Detroit Symphony Orchestra names Southfield native Linda Lutz new chief financial officer
Lutz to lead all money duties for DSO
The Detroit Symphony Orchestra has named Linda Lutz its new chief financial officer.
Lutz previously was the finance director at the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit.
As the leader of the DSO's finance department, she'll direct all aspects of financial reporting, financing and cash management, accounting, payroll and financial planning for all DSO entities.
DSO President and CEO Anne Parsons say she's confident that Lutz's "entrepreneurial spirit, combined with her wealth of experience, will be a perfect fit for DSO's current and future needs."
Lutz is a Southfield native who lives in Birmingham with her husband and three sons.
She will begin her new assignment on March 25.
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