Prior to joining 7-Eleven, Moneypenny was executive vice president and CFO at Covanta Energy Corp. a developer of power generation projects based in Fairfield, New Jersey. Before that, he was CFO at Florida Progress Corp., a diversified electric power company. While at Florida Progress, Moneypenny helped arrange the company’s $8 billion merger with Carolina Power & Light Co. (which subsequently changed its name to Progress Energy Inc.) Moneypenny also served as CFO at Dallas-based Oryx Energy Co., where he helped manage the merger between Oryx and Kerr-McGee Corp. He earned an undergraduate degree from Saint Joseph’s University, and a master’s degree from the College of Commerce at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
7-Eleven posted a $41.4 million net profit in the third quarter, about the same as the year before. The company operates or franchises approximately 5,800 stores in the United States and Canada and licenses more than 16,800 stores in 17 other countries and U.S. territories throughout the world. Their Slurp-ees are most excellent.
Prior to joining Dendrite, Beshar was CFO at Expanets Inc. a voice and data company. Before that, he served as senior vice president and CFO at PNY Technologies Inc., a global manufacturer of personal computer memory modules. Beshar began his career at Arthur Andersen. He received a B.A. in accounting from Michigan State University, and is a graduate of The Executive Program from the Darden Graduate School of Business at the University of Virginia.
Garcia served for two years as CFO of Incomnet, a reseller of communication services to business and residential customers. While there, he secured $20 million in financing for the company and helped oversee a corporate restructuring. Prior to his position at Incomnet, Garcia was controller at Melles Griot, a manufacturer of fiber optic products. He began his career at Deloitte & Touche, where he served as senior auditor for five years. Garcia holds a B.S. in accounting from the University of Southern California.