U.S. Port Appoints Bob DeAngelis as CFO

Press Release
Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Robert DeAngelis: Photo credit Port of San Diego

The Port of San Diego appoints Robert "Bob" DeAngelis as Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer with immediate effect.

DeAngelis will begin his new role immediately, overseeing Financial Services and Accounting as well as the Port's Business and Information Technology Services. He succeeds Jeff McEntee, who is retiring in May after 25 years of stellar service with the Port of San Diego, having held the CFO/Treasurer role since 2001.

The Port conducted a nationwide search for this key position and considered a highly qualified pool of applicants before making this appointment.
DeAngelis is moving to San Diego from Utah, where he was a Senior Vice President, Operations Reporting at Teleperformance, an international business provider of customer service and technical support. His prior experience included CFO for a Teleperformance subsidiary, Vice President, Finance for Dexpo.com and working at one of the "Big Four" accounting firms, KPMG, all in the Philadelphia area.

"I am happy to welcome Bob DeAngelis as a key member of the executive leadership team," said President and CEO Wayne Darbeau . "We were impressed with his experience leading finance and operations for domestic and international companies, both publicly and privately held. I'm confident that with his proven ability to lead and manage in a world of constant change and increasing complexity, he will build on Jeff McEntee's outstanding performance record of prudent and disciplined stewardship of the Port's financial resources while bringing ideas for more innovation and enterprise success in an increasingly interlinked regional and global economy."
 


 

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