The United Way of Tarrant County has announced Eric Marin as the nonprofit's new executive vice president and chief financial officer.

The background

Marin brings more than 25 years of finance and operational expertise, including the last 15 years within or consulting for the nonprofit sector, according to a June 26 news release. He most recently worked as the chief financial officer and chief strategy officer for Southwest Key Programs in Austin, a nonprofit that was responsible for providing medical, educational, sheltering and social services.

What they’re saying

“Eric Marin brings with him deep financial experience and strategic vision,” Leah M. King, United Way of Tarrant County's president and CEO, said in a news release. “We deeply value his personal and professional experiences and look forward to his commitment to stewarding the financial health of our organization.”

The details

Marin holds degrees from the University of Houston and Texas A&M University. He has served on several board positions and is currently on the advisory board for the College of Engineering at Texas A&M and is the treasurer for a nonprofit, Center for Minorities and People with Disabilities in Information Technology, according to a news release.