Central Virginia Electric Cooperative nominated Tina Mallia, vice president and chief financial officer, for the Virginia Business Chief Financial Officer awards.
Each year, Virginia Business presents awards to chief financial executives in five categories. Mallia was nominated in the large non-profit award category for her numerous achievements during her tenure, including her most recent role in the successful start-up of Firefly Fiber Broadband, a wholly-owned subsidiary of CVEC and $110 million fiber optic communication system project.
Mallia began working at CVEC in 2010 as accounting manager and was promoted to CFO in 2014. Her role includes oversight of accounting, finance, human resources, member services and corporate communications. As CFO, she has improved efficiency using newly created metrics to define areas for improvement, and restructured debt and corporate financing to improve margins and reduce future debt payments.
“CVEC is fortunate to have many great employees committed to serving our members. Tina Mallia is a great example of our efforts to attract the best and brightest talents to our cooperative, helping us meet our goal of delivering best in class services to our members,” Gary Wood, CVEC president and chief executive officer, said.
This is a partial article. Read the full story in The Central Virginian’s June 13, 2019 issue.