Teresa S. Polley was appointed president of the Financial Accounting Foundation (FAF) in May 2008, and was subsequently promoted to the role of President and chief executive officer in 2010. She brings over 20 years of experience with FAF and the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) to the position.
Prior to her appointment, Ms. Polley served as executive director of Advisory Groups for the FASB. In this role, she was primary liaison between the Board and its constituent organizations that provide input into its decision-making processes.
Mary P. Crotty was appointed Chief Operating Officer of the Financial Accounting Foundation in November 2014. In this role, Ms. Crotty manages the Foundation’s business operations, including technology, finance, publications, and other key business activities. She brings to her role an extensive background in corporate operations and governance.
Ms. Crotty joined the FAF team from Bank of America, where she was a managing director and, for four years, leader of the Corporate Compliance and Regulatory Relations groups. Prior to that, she held a variety of roles, including global compliance risk chief operating officer and business support executive in Global Markets and Global Research.
Mr. Auchincloss was appointed vice president, general counsel, and assistant secretary by the Financial Accounting Foundation (FAF) in May 2016. In this role, Mr. Auchincloss has overall responsibility for the FAF’s legal and compliance functions and will provide strategic legal advice and guidance to the FAF, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB), and the Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB).
Mr. Auchincloss has deep experience with nonprofit governance, tax, and regulatory issues. Prior to joining the FAF, he served as general counsel and secretary for Commonfund, a private, nonprofit asset management firm.
Mr. Broder was appointed vice president, public affairs by the Financial Accounting Foundation (FAF) in June 2016. In this role, Mr. Broder has overall responsibility for FAF, FASB, and GASB communications, external relations, and government affairs activities—including executive, internal, social, and web-based communications.
Mr. Broder brings extensive communications experience to the FAF. Prior to joining the FAF, he served as vice president, Corporate Communications for Daymon Worldwide, a global leader in consumables retailing. There, Mr. Broder was responsible for all internal, external, and digital communications for the private-branding firm’s U.S. operations.
Bob Kalina has served the Financial Accounting Foundation (FAF) as vice president of human resources since January, 2009. Prior to that, he was the director of human resources, a position he held since August 2007. Bob was hired by the Foundation in February 2007 as project manager for the XBRL Taxonomy project.
Prior to joining the Foundation, Bob was vice president, human resources and business operations for DSL.net, Inc. from 2000–2007. Previously, Bob was Vice President, Logistics for Staples Communications, Inc. from 1997–2000. From 1983 to 1997, he worked at TIE Communications, Inc., where he served as Corporate Vice President of Engineering and Operations from 1990–1997.
Kim Petrone is chief of staff of the Financial Accounting Foundation (FAF). Appointed to this role in October 2014, Ms. Petrone assists the FAF president & chief executive officer in the planning and coordination of various administrative, oversight, and strategic activities. She also oversees the FAF’s post-implementation review (PIR) function.
Previously, Ms. Petrone was director of the FAF PIR team, and a member of the FASB staff from 1989 to 2010. Before joining the FASB staff, Ms. Petrone was a corporate accounting and financial reporting manager with Savin Corporation, and an accounting and tax reporting supervisor with AMAX Inc.