Source: Louisville Business First
By Jason Thomas
Nazareth Home, a Louisville-based long-term care and rehabilitation organization, has announced that Sarah Askin has been hired as its new chief financial officer.
Askin will play an integral role in planning and forecasting the overall financial vision of the organization, a Nazareth Home news release stated.
“I’m honored to join such a reputable organization in the Louisville community,” Askin said in the release. “Nazareth Home’s mission of providing compassionate care for seniors aligns with my core values, and I look forward to contributing to the long-term growth and success of the organization.”
With more than 20 years working in public accounting, Askin brings significant experience from previous roles where she provided assurance and tax services to both small businesses and nonprofit organizations, according to the release. Askin was previously at Welenken CPAs for 24 years, according to her LinkedIn profile.
“We’re very excited to welcome Sarah to the Nazareth Home family,” Nazareth Home President/CEO Mary Haynes said in the release. “Sarah’s expertise will enable her to make an immediate impact as we continue to position Nazareth Home for a successful future in the ever-changing landscape of senior care. She is an excellent addition to our leadership team.”
Askin holds a bachelor’s degree with a concentration in accounting from Indiana University Southeast. She is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Kentucky Society of Certified Public Accountants.
Nazareth Home is one of the area’s largest aging care employers, ranking No. 9 in Louisville Business First’s latest research with 360 local employees in 2021, and operates two of the largest long-term care facilities in the area.