Joining the firm in 2013 as CFO, Jerry brought with him 16 years of A/E financial management, having worked with two highly-accredited design and architecture firms in San Diego. Previous operations and financial management positions in publishing (Boston/New York) and hospitality/ healthcare compelled him to pursue his accounting interests over more creative pursuits. Oddly, his first college scholarship was in voice and piano, though he says those talents have long been replaced by less creative, but more lucrative skills. Outside the office, Jerry’s interests return to the creative arts, such as live theatre and opera. Vacations are spent on the beaches of Mexico or Cape Cod, or working on his home. He prefers a well-chilled martini (top-shelf only) to wine or beer; and small, intimate parties with close friends and colleagues.
What are three things still left on your bucket list?
I haven’t a bucket list, because I try to be spontaneous; but I would like the opportunity to return to Rio one day for New Year’s … the first time was awesome!
If you could have any one superpower, which would you choose?
I already have super-powers.
Ketchup or Mustard?
I’d take salsa over ketchup or mustard.