Aaron J. Bovos
Aaron J. Bovos was appointed the Chief Financial Officer and Director of Financial Management Services for the City of Fort Worth in January of 2014. Prior to this assignment, Bovos served as the Deputy County Administrator and Chief Financial Officer for Gwinnett County, Georgia (Atlanta metropolitan area), having been appointed to that position in 2009. Bovos’ professional career has spanned over 20 years, where he has held various positions in several local governments, including serving as the deputy city manager of the City of Roswell, the finance director for the City of Alpharetta, and the deputy city manager of the City of Sandy Springs.
Bovos is a member of the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) and the Association of Governmental Accountants. Bovos holds distinctions as a Certified Government Finance Manager (CGFM) and as a Certified Treasury Professional (CTP). He has earned a bachelor's degree in bachelor’s degree in business management and is currently pursuing his Masters in Governmental Accounting at Rutgers University.
In his current role as the CFO of the City of Fort Worth, Bovos oversees the day to day operations of the department of Financial Management Services. The City has an annual operating budget of approximately $1.6 billion and over 6,300 employees. Fort Worth has received national recognition for multiple programs.
On a personal level, Bovos enjoys running and is an avid horseman competing at events on a national level.