PRLog - Aug. 6, 2014 - FORT MYERS, Fla. -- Goodwill Industries of Southwest Florida, Inc. has announced that Douglas A Stewart, CPA, CAM is the nonprofit agency’s new vice president of finance. He will replace the departing John Doramus, who filled the role for five years.
Doug Stewart, CPA, CAM, VP of Finance at Goodwill Industries of SW Florida, Inc.
“Doug has been a valued member of our leadership team here at Goodwill for more than a year,” says Goodwill President/CEO Tom Feurig. “We know that we’re in good hands with Doug at the finance department’s helm.”
Stewart joined the Goodwill (http://www.goodwillswfl.org)
Stewart brings more than 25 years of financial management and business operations experience to his new position. He has overseen financial operations in diverse industries, including business and consumer services, real estate, construction, manufacturing, retail, and banking. Locally, he has worked as director of financial planning at the Bonita Bay Group and President/COO of Forestry Resources, Inc.
At Goodwill, Stewart maintains financial oversight of 30 Retail & Donation Centers, vending and document destruction operations, the Goodwill L.I.F.E. Academy charter school, and other company operations.
"Goodwill does a lot of great things for numerous individuals in Southwest Florida, and I appreciate the opportunity to lend my experience in assisting the organization in its future growth and even greater impact,” says Stewart. “It is a true privilege to follow in the footsteps of an individual-- John Doramus-- whose years of service, selfless dedication and undying commitment have provided a substantial foundation for the organization for many years to come."
Stewart holds a B.S. in accounting from Pennsylvania State University, and is a member of the Rotary Club of North Fort Myers. Stewart has been a Southwest Florida resident for a decade. He resides in Fort Myers with wife, Karen, and daughters Ashley, Kaitlin, and Emily.
Goodwill Industries of Southwest Florida, Inc. operates 30 Retail & Donation Centers in Lee, Charlotte, Collier, Hendry, and Glades Counties to provide funding for its mission of helping people with disabilities and disadvantages by offering life-changing opportunities to achieve independence. Supported programs include Job-Link resource centers, small business training, youth mentoring, transportation assistance, income-sensitive housing for people with disabilities and senior citizens, and the Goodwill L.I.F.E. Academy Charter School.
For more information about Goodwill’s programs and services in Southwest Florida, please visit http://www.goodwillswfl.org.