Art Fatum retired several years ago following a long career combining for-profit and non-profit experiences. Since retiring, Art consults with a number of organizations, particularly those involved in affordable housing development and community financing. As a consultant, he also spent a year as Interim Chief Financial Officer for Low Income Investment Fund (LIIF). Art retired as CFO of MidPen Housing Corporation, one of the nation’s leading providers and managers of affordable housing. Prior to MidPen, Art spent seven years as CFO of LIIF, one of the nation’s foremost community development finance institutions (CDFI). His career began at GE culminating as co-Managing Director of GE Capital’s European leveraged buy-out business. He then served as CFO of Dun & Bradstreet’s business information group, then President of AT&T Capital’s $1B European equipment leasing business. Subsequently, he was CFO of two public companies in manufacturing and internet media, President of CNET International and then COO and CFO of a San Francisco-based media company. He then shifted his focus to the nonprofit sector at LIIF and MidPen Housing. Art has served on several non-profit and for-profit boards of directors.