Hannibal L Brumskine II, is the Chief Financial Officer of The Executive Leadership Council. He is responsible for managing the overall financial actions of the organization. As a strategic partner to the President and CEO, he is actively involved in determining the best ways to develop The ELC’s financial infrastructure and practices to increase our impact through financial stewardship, investment management, tax advantages, and philanthropic efforts. He ensures that the ELC is fiscally sound, and coordinates necessary and appropriate financial, accounting, and statistical data.
Prior to joining The Executive Leadership Council, Hannibal served as Chief Financial and Operations Officer of the National Credit Union Foundation and more recently as Chief Financial Officer of Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service. He brings a wealth of experience from the international NGO space, having served as Director of Global Treasury/ Controller at PACT Inc., a $200 million international development organization and USAID implementing partner, operating in 25 countries. He also served in executive roles with several other philanthropic organizations, including Goodwill of Greater Washington, Special Olympics Inc., and Greater Washington Area Public Television (WETA and News Hour Productions LLC).
Mr. Brumskine is a Virginia licensed certified public accountant (CPA) with a BSc in Economics. He also holds executive leadership certificates from Harvard Law School, Georgetown University and Stanford Graduate School of Business.
He is an active board member of the National Coalition on Black Civic Participation and the Harvest Intercontinental Ministries Unlimited. He is passionate about improving the financial well-being of individuals, especially those in Black, Brown and immigrant communities.