Kael Reicin serves as chief financial and strategy officer of the American Cancer Society, Inc., the largest nationwide voluntary health organization raising approximately $750 million annually and assets of over $1.7 billion. Kael also serves as chief financial and strategy officer of the American Cancer Society Cancer Action NetworkSM, a 501(c)4 organization and sister organization of the American Cancer Society. He is responsible for leading strategic planning for both organizations.
Kael brings a range of global finance, strategy, and corporate development experience to his current role. Prior to joining the American Cancer Society, he served as chief financial officer of Financial Products at Bloomberg LP, the world’s leading, multibillion-dollar financial technology company. He oversaw the financial planning, budgeting, performance indicators, forecasting, and reporting for regulated and non-regulated entities within the company’s largest product group.
Serving in multiple positions with progressive responsibilities, Kael also spent more than 10 years at Thomson Reuters, a global media, software, and information firm. Notably, Kael governed the strategic direction of several of the firm’s business units, serving the needs of lawyers and compliance and risk professionals on a global basis. This included guiding launches into new customer and geographic markets, development of innovative software and product lines, large-scale acquisitions, and the creation of effective strategic planning processes.
Kael completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Pennsylvania and received his MBA from the University of Chicago. When not at work, Kael keeps busy with his wife Kyla and their three children in New Jersey.