McDermott + Bull has successfully placed Anthony Fullington as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) at the Chinese-American Planning Council (CPC). In this role, Anthony will serve as a member of the leadership team and oversee all fiscal operations for CPC and its subsidiary organizations. He will be responsible for developing and executing a financial strategy in support of the organization’s vision and mission. He will also ensure that CPC’s fiscal policies are implemented, the overall budget of the company and its subsidiaries are monitored and followed, and the financial obligations of all subsidiaries and programs are met. 

Anthony brings more than 20 years of nonprofit financial management and accounting experience to CPC. In his most recent position, he served as CFO and Senior Executive Leader of Financial Strategy for United Way of Long Island. Prior, he worked for companies such as The Global Hunger Project, New Israel Fund, and Gay Men’s Health Crisis and Sanctuary for Families. Anthony holds a Bachelor of Arts in accounting from York College and Master of Business Administration in taxation from St. John’s University. 

Founded in 1965, the Chinese-American Planning Council is one of the largest nonprofit providers of educational, social, and community services for Asian-Americans in the United States. It now services over 8,000 people daily through its more than 50 programs at over 30 locations citywide. 

This executive search was completed by McDermott + Bull Partner Sue Waterbury, Senior Executive Recruiter Allison Cox, and Senior Research Associate Josh Nichols.