The New Gold Standard in Basketball: Golden State Warriors CFO Jennifer Cabalquinto at the Forum

Lecture | October 4 | 7-8:30 p.m. |  TBA

 Jennifer Cabalquinto, Golden State Warriors

 The Berkeley Forum

Winning three national championships in four years is no easy feat, not only for a team’s athletes but also for its front office. Nonetheless, that’s precisely what the Golden State Warriors have accomplished since 2014, cementing themselves as one of the most competitively and commercially successful franchises in the history of American sports. As the Chief Financial Officer of the Warriors since 2013 and a preeminent accountant in the entertainment industry, Jennifer Cabalquinto will discuss the strategy, structure, and challenges of managing the finances of a major American sports team, including the moving of their home arena to San Francisco next season.

Jennifer Cabalquinto is the Chief Financial Officer of the Golden State Warriors. In this role, she oversees all day-to-day and long-term financial planning and accounting for the organization. She is also responsible for the planning and leadership of IT, facilities and business analytics departments.

Jennifer Cabalquinto has over 25 years finance leadership experience in a variety of start-up, turnaround, stable and high growth business environments. Most recently, Jennifer served as Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for Universal Studios Hollywood. In this role, she was responsible for supporting NBC Universal’s theme park and Citywalk operations in Los Angeles, California. Before her time at NBC, Jennifer served as Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for the Telemundo Station Group in Miami, Florida. Before joining Telemundo, Jennifer worked for Ernst and Young, Royal Carribean Cruise Lines and Future Tech International in auditing, financial planning and reporting and Controllership roles.

Jennifer serves on the Boards of the Boys and Girls Club of Oakland and Alameda County Community Food Bank. She is also on the audit committee for Leadership Education for Asian Pacifics (LEAP). She is also on the advisory board for San Francisco State University’s College of Business.

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