ARORA, Arkansas’s largest organ procurement organization, promoted Tasha Flowers to Chief Finance Operating Officer (CFOO). She was hired as the nonprofit’s Director of Finance and served in that position for five years before being named Director of Finance and IT in 2022.
Flowers holds a Master of Business Administration degree and a Bachelor of Accounting degree from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. In addition to her formal degrees, she has earned several certifications, including Certified Public Accountant, Certified Global Management Accountant and a certification in not-for-profit accounting from the American Institute for Certified Public Accountants.
Flowers’ commitment to her work in the field of organ, tissue and eye donation began when her uncle, Mr. Sam Owens, received a kidney transplant. With this passion in tow, Flowers works diligently to develop innovative ways to oversee and manage ARORA’s finances to ensure optimal resources are available to honor the donation decisions of donors and donor families ARORA serves.
Along with operations functions, Flowers will continue to apply her more than two decades of financial expertise to ethically and continuously support ARORA’s mission to restore lives through the recovery of organs and tissues for transplant.
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