NEW YORK, NY, June 9, 2020 – Parmila Phillips has been named Chief Financial and Administrative Officer of Shatterproof, a national nonprofit organization dedicated to reversing the addiction crisis across the United States.
Phillips brings to Shatterproof an extensive background in both nonprofit and for-profit finance and operations. Most recently, Parmila served as a senior consultant at CBIZ CMF since 2018, a management consulting firm. Previously, she was the Chief Financial and Operations Officer for the Insurance Information Institute.
“Parmila’s extensive background in both the for-profit and non-profit sectors will be invaluable in helping Shatterproof continue to be strategic, resourceful and judicious with regards to finance and operations, allowing Shatterproof continue to accomplish our goals and create systemic change in our country with regards to substance use disorder,” said Shatterproof Founder and CEO, Gary Mendell.
Phillips serves on the Senior Leadership Team and for Shatterproof. She oversees the daily financial operations and human resource functions of the organization by providing leadership, oversight, evaluation and direction for the financial performance of the organization through planning, organizing and directing the various control and human resource functions.
“I am joining Shatterproof in a time of uncertainty when human rights and social justice issues are shaping policies in healthcare. Shatterproof is about equitable access and innovation; I am excited to be part of a team committed to making a positive change,” said Phillips.
Parmila received her MSc, Accounting from Baruch College and her MBA, Corporate Finance and MSc, Management Strategy from the Thunderbird School of Global Management, Arizona State University. She will be based in New York City.
For more information about Shatterproof visit www.shatterproof.org.
Shatterproof is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to reversing the addiction crisis in United States by transforming addiction treatment, shattering stigma of addiction, advocating for federal and state policy change and payer reform, and supporting and educating the community.