Aelish Brooks Named Lehigh Valley Business’ 2019 CFO of the Year Award Finalist
Reading, PA – September 11, 2019: Aelish Brooks, Chief Financial Officer and Director of Human Resources for Good Life Companies, was named one of the 2019 CFO of the Year Finalists in the Private Company Category by the Lehigh Valley Business Journal. The award ceremony was held at a special reception on September 11, 2019 at DeSales University.
The prestigious CFO of the Year awards program honors the Greater Lehigh Valley's top financial executives at all levels who contribute the success of the region’s economic growth and stability. The 2019 winners were assessed and selected based on three criteria career achievements, impact of nominee’s contributions and leadership in other areas of management.
"I am very honored to be selected as one of the 2019 Lehigh Valley Business CFO of the Year finalists in the Private Company Category. To be recognized by Lehigh Valley Business as a member of this amazing group of successful business people is humbling. As the Chief Financial Officer and Director of Human Resources for Good Life Companies, I have had the opportunity to help the company grow from four companies to eleven companies and spearhead the planning, development and implementation of a 3 million dollar building project for our financial and physical wellness national headquarters,” said Brooks.
“Since joining Good Life Companies as one of the first hires in a company of four at the time, Brooks has grown into a core leader in the organization. In her time as Chief Financial Officer and Director of Human Resources, she has helped the company’s growth amassing revenues from 1.1 million at its start to a forecast of 50 million this year. She prides herself on being a contributor to the firms overall strategy and for helping Good Life continue to create jobs in middle America. She is an invaluable team member,” said Conor Delaney Good Life Companies Founder and Chief Executive Officer.
About Good Life
Good Life is driven to change the way in which financial products, services and advice are distributed to everyday clients in communities across the country. To stand out in an industry that has been largely commoditized, Good Life needs to be different to be great. Sometimes being different is not just about being focused on the financial services offered to clients or advisors, but it is about building an ecosystem and community that improves lives. The Good Life culture is centered around a vibrant, upbeat work environment where employees are encouraged to think freely, dress for their day, all while having a strong focus on overall financial health and physical wellness. For more information, visit GoodLifeCo.com and GoodLifeIA.com
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