Chief Financial Officer
Morane Kerek was promoted to chief financial officer of the United States Olympic Committee in January of 2016. Kerek has been with the USOC since 2006, spending the first six years as controller and the past three as managing director of internal audit on the executive team.
In her current role, Kerek is tasked with the overall management and supervision of the organization’s financial operations, including accounting, financial reporting, internal controls, budgeting and forecasting, cash management, risk management, mail services, purchasing and warehousing operations, travel services USOC retirement plan administration.
Prior to becoming CFO, Kerek managed both the long-term and day-to-day operations of all USOC audit functions, and evaluated the overall effectiveness of USOC accounting controls and operating practices. She also assisted the National Governing Bodies in understanding and achieving compliance with USOC requirements.
Kerek joined the USOC after serving as vice president of finance for sports, entertainment and media at IMG. Kerek oversaw budgeting, forecasting and new business evaluations for the tennis division. In her role, she devised and implemented cost reduction initiatives, and introduced new forecasting procedures to increase accuracy and improve communication.
In addition to the tennis division’s financial oversight, Kerek also contributed to the financial goals of various divisions at IMG during her tenure, including the consulting division, soccer division and TWI- The Sport Television production arm of IMG. Kerek joined IMG in 1996 as a client accountant after beginning her career at the Chicago office of Ernst & Young, LLC in 1993.
Kerek is a graduate of Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, with a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting. She is a member of the Ohio Society of Certified Public Accountants and Institute of Internal Auditors.