CFO Moves this week include:
|Mohawk Industries, Inc.||Shutterfly, Inc.||Lexmark|
|Altria Group, Inc.||Momentive Performance Materials||Immunic, Inc.|
|Asbury Automotive Group, Inc.||Incident IQ, LLC||Wheel|
|U.S. Oral Surgery Management||Motus||Altamira Technologies Corporation|
|Beacon||Controlled Contamination Services||Potbelly Corporation|
|MOD Super-Fast Pizza Holdings, LLC||Woodward, Inc.|
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Mohawk Industries, Inc. [CALHOUN, GA] (NYSE: MHK) announced the appointment of Frank H. Boykin as chief financial officer. Boykin previously served as Mohawk’s chief financial officer from 2005 to 2019. He initially joined the Company as corporate controller in 1993. Boykin retired in 2019 and has continued to support the business as a senior consultant for the past year. Glenn Landau, former chief financial officer, left the Company to pursue other interests.
Shutterfly, Inc. [REDWOOD CITY, CA] announced the appointment of Vivian Liu as senior vice president and chief financial officer. Most recently, Vivian was senior vice president and chief financial officer at Lexmark International. Prior to Lexmark, Vivian served as vice president of finance, Enterprise BG, for Huawei Technology Inc. Before that, Vivian spent eight years in finance positions with Cisco Systems based in the Silicon Valley, most recently as director of finance, U.S. Enterprise Segment Sales and Service. Earlier in her career, Vivian held finance positions with Deloitte Financial Advisory Services, Goldman Sachs, and Deloitte & Touche LLP in Connecticut, New York and San Francisco. She began her career with China Merchants Bank in Shanghai.
Lexmark [LEXINGTON, KY] announced that Chuck Butler has been named senior vice president and chief financial officer. Butler succeeds Vivian Liu, who has decided to pursue another opportunity outside Lexmark. Most recently Butler served as vice president of Financial Planning and Analysis. Prior roles include vice president of Sales Operations and Business Analytics, director of Corporate Finance, and senior manager of Financial Planning and Analysis. He joined Lexmark in 2004 as a senior financial analyst. Prior to joining Lexmark, Butler worked in finance roles at Hitachi Automotive Systems Americas, LG&E and KU Energy, and the J. Peterman Company.
Altria Group, Inc. [RICHMOND, VA] (NYSE: MO) announced that upon the promotion of Billy Gifford to serve as Altria’s CEO from his most recent role as Vice Chairman and Chief Financial Officer, the company appointed Salvatore Mancuso Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. Most recently Manucuso was Senior Vice President, Finance and Procurement.
Momentive Performance Materials [WATERFORD, NY] named Cris Barros as its new Chief Financial Officer. Barros came to Momentive after 12 years with The Mosaic Company, most recently serving as VP of Finance, responsible for Controllership and Financial Planning & Analysis. Prior roles include Business Unit CFO, VP – Finance for Commercial, VP – Corporate Treasurer, Assistant Treasurer, and Director of Business Development. Before Mosaic, Cris held multiple finance and business roles with companies such as Carval Investors, Cargill, Banco Boavista Interatlantico, and BancoFrances e Brasileiro.
Immunic, Inc. [NEW YORK] (NASDAQ: IMUX) announced the departure of Chief Financial Officer Sanjay S. Patel who has resigned to pursue opportunities in the nonprofit sector. Glenn Whaley, Principal Accounting Officer and Controller, has been promoted to the position of Vice President Finance.
Asbury Automotive Group, Inc. [DULUTH, GA] (NYSE: ABG) announced that Patrick (“PJ”) Guido will join the company as its Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer effective May 11, 2020. Guido joins the Company from lululemon athletica inc., where he served as Chief Financial Officer since April 2018. Prior to that, Guido spent seven years at VF Corporation. During his seven-year tenure at VF Corporation, he served as Treasurer and Vice President of Corporate Development. Previously, Guido served in roles of increasing responsibilities at The Home Depot, Inc. and Saks Incorporated.
Incident IQ, LLC [ATLANTA] announced that Mike Hickey has been named to the company’s executive team as Chief Financial Officer. Prior to joining Incident IQ, Hickey worked for ScanSource where he served in various leadership roles for the last 20 years. Previously, Hickey co-founded a cloud tech company—the startup was later acquired by ScanSource. Prior to these experiences Hickey began his career in finance as an accountant for a Manhattan CPA firm.
Wheel [AUSTIN, Texas] announced the addition of chief financial officer Chris Donus. Donus comes to Wheel from Lyft and Silvercar, where he served as Vice President of Express Drive and President and Chief Operating Officer, respectively.
U.S. Oral Surgery Management (USOSM) [IRVING, TEXAS] named Henry H. Moomaw III as chief financial officer. Previously, Moomaw served as CFO for Excalibur Resources and TEAK Midstream in the energy sector. Prior to that, he spent 13 years as VP controller for Animal Health International. Moomaw also served as controller for Fireboard Corp, assistant controller for Hadson Corp, a senior analyst for Electronic Data Systems and an auditor with Arthur Andersen.
Motus [BOSTON] announced it has appointed Karen O’Byrne as Chief Financial Officer. O’Byrne joins Motus following former CFO Tim Brown’s transition to Chief Corporate Development Officer at Motus earlier this year.
Altamira Technologies Corporation [MCLEAN, VA] announced that Adam Omar has joined as Chief Financial Officer. Adam has been the CFO at two successful equity-backed companies and held leadership positions at large systems integrators and software firms, including SAIC, Software AG, and LexisNexis.
Beacon [HERNDON, VA] (NASDAQ: BECN) announced the appointment of Frank A. Lonegro as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. Lonegro will join Beacon on April 20, 2020 and assume his role as Chief Financial Officer on or about May 15, 2020 as current Chief Financial Officer Joseph Nowicki transitions his duties. Prior to joining Beacon, Lonegro had a career at CSX Corporation, where he served for nineteen years, culminating as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer from 2015-2019. Prior to joining CSX, Lonegro practiced law for seven years.
Controlled Contamination Services [SAN DIEGO] announced Chris Reinmiller as the new Chief Financial Officer for the company. Reinmiller comes to CCS from CW Wright Construction where he served as the CFO. Prior to that Reinmiller was the Vice President of Business Operations for PrimeLine Utility Services. Chris also worked for Microsoft’s Data Center Construction group.
Potbelly Corporation [CHICAGO] (NASDAQ: PBPB) announced that Steven W. Cirulis joined as Senior Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and Chief Strategy Officer. Cirulis has been with Potbelly since December 2019, serving in a strategic planning, finance and analytical consulting role. Most recently, Cirulis served as Senior Vice President, Strategic Projects at Panera Bread. Prior to his role at Panera Bread, Cirulis was the Global Vice President, Corporate Strategy at McDonald’s, Senior Director of Strategy, Business Development and Insights, Gap Brand at Gap, Inc., and was Associate Partner at Prophet, Inc.
MOD Super-Fast Pizza Holdings, LLC [SEATTLE] announced the appointment of Josh Guenser as Chief Financial Officer (CFO). Guenser joins MOD after spending the last 10+ years at Starbucks, most recently serving as Senior Vice President, Finance, Americas. During his tenure at Starbucks, he also held vice president and director-level roles in finance – focused on retail operations, global supply chain and reporting. Prior to Starbucks, Guenser was at KPMG for over seven years.
Woodward, Inc. [FORT COLLINS, CO] (NASDAQ: WWD) announced that Robert (“Bob”) F. Weber, Jr., resumed the role of Vice Chairman, Chief Financial Officer. Concurrently, Jonathan (“Jack”) W. Thayer, the Company’s current Chief Financial Officer, will depart the Company. Weber has 15 years of service with Woodward and over 40 years of industry experience. He served as Chief Financial Officer from August 2005 until September 2019 and as Vice Chairman since October 2011. Mr. Weber previously announced his intention to retire in 2020, but in January 2020, the Company announced that he had postponed his retirement indefinitely, and he remained with the Company as Vice Chairman.