CFOs On the Move: Week Ending March 5

Reddit, Beyond Meat, Stryve Foods, Crowley Maritime, Intercontinental Exchange, Sisense, BurgerFi, R2integrated, Cass Information Systems, Bottomline

Drew Vollero

Reddit hired Drew Vollero as its first finance chief. Vollero joins Reddit from U.S. security and facility services firm Allied Universal, where he was CFO. Vollero previously served as Snap’s first CFO, where he led the social media company through its IPO. Earlier, he worked at Mattel for 15 years, where he was a division CFO and was later senior vice president of corporate development, strategy, and investor relations. 

Beyond Meat finance chief Mark Nelson is retiring. Nelson, who joined Beyond Meat in December 2015, will retire on May 5, but will remain as a consultant until May 5, 2023. The plant-based meat substitute company will launch a search for Nelson’s replacement. 

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Healthy snack platform Stryve Foods appointed Scott McCombs as CFO. He most recently served as senior vice president of finance and operations for CBRE Commercial Real Estate. McCombs spent 16 years working at 7-Eleven, where he held senior leadership roles, including vice president of finance. Before that, he was senior finance leader of merchandise operations finance and business intelligence for the Fresh & Easy and Wild Oats Organics brands.

Dan Warner

Crowley Maritime promoted Dan Warner to chief financial officer. Warner has served as senior vice president and treasurer and member of the company’s senior leadership team since 2005. He joined Crowley in 2001 as a senior analyst for the corporate planning group and later served as finance director for both the company’s logistics and Puerto Rico and Caribbean liner services organizations. Before his career at Crowley, he held various finance positions, including vice president at Citigroup. 

Intercontinental Exchange chief financial officer Scott Hill will retire on May 14 after a 14-year career at the firm. Gardiner was previously a senior research analyst covering the U.S. exchanges and financial information sector at Evercore ISI. Warren Gardiner, the company’s vice president of investor relations, will take over as CFO on May 14. Hill will continue to serve as an advisor to the company through February 2023.

Adam Towns is the new chief financial officer at Sisense. Adam joins the AI-driven software company from Mimecast, where he was senior vice president of finance and led the company through its IPO. In that role, he helped scale and grow the company from 100 employees and $30 million in revenue to nearly 2,000 employees and over $500 million in revenue. 

Michael Rabinovitch

Fast-casual chain BurgerFi hired Michael Rabinovitch as CFO. Rabinovitch joins the company after serving as chief accounting officer at technology distributor Tech Data Corporation. He was previously chief accounting officer and vice president of finance for North America at Office Depot. For nearly a decade, he was chief financial officer of Mayors Jewelers, Birks Group. Earlier, he was the vice president of finance at Claire’s Stores. Rabinovitch replaces Bryan McGuire on April 1.

Digital experience agency R2integrated named Kim Clarke as CFO. Most recently, Clarke was chief financial officer at promotional products provider iPromo. Previously, she spent several years as CFO for marketing company Digital Kitchen and as senior vice president of finance for Sapient Razorfish, a Publicis Groupe agency, where she oversaw the North America commercial finance team and a lead member of the finance team in the integration of two businesses.

Michael Normile

Cass Information Systems hired Michael Normile as its new chief financial officer. Normile most recently worked at FB Corporation/First Bank, where he was CFO since 2015. Normile joined First Bank in 2007 as controller and director of profit improvement and strategic development. Before that, he was a senior manager in the financial services audit practice at KPMG for nine years. Normile succeeds P. Stephen Appelbaum, who will help manage the transition before retiring later this year.

Financial technology provider Bottomline appointed Bruce Bowden as its new chief financial officer. Most recently, Bowden was CFO at technology company Interactions. Previously, Bowden led corporate development, strategic planning, and investor relations at Nuance Communications. Before that, Bowden held leadership roles across finance, strategy, corporate development, and transformation at Nokia, PepsiCo, Neuf Cegetel, and Boston Consulting Group.