Lorraine Kelly is the chief financial officer and corporate secretary of Points of Light, where she oversees the organization’s financial management strategy, human resources, operations and facility management.
Lorraine is a leader in the finance field and has led the global finance functions of two Fortune 500 companies. Prior to joining Points of Light in 2017, Lorraine served as chief financial officer at ASHINC Corporation, a group of 26 legal entities in the United States, Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean. As a consultant at Delaney Consulting LLC, she provided financial expertise to help Fortune 1000 and private companies achieve their goals. She brings a wealth of experience in finance, including profit and loss responsibility in her last four executive roles, as well as treasury, financial planning and analysis, budgets, tax and risk planning, and merger and acquisition management and integration. Lorraine has also held positions at Tatum LLC, Novelis Inc., Verizon, and Parson Consulting LLC, among others.
Lorraine has received numerous accolades for her professional work, including the Business Innovator - Best Executive Services, Georgia Award, presented by Corporate Vision Magazine, and she has been a finalist twice for the Leadership Character Award, presented by the Turknett Leadership Group. She has also taught as adjunct professor at Emory University for MBA programs, including classes on ethics and accounting.
Dedicated to her community and serving others, Lorraine has given her time and talent as a volunteer with a variety of organizations. She has served as a board member for the Partnership Against Domestic Violence and the Girl Scouts of Atlanta. She has volunteered as a mentor at the Girl Scouts Camp CEO and the Mercer University International MBA program.
Lorraine received a Bachelor of Arts degree in business studies with a concentration in accounting from Teesside University in the United Kingdom. She was awarded first-class honors for her thesis on implementing accounting systems. She earned her NACD Director Certification through University of Georgia’s Terry College of Business. She also completed ethics training, SEC courses, S-Ox and diversity training at University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business.