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Strada is celebrating 20 Years of Designing with People in Mind® and is pleased to welcome Bonnie Culp to the firm as our new CFO/Controller. A collaborative, results-driven senior executive with more than 25 years of progressive finance leadership experience, Bonnie will be an integral part of Strada’s continuing success.
“The Leadership Team at Strada is thrilled to have found such a highly qualified, unique, intelligent and talented individual to be our new CFO/Controller. Bonnie has proven leadership and management skills and experience with national and international companies. She exudes the character and personality that is Strada. Bonnie joins our team at a strategic time in Strada’s history as we expand into our third decade of service!” – Al Cuteri, Founding Principal
As CFO/Controller of Strada, Bonnie is responsible for all of the company’s financial functions including accounting, reporting, corporate finance and external/internal relationship management. She is known for her team-oriented approach. Bonnie’s superpowers include progressive business leadership, strategy, profit management, acquisition and leading teams.
Before joining Strada in August 2020, she was the CFO/COO of Shapiro+Raj, a marketing research firm based in Chicago. Prior to that Bonnie served as the SVP Finance for the Epsilon Agency Services division of Epsilon and also spent 14 years at Havas Advertising, a global advertising company, as Group CFO for their Discovery division. Bonnie is a CPA with an established track record of positioning companies for profitability, growth and sustainability while implementing optimal best practices, policies and controls aligned with the company’s core business values and strategic objectives.
The future is bright at Strada. The firm is committed to turning visions to reality and helping to shape new places across the nation.
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