Out of 79 total CFO Photo Contest entrants, we’ve narrowed it down to the top 10. These finalists received the most votes as of July 7.
Now it’s time to determine the final winner! Simply visit the CBIZ 2017 National CFO Photo Contest page and vote for your favorite photo and hobby by August 4.
The contestant with the most votes will be named the overall winner and will receive a summer vacation package, which includes a $350 hotels.com gift card, an Apple iPod Shuffle, a portable speaker and summer travel accessories.
Check out the inspiring photos and hobbies of the top 10 finalists below. We’re amazed at what CFOs do when they’re not in the office!
"Friends and long hikes are my happy place. In this photo we hiked about 12 miles from Crested Butte to Marion Bells, over a 12,000 ft pass and a ‘raging’ snow melt creek, okay, not that raging but it makes the story more adventurous.” – Christopher Wigley, The Center
“Winners at the 2017 Suncoast CPA Golf Scramble jumping for joy after entering for 6 years. Team comprised of CPA's playing other CPA Teams from the West Coast of Florida area.” – David Tottle, TSE Industries, Inc.
“Being Elvis in my daughter's dance recital” – Matt Monzo, The Tri-M Group, LLC
“Racing, Surfing, Kayaking; CFO Fun in the Sun!” – Robert Bendetti, Life Cycle Engineering
“Base Camp Everest, Nepal 17,594 feet above sea level” – Karina Woodman, Adolph and Rose Levis JCC
“Returning to the bay where I grew up at Pensacola Beach, Florida and still barefoot skiing at age 54.” – Mel Sansom, Harding University
“When I am not working, I'M WORKING...and smiling!!” – Ommid Bavarian, Lotus Innovations
“CFO by Day, Yogi by Night...” – Stephanie Paine, Healthbox Global Partners
“My daughter's softball team wins the district title!” – Anthony Sanchez, Accusoft Corporation
“CFO of a Community Bank by day, owner of a small liquor store by night. Some years ago I decided I needed a hobby. I was no good at golf, unlucky at gambling, and likely to get hurt playing sports. Daily I complete bookwork and check inventory.” – Russ McCort, Exchange Bank & Trust