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PathPoint Welcomes New CFO Juliette Ugartechea

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(November 7, 2017) PathPoint announced the appointment of Juliette Ugartechea as Chief Financial Officer, responsible for the fiscal health and management of the nonprofit's $26 million annual operating budget.

Juliette will oversee finance, accounting, and information technology. Founded in 1964, PathPoint is dedicated to helping individuals with disabilities or vulnerabilities live successful, independent lives. The organization employs nearly 500 full-time and part-time staff, operates in 24 sites including community housing, and serves 2,300+ participants annually.

"Juliette brings a combination of outstanding analytical skills and organizational management to PathPoint," said Harry Bruell, PathPoint's President and CEO. "We look forward to her helping expand our capacity to support the amazing individuals we serve."

Juliette most recently held senior positions at Santa Margarita Catholic High School and Oxford Preparatory Academy Charter Schools in Southern California. In addition to her work in education, her career has included leadership roles in finance and business operations at nonprofit and start-up organizations. Juliette earned her Executive MBA at Pepperdine University.

"It's rewarding to use my expertise to support an organization that helps so many people," said Juliette.