Pat Tietbohl joined Architectural Heritage Foundation in January 2006 to handle financial activities and currently serves as its CFO. Her responsibilities encompass financial affairs, including internal control, and certain administrative matters for AHF and its affiliates. She develops various financial models for the company and is responsible for oversight of treasury, business analysis, accounting, corporate compliance (including debt service and corporate filings), payroll and other employee administration.
Pat's experience includes approximately twelve years as CFO for a diversified real estate firm that managed both SEC-regulated and privately held real estate investments, and provided development and property management services for residential, commercial, hotel, and retirement living types of real estate. In her role as AHF's CFO, Pat is a Senior Consultant with Accounting Management Solutions, Inc., a leading provider of outsourced and interim accounting and financial management professionals. Pat started her career with six years in public accounting, progressing to Audit Manager of a Big-8 Firm. She has also had her own financial consulting business providing services ranging from Contractual CFO to performing business valuation modeling for the sale of a major private corporation.
She has served as Board Member or Board Treasurer for several non-profit organizations since 1987, as well as serving on a number of committees providing financial expertise. She earned a Masters of Business Administration, Magna Cum Laude, from Babson College after graduating from St. Lawrence University, with a BS and double major in Psychology and Sociology.