Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is commonly referred to as the most widespread disabling neurological condition of young adults in the world. With recent findings estimating that nearly one million people in the U.S. are living with MS, it’s not hard to see why.

How Multiple Sclerosis Affects Daily Life

Multiple Sclerosis affects about a million people of all ages in the U.S. and while the symptoms of the neurological disease can vary depending on the case, it has a definite impact on how those diagnosed go about their daily routines.

“Being part of a growing company allows me the opportunity to grow as well. The role of a CFO has changed over the last few years. I am no longer the person who just “crunches numbers” and reports on the results. I am the CEO’s business partner, involved in strategic …

“I fight a daily battle with an enemy that is silent in attacks and strikes at any time. I have had to come to terms that there is no cure for MS. I have had to accept this disease and I am learning instead of fitting my life around the disease I must fit the disease into my life. When the enemy attacks I must remind myself that I am not lazy – I am tired, I am not stupid – I have cognitive issues and I am not angry – I am in pain,” says Beth Zastawny.

When considering the top leadership of a business, people may be quick to jump to the CEO. After all, they are widely discussed in the media as the ones who make key decisions and often get the credit (or blame) when a company is excelling or tanking.
However, there are other key executive positions that are getting their due praise, including the chief financial officer (CFO). In the role of CFO for private manufacturing …