Borle named nonprofit CFO of the Year finalist
Ken Borle, vice president and chief financial officer for Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota (LSS), was recognized as a finalist for the Nonprofit CFO of the Year by Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal.
Borle leads Finance, Accounting, Information Technology and Property Management for the organization. Under his leadership, LSS has developed new budgeting and forecasting systems and processes, implemented stronger cash management and internal controls, developed a more robust IT infrastructure and invested in property and risk management.
Borle has also been integral to the organization’s expansion in affordable housing, financial counseling and services to persons with developmental disabilities, and helped to develop planning and financing for the Center for Changing Lives in Minneapolis.
“At LSS, we cherish trustworthiness. [Ken] delivers that through his professionalism and competence,” said Mark Peterson, president and CEO of LSS. “The integrity of our finance and accounting data are a reflection of that.”
LSS, headquartered in St. Paul, serves more than 100,000 Minnesotans yearly with operations in 300 Minnesota communities, and employs over 2,400 people. Information about services can be found at www.lssmn.org.