Morgan joins 9 different Automobiles for Change board members devoted to fulfilling the group’s mission to empower households and people with monetary challenges to realize financial and private independence by automotive possession and technical coaching.
HALETHORPE, Md. (PRWEB)
August 25, 2020
Baltimore-based nonprofit, Automobiles for Change, Inc. (VFC), welcomes Tysheba Morgan, MBA, Bank of America’s senior vice chairman of economic controls and governance to its board of administrators. She joins 9 different VFC board members devoted to fulfilling the group’s mission to empower households and people with monetary challenges to realize financial and private independence by automotive possession and technical coaching.
Morgan brings greater than twenty years of progressive expertise in accounting, finance, operational danger administration, audit and controls. In her present place with Bank of America, Morgan is liable for making certain compliance, assessing dangers, evaluating remediation progress and gathering different vital insights on enterprise actions associated to the monetary establishment’s monetary controls and governance. She seems ahead to leveraging her revolutionary problem-solving strategies to assist make a distinction for these served by VFC who’re cyclically burdened by generational poverty.
“Tysheba is a fierce advocate for those in our communities who need a helping hand or second chance to find success in life,” stated Martin “Marty” Schwartz, VFC’s president. “We know her decades of experience and commitment to our cause will go far when it comes to achieving our mission.”
All through her profession, Morgan has labored at numerous Fortune 100 and 500 organizations, together with Exelon Company in Baltimore, Md., the place she served because the senior accounting supervisor within the technology and wholesale commodities enterprise. She began her profession on the Dow Chemical Firm serving in positions of accelerating accountability in inner audit, finance, and accounting.
“It is an honor and a privilege to be a part of Vehicles for Change’s mission to help families and individuals, regardless of their background or history, become self-sufficient and independent,” stated Morgan. “I look forward to lending my expertise toward supporting the organization’s vehicle award program, where low-income families are awarded affordable transportation, and its automotive re-entry program, where formerly incarcerated men and women are trained to be auto mechanics, in any way I can during my tenure with the board.”
Morgan additionally serves as director of the Nationwide Affiliation of Black Accountants, Inc., the place she chairs the scholar member companies committee. She has additionally held titles as Baltimore Chapter President and Jap Area Scholar Convention Co-Chair. Morgan earned each her post-graduate and undergraduate levels of enterprise administration in finance from Howard College in Washington, DC. She additionally turned a Licensed Public Accountant (CPA) and Licensed Inside Auditor (CIA) whereas working within the career.
For extra details about Morgan, contact Patrick Seidl, Fallston Group’s strategic communications supervisor, at 410-420-2001 or Patrick.Seidl@fallstongroup.com.
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