Barth nominated to be CFO at HUD

President Bush nominated Carin Barth yesterday to be chief financial officer of the Housing and Urban Development Department. Barth currently is president of LB Capital Inc. of Houston. She also serves on the board of directors for Southwest Bank of Texas.

Barth, who must be confirmed by the Senate, replaces Angela Antonelli, who left HUD last year.

The CFO is responsible for implementing policies that govern all aspects of departmental financial management and oversees the design, implementation and coordination of HUD's financial information and general management systems. Her responsibilities include systems integration, development of the annual financial statements, accounting operations and the implementation of the department's management control program.

Barth earned her bachelor's degree from the University of Alabama and her master's degree from Vanderbilt University.

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