Goodwill San Antonio Names David Dauphine as Chief Financial Officer
SAN ANTONIO, TX - Goodwill Industries of San Antonio has named David Dauphine as the organization's Chief Financial Officer. Dauphine recently had been serving as interim CFO.
“For the past three months, David Dauphine has served as our interim CFO. I cannot thank him enough for his willingness to immediately serve as our CFO," said Kevin Bergner, CEO of Goodwill Industries of San Antonio. “During this time, he performed superbly and raised the level of coordination, transparency and problem-solving across the full spectrum of our financial matters. David's proven technical skill, leadership and passion for our mission make it clear he is well-suited to transition to be the Goodwill San Antonio Chief Financial Officer.”
Prior to joining Goodwill San Antonio in 2013 as Controller, Dauphine spent 18 years working for Girl Scouts of the U.S.A. at both the national and local levels; 14 years as the Chief Financial and Information Officer for Girl Scouts of Southwest Texas, and 4 years as a Business and Financial Consultant for Girl Scouts of the U.S.A. headquarters in New York City. He also served as the Controller for the San Antonio Symphony. Dauphine is a licensed CPA in the state of Texas and holds a bachelor’s degree in Accounting and Business Administration from St. Mary’s University.
To learn more about the positive impact Goodwill has made in San Antonio and the surrounding communities, visit www.goodwillsa.org.
About Goodwill Industries of San Antonio
Serving San Antonio since 1945, Goodwill San Antonio is a Section 501(c)(3) non-profit social enterprise that helps change lives through the power of work. When you shop or donate at Goodwill, you’re funding education, training and services to prepare people to find better jobs and build careers in diverse companies throughout the communities we serve. Together with the support of our generous community, partners and employers, Goodwill provides employment, job placement and related individualized services to nearly 25,000 individuals annually in South Central Texas. In addition to operating 20 retail stores, 34 donation stations and 12 Good Careers Centers in San Antonio, Kerrville, Laredo, New Braunfels, Seguin and surrounding areas, Goodwill operates three Good Careers Academies and manages 18 contracts for the U.S. government for services ranging from document management to grounds maintenance.