Financial Officers, Nonprofit and Social Impact

Chief Financial Officer

  • Whitman-Walker
  • Washington, DC

This position has been filled.


Whitman-Walker envisions a society where all persons are seen for who they are, treated with dignity and respect, and afforded equal opportunity to health and wellbeing.

Through care, advocacy, research, and education, we empower all persons to live healthy, love openly, and achieve equality and inclusion. For nearly 50 years, we have been meeting the needs of our communities with the endless dedication of our diverse teams.


As a federally qualified health center, we offer integrated and affirming community-based health and wellness services to all with a special expertise in LGBTQ and HIV care. We strive to be responsive to current and emerging health care needs within the communities we serve.


Whitman-Walker Health System is a community health system committed
to advancing social justice and equality through health. Formed to support and advance the mission and purposes of Whitman-Walker through a more diversified and financially sustainable business model, the Health System oversees and addresses critical system-wide issues and manages the activities of Whitman-Walker Foundation, Whitman-Walker Institute, and WWHS Real Property Holdings.

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The Chief Financial Officer is responsible for the overall management of all financial, Information Technology (IT), and Facilities for Whitman-Walker Health, Whitman-Walker Health System, and related entities: Whitman- Walker Institute, Whitman-Walker Foundation, and WWHS Real Property Holdings.

The CFO is also responsible for ensuring accurate reporting related to all Whitman-Walker entities and for preserving appropriate segregation of financial systems of Whitman-Walker Health, Whitman-Walker Health System, and related entities. The CFO is also responsible for the direct management of Information Technology and Facilities. Duties include day to day management of a diverse and dynamic team, financial reporting and analysis, cash management, budgeting, internal accounting controls and policies, regulatory compliance, and annual audit support. For management of IT and Facilities, duties include extensive vendor management, facility considerations as part of larger asset distribution and oversight, and assurance of appropriate information security protocols. The CFO is part of a team devoted to the health and wellness of the communities served by Whitman-Walker. The position reports dually to CEO of Whitman- Walker Health and CEO of Whitman-Walker Health System.

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