Lyle Lansdell Lyle Lansdell serves MMI as its Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer, overseeing accounting, budgeting, property management, and information technology teams. He joined the organization in 2014 following a stint as the Chief Financial Officer for Springboard Nonprofit Consumer Credit Management Inc. With over 30 years of business experience, Lyle brings a wealth of knowledge to his role with MMI, as well as a track record of success across all phases of financial management.

Lyle’s vision and experience has been key to ensuring MMI’s financial stability through often turbulent economic periods. Thanks to his direction, MMI has maintained the ability to weather downturns while continuing to fulfill our mission and deliver life-changing nonprofit solutions to consumers across the country.

Always on the move, Lyle is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and is a licensed real estate broker in Arizona, California, and Colorado.
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