RELEASE: The Doe Fund Names New Chief Financial Officer

NEW YORK, October 3, 2016–The Doe Fund announced the appointment of Anthony Mangione, CPA, to the post of Chief Financial Officer. He has assumed his role at The Doe Fund, a non-profit organization that has served formerly homeless and incarcerated men for more than 30 years, as of today. Mr. Mangione most recently served as Controller and Acting Chief Financial Officer at Breaking Ground, New York City’s largest provider of supportive housing. Previously, Mr. Mangione served as Audit Manager for international audit, tax, and advisory firm Grant Thornton.

As Chief Financial Officer, Mr. Mangione will oversee all aspects of The Doe Fund’s $61 million annual operating budget, including the revenue generated by its social enterprises. He will be a member of the organization’s executive team and report to Founder and President George T. McDonald.

“Our ability to best serve the thousands of men who come through our doors each year is dependent on exceptionally capable, caring staff,” said Mr. McDonald. “Mr. Mangione’s strengths in accounting and budgetary efficiencies, compliance, and operations, coupled with his commitment to non-profit work, make him an excellent and welcome addition to The Doe Fund. He will ensure that the organization rests on a strong financial foundation as we move into the next thirty years.”

Chairman of The Doe Fund’s Board of Directors, Mr. Craig Lucas of Nexus Asset, added, “Mr. Mangione’s experience across both for-profit and non-profit organizations will bring tremendous value to The Doe Fund as we continue to offer and enhance life-changing services for New Yorkers in need. His expertise in organizational finance at the micro and macro levels will help ensure financial health across The Doe Fund.”

In his new role Mr. Mangione will oversee all finance and accounting personnel.

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Founded in 1985, The Doe Fund provides life-transforming services for the homeless, the formerly incarcerated, disenfranchised youth, and people living with AIDS. The organization's flagship Ready, Willing & Able program has helped tens of thousands of individuals achieve permanent self sufficiency through paid work, transitional housing, and employment training.