WASHINGTON, June 17—Associated Builders and Contractors today announced P. Bianca Domally has joined the association as chief financial officer.
“ABC is thrilled to welcome Bianca to the team,” said Michael Bellaman, ABC president and CEO. “In addition to her nearly 35 years of financial experience, Bianca brings with her strong credentials, leadership, integrity and communication abilities to lead this top-performing association, its chapters and its affiliated organizations in stewarding our finances and formulating budgets well.”
In this role as CFO, Domally works alongside the association’s leadership to ensure ABC operates with purpose, vitality and relevancy in financial services in a way that is valued by ABC members, chapters and the overall construction industry. The new CFO will be a transformational leader in designing and deploying the financial framework for chapters and be their primary contact regarding nonprofit tax, accounting and related issues.
Domally is responsible for managing and directing the accounting, finance, facilities and risk management functions at ABC and its affiliated organizations, such as ABCPAC, the ABC Retirement and Savings Plan, the Construction Legal Rights Foundation, the Trimmer Construction Education Fund and ABC Services Corp.
“ABC’s passion for the construction industry and its people is palpable and drives me toward continued excellence,” said ABC CFO Bianca Domally. “I am honored to be part of this organization, and will, as always, bring my best self to the CFO role.”
Having served as a financial vice president, director, consultant and controller and other various leadership roles, Domally, a certified public accountant, brings to the association extensive financial understanding in the nonprofit sector, with demonstrated success in accounting, internal controls, financial reporting, regulatory and tax compliance, financial analysis, risk management and internal/external auditing. Prior to her time with ABC, Domally held financial leadership roles at organizations including the National 4-H Council, American Petroleum Institute, American Chemistry Council, American Public Power Association and KPMG.