BOISE, IDAHO (April 30, 2020) — Fatty Liver Foundation today announced the appointment of Matthew J. Yust as Chief Financial Officer effective May 1, 2020. Yust will join the organization’s executive leadership team.
Yust joins Fatty Liver Foundation from PILnet, the global network for public interest law, where he served as Chief Financial Officer and oversaw the financial management operations for an $8 million annual budget. He previously served in other senior executive roles at non-profit organizations, including as Director of Finance and Operations at Global Business Coalition on HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria; Director of Finance and Operations at Clinton Foundation; Vice President and Chief Financial Officer at James Beard Foundation; and Chief Financial Officer at Family Care International.
“We are thrilled to welcome Matt to the team,” said Wayne Eskridge, Co-Founder and CEO of Fatty Liver Foundation. “His expertise will enable us to continue our focus on fiscal responsibility that is vital to support the growth of our operations and to best serve our mission to identify asymptomatic, undiagnosed Americans with fatty liver disease, and to educate them on the lifestyle changes needed to halt or minimize disease progression.”
About The Fatty Liver Foundation
The Fatty Liver Foundation is a non-profit patient organization dedicated to improving the identification, diagnosis, treatment & support of Americans with fatty liver, NAFLD or NASH through awareness, screening, education and patient outreach. The Foundation’s goal is to improve the lives of both asymptomatic and diagnosed patients by raising awareness, developing wellness screening, educating patients and championing the development of a responsive support systems for individuals of the growing epidemic of fatty liver disease.
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