Board of Trustees Announcement
New Chief Financial Officer
After a comprehensive search, it is my pleasure to announce that Anne Long has accepted my invitation to serve as Jesuit High School’s next Chief Financial Officer (CFO) beginning July 1, 2018.
Anne is currently the CFO at Caltronics Business Systems, Sacramento, California, a responsibility she has held for 15 years. In this capacity, Anne has been responsible for the financial, accounting, risk management and human resources areas of the company. Her duties align perfectly with the CFO role at Jesuit; she brings an open and honest style of communication with a belief that dialog and collaboration between all departments will bring success to the mission of our school.
Anne received her Master’s degree in Business Administration from Golden Gate University in San Francisco and a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from California State University, Sacramento. Over the years, Anne has been an active member of the Catholic/Jesuit Community. She served on the Finance Council for the Diocese of Sacramento and is an active member of the Finance Council for Saint Ignatius Parish. Additionally, while her boys attended Jesuit, Anne and her husband Denis volunteered in many capacities for the school, including Anne’s role of Treasurer with Loyola Guild.
After Jesuit, her older son, Chris ’11, attended UCLA and is currently finishing his second year of medical school at UC San Diego. Her younger son, Adam ’14, will be graduating from Cal Poly, SLO, with a degree in Construction Management from the College of Architecture and Environmental Design. Adam has received an offer to work for Swinerton Builders in San Francisco in the fall.
Anne shared her motivation for applying for the position as Jesuit’s CFO, noting that “I am honored and grateful to be chosen to help Fr. McGarry advance the mission of Jesuit High School. As Jesuit parents, my husband and I witnessed the dedication of the faculty in providing an exceptional academic education with emphasis on preparing students morally, religiously and mentally for their future endeavors. I am thrilled to be a part of this.”
Let us pray for Anne as her responsibilities come to an end at Caltronics and commend her future endeavors at Jesuit High School to the Lord. We have so many reasons to be grateful as a school community and so much to look forward to in the years to come as we strive to create a new generation of Men for Others.