A New CFO Takes on Everest.

RMH, Zero G, and Support Technologies also announce changes in the top finance role.
Jennifer CaplanJanuary 29, 2001
  • Philip Veneziano is at peak performance. He joined Everest Broadband Networks, a provider of broadband services based in Fort Lee, N.J., as the start-up’s first CFO. Veneziano had previously served as senior VP of financial operations at Juno Online Services, an Internet service provider. He has also held senior financial positions at American Sky Broadcasting and Lifetime Hoan Corp.
  • At Your Service: RMH Teleservices, a Bryn Mawr, Pa.-based provider of customer relationship management services named Scot Brunke to the CFO post. Brunke replaces Noah Asher who resigned to pursue another career opportunity. Brunke joins RMH from J.P. Morgan Chase & Co., where he was an investment banker for 15 years, specializing in M&A advisory and capital raising.
  • Nothing Ventured…: Zero G, a San Francisco, Ca.-based provider of software installation services announced the appointment of William C. Leetham as CFO. Leetham joins Zero G from Pilot Network Services, where he also served as CFO. He earned $222,150 in bonus and salary, and $1,392,434 in exercised options in 2000.
  • The Nutcracker:
    John B. Sanfilippo & Son named Michael Valentine as its CFO. Valentine was previously senior VP and corporate secretary of the Elk Grove Village, Ill.-based nuts and snacks company.
  • Lending Some Financial Support: Atlanta-based Support Technologies which builds and operates enterprise-wide knowledge centers, announced that former CFO Thomas Leahey will assume the role of COO. Leahey joined Support Technologies in 2000 as CFO from Flooring America, a national retailer, where he served as executive VP of finance and treasurer.