Points of Light Names Lorraine Kelly as Chief Financial Officer & Corporate Secretary

Kelly Joins Leading Volunteer Service Organization

ATLANTA| Feb 1, 2018

Points of Light announced today that Lorraine Kelly is its new chief financial officer and corporate secretary. Kelly, who joined Points of Light in mid-November 2017, oversees the organization’s financial management strategy, human resources, operations and facility management.

“We are thrilled to welcome Lorraine Kelly to the Points of Light team. She is a results-oriented strategist and communicator with strong problem-solving skills, and a reputation for integrity in the financial community,” said Points of Light CEO Natalye Paquin. “Lorraine has developed a track record of leading by example in highly complex situations. Over the course of her career, she has successfully improved organizations’ financial and technology performance and increased productivity.”

Kelly previously served as chief financial officer at ASHINC Corporation. 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 experiences 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. Kelly has also held positions at Tatum LLCNovelis Inc.Verizon, and Parson Consulting LLC, among others.

Kelly 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. Kelly 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, Kelly 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.

“Throughout my career, I have volunteered with organizations and causes that were important to me,” said Kelly. “I am honored to join the Points of Light team, where I can have a greater impact supporting organizations and individuals around the world that are helping solve society’s greatest challenges through volunteerism, service and civic engagement.”

About Points of Light

Points of Light – the world’s largest organization dedicated to volunteer service – mobilizes millions of people to take action that is changing the world. Through affiliates in 250 cities and partnerships with thousands of nonprofits and corporations, Points of Light engages 5 million volunteers in 20 million hours of service each year. We bring the power of people to bear where it’s needed most. For more information, go to www.pointsoflight.org.

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