CFOs On the Move: Week Ending November 20

AT&T, Lululemon, Cox Media Group, Washington Football Team, DXC Technology, Sysco, Molina Healthcare, New York Public Radio, LongRange Capital
Lauren MuskettNovember 20, 2020

Pascal Desroches

WarnerMedia CFO Pascal Desroches has been named the new finance chief at AT&T, effective April 1. Before serving as CFO at WarnerMedia, Desroches was chief financial officer at Turner and global controller at Time Warner. Before that, he was a partner at KPMG and served as a senior advisor to the chief accountant of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Desroches takes over for John Stephens, who will retire in March after 28 years with the company and nine years as CFO. During the transition period, Desroches will serve as AT&T’s senior executive vice president of finance.

Lululemon promoted Meghan Frank to chief financial officer, effective November 23. Frank joined Lululemon in 2016 as senior vice president of financial planning and analysis and, since April, has served as interim co-CFO, along with Alex Grieve, vice president, controller for the company. She previously held senior roles at Ross Stores and J.Crew, where she served for nearly a decade.

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Joseph Hannan

Cox Media Group appointed Joseph Hannan CFO. Hannan joins the media company from marketing organization AutoWeb, where he served as chief financial officer for the past two years. Before that, he served as finance chief at various companies, including Social Reality, Cumulus Media, and Lincoln Financial Media. He began his career at Lambert Television, where he held several roles, including chief operating officer and chief financial officer. Hannan currently serves as the Chairman of the Board of Trustees at Chrysalis Fund and is a national voting member of the Emmy Awards for the Academy of Television, Arts, and Sciences.

Washington Football Team named Greg Resh as the NFL team’s new finance chief. Resh was most recently chief financial officer and chief operating officer at digital identity protection and cybersecurity company Sontiq. He previously held the CFO position at Roc Nation and NBCUniversal Telemundo.

Ken Sharp

Ken Sharp is the new CFO at IT services and solutions company DXC Technology, effective November 30. Sharp was most recently chief financial officer for Northrop Grumman’s defense systems sector. Before that, he was senior vice president of finance at Orbital ATK, which was acquired by Northrop Grumman. Earlier in his career, Sharp served as senior vice president, corporate controller, and chief accounting officer at Leidos. He is a veteran of the United States Marine Corps Reserves with the rank of Sergeant and service in Operation Desert Shield and Desert Storm.

Sysco named Aaron Alt as the foodservice distribution company’s new CFO, effective December 7. Alt most recently served as chief financial officer at retailer Sally Beauty Holdings and president of Sally Beauty Supply. Alt’s experience also includes executive leadership roles in finance, operations, and grocery transformation at Target. Before that, he held senior-level finance and operations positions with Sara Lee, including chief financial officer of its North American retail and foodservice businesses. Alt replaces Joel Grade, who will assume the newly created role of executive vice president of business development.

Mark Keim

Molina Healthcare said Mark Keim, currently the company’s executive vice president of strategic planning, corporate development, and transformation, will be promoted to chief financial officer in February. Before joining Molina, he served as global head of strategy and corporate development at Aetna as well as executive vice president of corporate development and strategy at The Hanover Insurance Group. Before that, Keim worked at GE Capital. He replaces Tom Tran, who is retiring. Tran will remain with the company as an advisor through May 2021.

Armando Gutierrez will become chief financial officer at New York Public Radio (NYPR) on December 2. He joins NYPR from CBS, where he was finance chief for all CBS-owned and operated radio and television stations’ digital properties. Before that, Gutierrez worked at Sirius Satellite Radio and Viacom and spent time as an equity research analyst specializing in media businesses.

LongRange Capital named Michele Reing as the firm’s chief financial officer. Reing was previously at The Carlyle Group, where she most recently served as managing director, deputy head of fund management.She spent nearly a decade working at Carlyle, and her responsibilities included oversight of the firm’s corporate accounting teams in the U.S., Asia, Hong Kong, and Tokyo. Before that, she was senior vice president and corporate controller at Interstate Hotels & Resorts.

Interlink Electronics appointed Ryan Hoffman as chief financial officer. He was most recently a partner for the last five years at RSM during his sixteen-years with the accounting firm. He takes over for CEO Steven Bronson, who had held the role in the interim.