Ms. Pollock was honored at an award ceremony on November 6 at the Omni William Penn Hotel.
The CFOs of the Year are selected yearly by the Pittsburgh Business Times to honor chief financial officers who have displayed exemplary performance in the area of corporate financial stewardship. Nominees came from for-profit, non-profit, and publicly owned companies from a variety of industries.
Ms. Pollock was nominated on the basis of her dedication, visionary leadership, contribution to the organization’s growth, unwavering commitment to the mission of Emmaus, and volunteer work in the community. She has been CFO at Emmaus, an organization serving individuals with intellectual disabilities and autism, for six years. She worked in other areas of the organization before moving to the Financial Department.
Since Ms. Pollock became CFO, Emmaus has tripled its operating budget, expanded its programs, and launched new services to meet the needs of individuals with disabilities in the community.
Emmaus is a non-profit organization that provides permanent homes, respite care, and advocacy to people with intellectual disabilities and autism. Emmaus offers programs in South Side, Brookline, Dormont, Mt. Lebanon, and Scott Township.