CFOs On the Move: Week Ending December 2

Foot Locker, Smithfield Foods, NielsenIQ, Vail Resorts, Consolidated Communications, WeightWatchers, Enfusion, ASOS
Lauren MuskettDecember 2, 2022
CFOs On the Move: Week Ending December 2
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  Andrew Page

Andrew Page | Foot Locker

Foot Locker CFO Andrew Page will transition out of his role following the retailer’s fourth-quarter earnings report to pursue other opportunities. Page joined the company in April 2021 from Advance Auto Parts, where he was senior vice president, chief accounting officer, and controller. Before that, he was Under Armour’s senior vice president and chief accounting officer. The company has started a search to find his successor. 

Mark Hall | Smithfield Foods

Mark Hall was promoted to finance chief of Smithfield Foods, effective Jan. 1. Hall, who joined the food company in 2014, is currently executive vice president of finance. Before joining Smithfield, he held finance positions of increasing responsibility at The Quaker Oats Company and McCain Foods USA. Hall succeeds Glenn Nunziata, who is leaving the company after seven years as CFO. 

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  Mike Burwell

Michael Burwell | NielsenIQ

Michael Burwell will take over as CFO of consumer intelligence company NielsenIQ on January 3. Most recently, Burwell was chief financial officer of health analytics company Datavant. Before that, he was CFO of Willis Towers Watson. He spent over 32 years in several senior leadership positions at PwC, where he assisted companies with mergers and acquisitions, IPOs, valuations, and integrations. He replaces Chandler Bigelow, who leaves the company at the end of January.

  Angela Korch

Angela Korch | Vail Resorts

Vail Resorts named Angela Korch as its new CFO. Korch rejoins the mountain resort company from CorePower Yoga, where she has been chief financial officer since May 2020. She previously spent more than a decade in successive leadership roles within Vail Resorts’ finance organization, including vice president of corporate and mountain finance. Korch takes over for Michael Barkin, who is leaving the company. 

  Fred Graffam

Fred Graffam | Consolidated Communications

Broadband provider Consolidated Communications hired Fred Graffam as chief financial officer. Most recently, Graffam was CFO of Brinks Home Security, a home security and alarm monitoring company. Before that, he was senior vice president of finance, investor relations, and corporate development of technology company DigitalGlobe. Graffam succeeds Steve Childers, who will transition to an advisory role until the end of the year.

  Amy O’Keefe

Amy O’Keefe | WeightWatchers

WeightWatchers CFO Amy O’Keefe will step down from her role on Dec. 2 and leave the company at the end of the year. O’Keefe joined the company in Aug. 2020 from medical equipment company Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare, where she was CFO for three years. Before that, she held CFO positions at Savant Systems and D&M Holdings. Heather Stark was named interim principal financial officer. Stark has been with WeightWatchers for 12 years, most recently as head of North American finance.

  Stephen Dorton

Stephen Dorton | Enfusion

Stephen Dorton has resigned as CFO of Enfusion for a new career opportunity. Dorton joined the investment management software provider in 2019 from Quinnox, where he was chief financial officer. He has previously held senior leadership positions at Invision Capital and NAVTEQ. He began his career at The Walt Disney Company. The company has initiated discussions with several CFO candidates and will conduct a search for Dorton’s successor.

Katy Mecklenburgh | ASOS

Katy Mecklenburgh, the interim chief financial officer of ASOS, will leave the British online fashion retailer in six months. Mecklenburgh is leaving to become CFO of IT infrastructure provider Softcat. The retailer has been looking for a new finance chief since Oct. 31 after Mat Dunn stepped down. Dunn, both chief operating officer and CFO, left his roles as part of an executive team restructuring.