CFOs On the Move: Week Ending May 20

One Concern, LaunchDarkly, Volvo Trucks, Ulteig, Foursquare, Onto Innovation, Truist, Hydrow, Myers Industries, Evolv Technology
CFOs On the Move: Week Ending May 20
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  Nnenna Nnoli

One Concern, a climate resilience technology company, appointed Nnenna Nnoli as finance chief. Nnoli was most recently vice president, head of financial planning and analysis, at Spotify. She started her finance career at JPMorgan Chase, where she worked for more than 12 years in strategic and operating roles, most recently as the chief financial officer for Chase merchant services – Enterprise and Middle Market business. 

LaunchDarkly hired Jesse Hulsing as its first chief financial officer. Hulsing comes to the feature management platform from Slack, where he was senior vice president of finance, having led financial planning and analysis, investor relations, and real estate. Before Slack, he worked at Goldman Sachs as the vice president and equity research analyst, where he oversaw investment research of the software as a service sector.

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  Gary McCartney

Gary McCartney was named CFO of Volvo Trucks North America and Mack Trucks. McCartney joined the company in 2001 and has been global chief financial officer and senior vice president of finance for Volvo Financial Services (VFS) since 2014. Previous roles he held at the company include CFO for VFS Americas and president and CFO of VFS Canada. Earlier in his career, he was a controller at Dell Financial Services, and an auditor at Arthur Andersen. 

Engineering company Ulteig hired Susan Aspelund as chief financial officer. Aspelund has been the company’s interim CFO since September. She’s previously held interim CFO roles at multiple organizations, most recently for the third-party healthcare administrator HealthEZ, as well as law firm Taft Stettinius & Hollister, the Washburn Center for Children in Minneapolis, Volunteers of America MN, and the MS Society. 

  Liz Brittain

Liz Brittain is joining location data platform Foursquare as finance chief on May 16. Brittain most recently was CFO of security start-up HackerOne. Before that, she was chief financial officer of Base CRM, where she helped navigate the company’s sale to Zendesk in 2018. Earlier, as vice president of financial planning and analysis at Fusion, she helped orchestrate its IPO. 

Mark Slicer was appointed CFO at process control company, Onto Innovation. Slicer joins the company from medical technology manufacturer Boston Scientific, where he spent 14 years in various senior financial roles, most recently as senior vice president and global operations controller. Before Boston Scientific, he held several financial leadership roles at GE and GE Healthcare. Earlier in his career, Slicer was a senior manager at PricewaterhouseCoopers in their audit and assurance practice. 

  Daryl Bible

CFO Daryl Bible is retiring from Truist. Bible joined the company in 2008 as assistant CFO following a 24-year career with U.S. Bank, where he worked as treasurer for 10 years. Bible will stay on as finance chief as the financial services company searches for his replacement. 

Rowing machine company Hydrow hired John Stellato as chief financial officer and chief investor relations officer. Most recently, Stellato was president and chief executive officer of online broker-dealer and investment platform LOYAL3. Before that, he was executive vice president of The Pritzker Organization, where he worked for nearly 20 years.

  Sonal Robinson

Sonal Robinson, finance chief at Myers Industries, has resigned to pursue other opportunities. Robinson joined the manufacturer in February 2021 and was appointed CFO one month later. She will continue in her role until July 1 and then Monica Vinay, vice president of investor relations and treasurer, will take over as interim chief financial officer while the company looks for a permanent successor.

Mark Donohue will take over as CFO of Evolv Technology on June 1. Donohue joins the security screening company from financial technology provider Vestmark, where he has been chief financial officer since 2018. Before that, he held several senior roles on the finance team of security analytics and automation provider Rapid7, including vice president of finance. Donohue replaces Mario Ramos, who is leaving the company for a new job.