Mark McLoughlin is the former CFO and COO of the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco. He brings to Pacific Environment decades of senior financial management and oversight in both for-profit and non-profit environments. Mark has extensive experience in strategic and annual planning, financial modeling, information systems, project management, reengineering and change-management, accounting, market research, capital expenditures, and joint venture/acquisition.
Mark was the Director of Finance and Administration at the Sierra Club, where he was responsible for all financial and business operations for its Conservation Department. Before joining the Sierra Club, he served as Director of Financial Planning & Analysis at The Gap’s Banana Republic Division, and before that he served as Director of Finance and Planning at Levi Strauss & Co., where he managed all planning, reporting, and performance analysis for the $4 billion Americas Group. Mark holds a BA from Ottawa University and an MBA from the University of San Francisco.