SAN FRANCISCO--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Family Service Agency of San Francisco – the City’s oldest and largest outpatient treatment and social service provider is pleased to announce the recent promotion of Albert Gilbert III, who has assumed the role of Chief Operating Officer. Marvin L. Davis, has been appointed to Chief Financial Officer. In addition to operations, Gilbert will oversee all financial operations with responsibility for the CFO and Controller. He will continue to report to the CEO, Bob Bennett.
“Under Al’s watchful eye, we have increased the number of services available nearly two-fold, allowing many more men, women and children to access our innovative and transformative programs and services”
Gilbert joined FSA in 2004 as the CFO. His career experience in both financial and operational roles, 20 years of which were in “C” level positions, enabled him to serve as change agent for the organization. During his tenure at FSA, Gilbert made pivotal improvements reorganizing the Agency’s operating budget, designing and implementing a strategic plan for both management and staff development for over 300 employees, adding 200 volunteers to FSA’s roster, overseeing fiscal restructuring, auditing and compliance, and negotiating over $2 million in new grants and contributions. Under Gilbert’s fiscal leadership, FSA has more than doubled its budget reaching $17 million in 2013. Throughout his career, Gilbert has volunteered for numerous nonprofit organizations, serving as both board member and board director. Gilbert received an M.B.A. from Indiana University and a B.S. in Business Administration and Accounting from Ohio State University. Mr. Gilbert and his wife, who have one son, enjoy making the Bay Area their home.
“Under Al’s watchful eye, we have increased the number of services available nearly two-fold, allowing many more men, women and children to access our innovative and transformative programs and services,” explains CEO Bennett. “Al understands the complexity and sensitivity that surrounds the Agency’s work and plays a fundamental role in FSA’s continued success.”
About Family Services Agency of San Francisco (FSA)
Founded in 1889 by philanthropist and humanitarian Kitty Felton, FSA is the largest nonsectarian provider of outpatient treatment and social services in the City and County of San Francisco. Offering comprehensive, state of the art, evidence-based programs and services, including culturally sensitive mental health treatment provided in multiple languages at locations throughout the City, FSA provides services at no cost or on a sliding scale, offering family and individual counseling, family intervention, medical assessments, and mental health services for children, youth, couples, and families.
For nearly 125 years, FSA has developed innovative human service programs to address San Francisco’s most pressing social needs. FSA’s Felton Institute, brings together the nation’s best academics and clinicians to develop state of the art evidence-based practices, research and training in support of the Agency’s dynamic and innovative modalities of client-focused treatment and care.