Vette Pope-Rogers, the chief financial officer for Children’s Trust, recently had a story published in the Journal of Accountancy, which is affiliated with the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

Pope-Rogers, CPA, CGMA, told the story of how Children’s Trust came to exist 10 years ago through the merger of a handful of child-serving nonprofit organizations. She described how Children’s Trust has continued to grow and thrive through the years after the merger to become the leading organization in the state focusing on the prevention of child abuse, neglect and injury.

Since joining Children’s Trust in 2010, Pope-Rogers has directed the finance and accounting functions, which increase the organization’s operational and financial capacity to benefit the children, families and communities of South Carolina. The retired U.S. Army officer previously worked as the controller and assistant controller at the South Carolina Education Lottery Commission for eight years.

Read the full story at the Journal of Accountancy