The independent selection panel of the 15th Annual Bay Area CFO of the Year Awards is proud to announce their 2021 Bay Area CFO of the Year Finalists across six categories. The Bay Area CFO of the Year Awards will be held at 6 p.m. on Thursday, September 23rd at the Hyatt Regency San Francisco (5 Embarcadero Center). Individual tickets include a cocktail reception, dinner, awards ceremony and post-event networking, and are available at cfoawards.org.
The full list of finalists as well as this year’s Hall of Fame winner are:
2021 Winner, Hall of Fame – Lifetime Achievement Award
Mark Hawkins, President & CFO Emeritus, Salesforce
Public Company – Large
Charles Bracher, Grocery Outlet
John Murphy, Adobe
Khozema Shipchandler, Twilio
Public Company – Small to Medium
Paul Auvil, Proofpoint
Drew Hamer, Velodyne Lidar
Sandeep Nayyar, Power Integrations
Mona Heffernan, One Workplace
Chris Newman, Rodan + Fields
Jack Sexton, ALOM Technologies Corp
Rex Jackson, Chargepoint
Adriel Lares, Fastly
Alan Stewart, Shotspotter
Tony Duong, HealthRIGHT 360
Jared Leiderman, DRK Foundation
Mike McGee, CA Academy of Sciences
Gerard Griffin, Zynga
Howard Horn, Vir Biotechnology
David Stephenson, Airbnb
Please join us at the event on September 23 to find out who will win! Learn more about each of these CFOs by reading their bios on our 2021 Winners and Finalists page.
Now in its 15th year, the awards dinner on Thursday, September 23 is attended by hundreds Bay Area business executives and community leaders. All proceeds benefit Larkin Street Youth Services, the leading provider of housing, health services, job placement, and more to young people experiencing homelessness in San Francisco.
Business attire is recommended. To sponsor the Bay Area CFO of the Year Awards or for more information, visit cfoawards.org or call (415) 673-0911 ext. 306.
Thank you to our 2020 incredible sponsors who have remained committed to Larkin Street Youth Services during these challenging times. As Larkin Street strives to improve the lives of young people experiencing homelessness, these outstanding community partners have pledged to stand with us, so together we can fight racism and inequality.
In San Francisco, Black/African Americans comprise 6% of the total population but account for 29% of young people experiencing homelessness.
Youth of color (77%) and LGBTQ+ youth (46%) are disproportionately represented within young people experiencing homelessness.”