Kristin Cash-Holland '05 joined SUNY New Paltz as assistant vice president for development operations and chief financial officer of the SUNY New Paltz Foundation in December 2016.
Prior to her appointment at New Paltz, through a career spanning more than a decade, Cash-Holland has worked extensively with not-for-profit healthcare organizations and foundations. Cash-Holland served as bookkeeper for the Ulster County Community College Foundation while attending SUNY New Paltz, and as an auditor in the healthcare practice at Ernst & Young, where she counted some of the largest hospital systems in New York State among her clients.
Since leaving public accounting, Cash-Holland has focused on hospital and for-profit healthcare, including an appointment as the chief financial officer for the bankruptcy and sale of St. Francis Hospital. As the Controller of RestorixHealth, the second-largest wound care company in the United States, Cash-Holland oversaw financial operations during a period of double-digit growth.
Cash-Holland kept close ties with the New Paltz community following her graduation in 2005. She has served as a member of the Audit and Finance Committee for the New Paltz Central School district since 2009, and appeared as both a keynote speaker at the SUNY New Paltz Accounting and Finance Symposium in February 2013 and a panelist on at the College’s Women’s Leadership Career Summit in April 2016.