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Alison Wynne Named CFO of Crafton Tull

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Engineering firm Crafton Tull of Rogers on Wednesday announced the promotion of Alison Wynne to chief financial officer.

Wynne moves into the role formerly held by Jim Tull, who is now the company’s chief  strategy officer. 

Tull’s new role places focus on growing the firm organically and through mergers and acquisitions, the company said in a news release. Tull joined the firm in 1993. His late father, Lem Tull, co-founded Crafton Tull with Bob Crafton in 1963.  

“Alison has been fantastic for us and I know she will do an outstanding job as CFO,” Tull said in a statement. “I  have always worn many hats during my three decades with Crafton Tull, but this change allows me to focus on smart, strategic growth.”  

Wynne joined the company in 2022 as vice president of finance. Prior to joining Crafton Tull, she had a 16-year career in public accounting. Crafton Tull said Wynne is a certified public accountant and maintains technical expertise in financial reporting, GAAP, internal controls and specialized knowledge of accounting for employee benefit plans and employee stock ownership plans.

“I am grateful for our leadership team at Crafton Tull and for the trust they have in me,” Wynne said. “I look forward to continue working alongside Jim in his new role.”  

Crafton Tull President and CEO Matt Crafton said the change strengthens the company and will benefit its more than 300 employee-owners.  

As part of the reorganization, Crafton Tull promoted Dee Dee Carlile to vice president of finance. Carlile has served in various accounting roles with the firm for 27 years.  

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