Brian Depolo named one of the Top 25 CFOs of San Francisco for 2023!

Brian Depolo Chief Financial Officer, Hart Howerton

Finance and Investing is pleased to announce The Top 25 CFOs of San Francisco for 2023. Dubbed as “The Golden Gate City,” San Francisco is usually known for its rich and diverse history, landmarks, and colorful neighborhoods. But its robust technology sector also comprises some of the largest technology companies in the world, boasting famous venture capital firms, a thriving startup scene, and a hub for other prominent industries, including finance, tourism, and media production. Many of our award recipients hold executive finance positions at companies such as QuantumScape, Discord, Springboard, Quora, and TaskRabbit, contributing to the economic growth of not only San Francisco, but of California and the U.S. as well.

Among this year’s awardee is Warren Jenson, the President, Chief Financial Officer, and Executive Managing Director of International at LiveRamp. He was recently recognized for his visionary leadership by Institutional Investor Magazine, naming him one of the Best CFOs in America. Awardee Charles Bracher, Chief Financial Officer of Grocery Outlet, oversaw the company’s successful $435 million IPO. Also awarded is Lisa Pantages, Chief Financial Officer of San Francisco Giants, who has spent 19 seasons with the organization.

Please join us in celebrating the accomplishments of The Top 25 CFOs of San Francisco for 2023.

Brian Depolo is the Chief Financial Officer of Hart Howerton, an award-winning global design firm headquartered in New York and San Francisco. Depolo has helped lead the firm for the past 21 years overseeing finance, accounting, tax, HR, IT, DT, and office management. Last year he led the firm’s transition to becoming a certified BCorp and helped achieve a WELL Health-Safety Rating, along with leading the firm’s ISO and DEI initiatives.

Prior to joining Hart Howerton, he was the CFO of and was a Senior Vice President at Sony. He started his career at Ernst & Young. Depolo graduated from the University of the Pacific’s Eberhardt School of Business.

See the full list in Finance and Investing.