Director of Accounting and Administration

Jacqueline Griffin


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Director of Accounting and Administration

Jacqueline Griffin

With more than three decades of experience as a trusted financial leader, Jacqueline Griffin is dedicated to revitalizing financial processes for forward-thinking organizations. Ms. Griffin serves as the Director of Accounting and Administration, overseeing the financial operations of The Alexander Group.

Before joining The Alexander Group, Ms. Griffin held roles such as Managing Director and Manager of Finance & Control for the Americas at Boskalis Offshore Energy, where she directed all financial and administrative processes for the U.S. offices and led cross-functional teams through various change management initiatives. Her tenure as Executive Director at the Corporation for Economic Development of Harris County and Comptroller of Harris County Housing and Community Development has further enriched her expertise in financial management and strategic planning.

Ms. Griffin is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Small Business Advisor and holds numerous professional certifications. She is a graduate of Texas Southern University.

“As the Director of Accounting, I play a vital role in ensuring our firm's financial health, contributing to our overarching mission of placing top-tier candidates in their ideal professional placements.”


  • Texas Southern University

    Bachelor of Business Administration

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