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CFOs On the Move: Week Ending July 1

McDonald’s, Dollar Tree, GoFundMe, Stride, Otis, Intrusion, Monogram Health, Mass Luminosity

  Ian Borden

Ian Borden | McDonald’s

Ian Borden was promoted to chief financial officer of McDonald’s, effective September 1. Borden, who is currently president of international, joined the fast-food chain in 1994. He has held several roles during his tenure, including CFO for Asia-Pacific, Middle East, and Africa region and CFO for Russia and Eastern Europe. Borden succeeds Kevin Ozan. Ozan will become senior executive vice president of strategic initiatives and plans to retire from McDonald’s by mid-2023.

Kevin Wampler | Dollar Tree

Dollar Tree’s finance chief, Kevin Wampler, will leave the discount retailer once his successor is found. Wampler, who has been CFO since 2008, will work as an advisor until April. The company’s chief legal officer, chief operating officer, chief strategy officer, and chief information officer will also exit after pressure from activist investor Mantle Ridge LP. 

  Greg Mrva

Greg Mrva | GoFundMe 

Online fundraising site GoFundMe hired Greg Mrva as chief financial officer. Most recently, Mrva was president of special purpose acquisition company TPG Pace Tech Opportunities, where he led the organization’s combination with online learning platform, Nerdy. Before that, he was CFO of ticket-seller StubHub, where he sat on both the StubHub and eBay finance leadership teams. Mrva has previously held leadership positions at Morgan Stanley, Barclays, and Yahoo.

Donna Blackman | Stride

Education company Stride promoted Donna Blackman to finance chief. Blackman has been the company’s chief accounting officer and treasurer for the past two years. Before that, she was senior vice president of business operations at BET Networks, a subsidiary of Viacom. At BET, she also held roles as senior vice president and head of finance, senior vice president of financial planning and analysis, and senior vice president of finance and controller. Blackman replaces Timothy Medina, who is retiring. 

  Anurag Maheshwari

Anurag Maheshwari | Otis

Anurag Maheshwari will take over as chief financial officer of elevator and escalator manufacturer Otis on August 12. Maheshwari was most recently vice president, finance, IT and chief transformation officer in the Otis Asia Pacific region. He was previously vice president of investor relations at aerospace and defense company L3Harris. He has held finance roles of increasing responsibility at United Technologies Corporation, Affinity Equity Partners, and Harris. Maheshwari will succeed Rahul Ghai, who was named finance chief of GE Aviation. 

Kim Pinson | Intrusion

Kim Pinson was appointed CFO of cybersecurity company Intrusion. Pinson has previously held finance chief roles at managed IT and UCaaS provider NetFortris, medical device company EndoStim, and orthopedic bracing and healthcare services company United Orthopedic Group. She has also held senior finance leadership roles at Quadrem, Xtria, Novo Networks, and Centex. Pinson’s earlier career began at Grant Thornton in audit. 

  Bhavesh Shah

Bhavesh Shah | Monogram Health

Kidney care startup Monogram Health hired Bhavesh Shah as chief financial officer. Before joining Monogram, Shah was CFO of home health care company Compassus. He previously held roles as vice president of FP&A at CVS Health’s retail business and vice president and CFO of Aetna’s consumer health products and services business. Earlier in his career, Shah was a healthcare investment banker at Lehman Brothers and Barclays Capital. He also served five years in the U.S. Army, rising to the rank of Captain. 

Ruth Rhei | Mass Luminosity

Tech company Mass Luminosity named Ruth Rhei as CFO. Rhei was most recently managing partner and principal at Arden Capital Management, a financial structuring firm. Rhei’s previous experience includes the head of strategic lending in the Americas for Deutsche Bank TCA and head of sourcing for distressed debt hedge fund Stabilis Capital Management. Rhei also worked in Goldman Sachs’ capital markets and special situations group and Citibank’s fixed income group.