People

CFOs on the Move: Week Ending January 1

CRST International, Under Armour, Shiloh Industries, Transcat, BenefitFocus, Ameriflight, TierPoint
Joan UrdangJanuary 4, 2016
CFOs on the Move: Week Ending January 1

Transportation company CRST International has named David Souza finance chief. Previously, he was CFO for the Americas at CEVA Logistics.

Chip Molloy

Chip Molloy

Under Armour, which manufactures athletic clothing, has chosen Chip Molloy to lead the finance function, effective Jan. 19. Molloy, who will take over from the departing Brad Dickerson, is a former CFO of PetSmart.

Jay Potter has been appointed to the top finance spot at Shiloh Industries. He previously he headed finance at Sedgwick Claims Management Services.

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective CFOs

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective CFOs

Download our whitepaper to discover the technical and behavioral skills needed to lead your business forward.

Calibration-equipment provider Transcat said that CFO and senior vice president of finance John Zimmer will retire in March. Michael Tschiderer, named vice president of finance in December, will replace him at that time.

Head of finance Milt Alpern will retire from Benefitfocus in March, but will remain a consultant to the benefits-management software provider until April 2017. A search is under way for his successor.

Cargo carrier Ameriflight has chosen David Moore as its next finance chief, taking over for the retiring David DeRose. Most recently, Moore worked at Loomis US, where he held several regional and district controller posts.

Cloud and managed-services provider TierPoint has named Mary Meduski president and CFO. Previously, she headed finance at Suddenlink Communications.

4 Powerful Communication Strategies for Your Next Board Meeting