Carey, who is retiring
Bloom is currently senior deputy controller for management and chief financial officer for the
"As the current Chairman of NeighborWorks America and a long-time supporter of its mission, I am personally committed to its success, and I appreciate Tom sharing his considerable expertise and experience with NeighborWorks while they search for a permanent CFO,"
As acting CFO, Bloom is directly responsible for financial planning and budget forecasting. He is also responsible for the preparation and submission of the corporation's budget to its Board of Directors and to the
"Pete and Tom bring experience and leadership that are aligned with the NeighborWorks America mission and will enhance the ability of our organization to support and strengthen the ability of nonprofit organizations around the country to build stronger communities one household at a time," said Wehrwein.
Carey joined Self-Help in 1975 and held a variety of increasingly responsible positions within the company before becoming CEO in 1990. Among these were director of programs from 1986-1989 and program director for housing rehabilitation beginning in 1982.
In addition to holding the top position in a multi-million nonprofit organization that has developed more than 7,000 single- and multi-family homes. Carey was Mayor of
Prior to being named senior Deputy Controller at the OCC, Bloom was among the senior leadership at the agency and in the U.S. Treasury department, including interim CFO for the
Bloom has decades of experience in financial administration and management, having been assistant secretary for administration and CFO at the
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