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Mayor Keller Announces New Chief Financial Officer

Kevin Sourisseau will serve as CFO, building on previous work as COO and Associate CAO.
January 05, 2024

Today, Mayor Tim Keller announced that Kevin Sourisseau, a longtime public servant and City leader, will serve as the City’s Chief Financial Officer (CFO). Kevin served as the City’s Chief Operations Officer (COO) since 2022, and prior to that he was the Associate Chief Administrative Officer (ACAO) and Deputy Director of the Department of Municipal Development. The City has begun an executive search for a Chief Operations Officer. 

“We are grateful for Kevin’s continued commitment to our city and the experience he brings to this role,” said Mayor Tim Keller. “I look forward to his leadership as we invest in our city to improve quality of life for families.” 

“I’m happy to take on this new role with the same goal of helping our community and our City workforce thrive,” said Kevin Sourisseau, Chief Financial Officer. “Along with the great finance team that we have in place, we will continue to work on behalf of taxpayers to deliver results and investments that make a difference in Albuquerque.” 

Prior to his work with the City of Albuquerque, Kevin worked for the New Mexico State Taxation and Revenue Department. Additionally, he worked in the State Auditor’s Office, serving as the Director of Special Investigations as well as the Chief Financial Administrator for the County’s Metropolitan Detention Center with Bernalillo County. 

Kevin earned his Bachelor's of Business Administration from University of New Mexico in 1991 and became a Certified Public Accountant in 2000. In 2020, Kevin received the Outstanding Member in Government Award from the New Mexico Society of CPAs giving special recognition to Society members who have demonstrated outstanding service to professions in government. 

Kevin is a proud naturalized American citizen and has lived in the greater Albuquerque area for 38 years. He enjoys competing in triathlons, being outdoors, as well as participating in a multitude of city supported functions alongside his wife and three children.