Thomas Casalino is responsible for strategic leadership of ARC's financial activities, including monitoring and accounting of the company's financial performance to ensure that ARC meets its financial and liquidity requirements. He also provides administrative leadership for the legal department and serves as ARC’s Chief Compliance Officer.
Before joining ARC as Vice President of Financial Services and CFO in 2008, Casalino served as Vice President and Regional Director for CBIZ Risk & Advisory Services, providing consulting services in risk management, internal audit and Sarbanes Oxley compliance for a diverse set of clients. He also held executive and senior financial management positions at Circuit City, Capital One and Shawmut Bank subsequent to his formative experience in public accounting at Ernst & Whinney (now Ernst and Young).
Casalino earned his bachelor's degree from the College of the Holy Cross and holds Certifications in Public Accounting (CPA), Internal Audit (CIA) and the National Association of Corporate Directors.
It is a toss-up between the Canadian Rockies and Montepulciano in Tuscany, Italy. Stunning but wildly different views in both places.
My favorite travel experience was in southern Italy, where we drove from Sorrento to Ravello along the Amalfi Coast. The driving was teeth-grinding down the winding roads, but the view from Ravello overlooking the coast was extraordinary.
I had the fortune to sit next to Ansel Adams’ daughter-in-law, Jeanne Adams, on a trip to D.C., where she was speaking at a women’s leadership conference. She ran his master’s gallery for over 25 years and it was amazing to hear her talk about his work and her time at Yosemite.