosch was vice president of global business services at Kellogg. See all…
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