The Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority selected Kristina M. Dixon to become its new Chief Financial Officer. Kristina replaces Tony Creed, who served as LAHSA’s CFO for a little under three years. Kristina started serving in her new role on Monday, May 3.
After guiding the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority through a time that saw its funding expand from $75 million to $400 million, Kristina Dixon moved on from serving as the agency’s Finance Director to become Managing Director and Chief Financial Officer of the Nonprofit Finance Fund.
After spending a year at NFF, Kristina is bringing this experience back to LAHSA as she takes up the role of chief financial officer for the agency.
Kristina considers herself an activist CFO who brings a unique perspective as a Black woman in finance into every organization she’s worked with, orienting around a framework centering policies, procedures, and processes in equity that align with strategy, not just with the business.