The Arizona Community Foundation’s board of directors elected Armando G. Roman, Scottsdale-based certified public accountant, to the board.
Roman was elected during the board’s September meeting and began his term immediately. ACF Board members serve three-year terms, renewable up to two times.
“Armando’s extensive experience in the financial sector make him a tremendous asset for the Arizona Community Foundation,” Robbin Coulon, chair of the ACF board of directors, stated in the release.
Roman is CEO of Axiom Financial Resources, a family office that helps founders of family-owned businesses preserve their American success story. Axiom was founded in 2001.
“Our clients are people of faith, family people, first-generation wealth, people who want to make a lasting difference in their families and in Arizona, and have the financial capacity to do so,” Roman stated in the release.
Roman also currently serves as chairman of the Investment Committee of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Phoenix and is a former commissioner of the National CPA Financial Literacy Commission associated with the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
He has been a governing council member of the AICPA and chairman of the Arizona Society of Certified Public Accountants. Roman holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting and finance from the University of Arizona and an MBA from Drexel University.
“His unique professional experience combined with his knowledge of and passion for Arizona will make him a very valuable board member, especially given the importance of our relationships with wealth managers,” Coulon stated.
Additionally, Roman and his wife Jennifer have been married 28 years and have three adult children, two sons and a daughter.
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