New CFO at Trinity Wall Street.
Stacy R. Brandom has been named chief financial officer and executive vice president of Trinity Wall Street.
Brandom will oversee Trinity's offices of Corporate Controller, Real Estate Finance, Treasury and Investments, Strategic Human Resources and Planning, Technology Information Systems, Facilities and the Trinity Conference Center.
The chief financial officer and executive vice president is a member of Trinity Wall Street's senior executive team, guiding the development and management of asset alignment strategies to ensure a balance between real estate and endowment investments, in order to achieve strategic goals that support Trinity's mission.
"A recognized leader in finance, Stacy Brandom has a distinguished record of achievement and we look forward to her accomplishments as part of Trinity's senior executive team," said the Rev. Dr. James H. Cooper, rector of Trinity Wall Street.
Prior to joining Trinity, Brandom was the chief financial officer and managing director for Citi Smith Barney. Before that, she worked for JPMorgan Chase for 21 years. Most recently she was the managing advisor for Brandom Advisors, LLC providing financial advice to individuals, families and small businesses.
Brandom earned an M.B.A., Finance and Marketing, from J. L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL anda B.B.A., Accounting and Information Systems, from University of North Texas, Denton, TX.
She succeeds Steven Duggan, who is retiring from professional life after six years with Trinity Wall Street.