Anan Kashyap is stepping down as CFO at Poshmark after five years. Kashyap will leave the clothing reseller in August after completing its second-quarter 10-Q filing and will remain with the company as an adviser until the end of the year. Kashyap played a key role in Poshmark’s January 2021 IPO, which doubled its valuation to more than $3.5 billion. Before joining Poshmark, Kashyap served as vice president of strategic finance, investor relations, and corporate development at GrubHub. Before that, he was vice president of finance at KAYAK, where he guided the company’s internal execution for its IPO, and vice president in Deutsche Bank’s investment banking group. The company is initiating an internal and external search for Kashyap’s successor.
GameStop hired Amazon veteran Mike Recupero as chief financial officer, effective July 12. Recupero spent more than 17 years at Amazon, most recently as CFO of the North American consumer business. Before that, he was CFO of Prime Video. He previously served as the chief financial officer of the European consumer business. He began his career at Amazon, holding analyst, manager, and director roles of increasing responsibility. The video game retailer also hired Amazon executive Matt Furlong as its new chief executive officer, effective June 21. Most recently, Furlong was a country leader and oversaw Amazon’s Australia business.
Shake Shack appointed Katherine Fogertey as the burger chain’s CFO, effective June 14. Before joining Shake Shack, Fogertey spent over 15 years at Goldman Sachs, where she rose to lead analyst covering the restaurant sector and focused on the impact of technology and growth opportunities in the sector. She has held various leadership roles during her tenure at Goldman Sachs, including co-head of the Global Investment Research Women’s Network. Before that, she was a lead analyst for Derivatives and ETF research.
Chubb Group treasurer Mark Hammond will take on the additional role of deputy chief financial officer, a new position. Hammond’s appointment will start on July 1 when Peter Enns, Chubb Group’s executive vice president of finance, takes over as CFO for Philip Bancroft, who is retiring. Hammond joined the company in 2009 and has served as treasurer since 2019. Previously, he was executive vice president and chief financial officer for the company’s Europe and Eurasia and Africa regions.
Kinnate Biopharma appointed Neha Krishnamohan as chief financial officer and executive vice president of corporate development. Krishnamohan joins the biopharmaceutical company from Goldman Sachs, where she worked for more than 12 years and most recently served as a vice president in the healthcare investment banking group and a member of the mergers and acquisitions group within the investment banking division. She has successfully executed over $100 billion in transactions in the biopharmaceutical, medical technology, and tools/diagnostics sectors.
NOVA Chemicals named Avik Dey as its new finance chief, effective June 15. Dey joins the company from the Canadian Pension Plan Investment Board, where he most recently served as managing director of head of energy and resources. Dey currently serves as a director of Enactus Canada and has recently served on the boards of Calpine Corporation, Seven Generations Energy, and Wolf Midstream and chaired the boards of Teine Energy and Crestone Peak Resources. Dey replaces Julie Beck, who will transition to the role of special advisor to the chief executive officer.
Cloud data platform Teradata appointed Claire Bramley as chief financial officer, effective June 14. Teradata worked at HP for 15 years, most recently as global controller. She also headed HP’s finance strategy and transformation efforts and oversaw corporate financial planning and analysis. Previously, Bramley served in roles of increasing responsibility at HP, including head of finance for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. She was also vice president of corporate financial planning and analysis at HP. Bramley succeeds Mark Culhane, who will leave the company on June 30.
Autonomous shuttle maker May Mobility hired Ryan Green as its first chief financial officer. Green joins the company from electric vehicle maker and automotive technology company, Rivian, where he led their finance, accounting, and corporate governance functions. At Rivian, he grew a department of five to a staff of more than 100. Before that, he served as CFO at Harley Davidson Financial Services, with previous experience at Ford/Visteon.
Brad Haws was appointed CFO at Emory Healthcare, effective August 17. He joins the health care system from the University of Iowa Health Care, where he was associate vice president and CFO. Before that, he spent 13 years in the University of Virginia health system, including leadership stints in its health care group and its school of medicine. Earlier in his career, he was CFO of Intermountain Health Care.
Glenn Schiffman, IAC executive vice president and chief financial officer, is leaving the media conglomerate to pursue a new opportunity. Schiffman will stay at the company for a couple of months to help with the transition. Schiffman joined IAC as finance chief in April 2016 and since January has also held the role of interim chief financial officer of Angi, a role he previously held from September 2017 until August 2019.