McDermott + Bull has successfully placed Luther Flurry as the Chief Financial Officer at the Chinese-American Planning Council, Inc. (CPC). Luther will oversee the financial strategy and operations across CPC and its subsidiaries, ensuring the alignment of fiscal policies with the organization’s vision and mission. He will be responsible for crafting comprehensive budgets, streamlining financial statements, and spearheading financial planning to support CPC’s expansive community services.

Luther most recently served as Chief Financial Officer at Bridge Street Development Corporation, where he revitalized fiscal management and supported major tax credit projects. Prior, he was the Program Officer at the State of New Jersey’s Neighborhood Preservation Program, where he played a crucial role in distributing substantial grants for community enhancement.

The Chinese-American Planning Council, Inc., established in 1965, stands as the nation’s largest Asian American social services organization. CPC is dedicated to the social and economic empowerment of Chinese-American, immigrant, and low-income communities in New York. With a comprehensive array of services delivered across Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens, CPC upholds its commitment to nurturing and transforming communities through tailored, culturally sensitive programs.

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