CFOs On the Move: Week Ending January 27

Campbell Soup Company, Western Union, Extreme Networks, Splunk, Fortune Brands, Stanley Black & Decker, Vince, Jacobs, Metagenics
Lauren MuskettJanuary 27, 2023
CFOs On the Move: Week Ending January 27
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  Carrie Anderson

Carrie Anderson | Campbell Soup Company

Campbell Soup Company appointed Carrie Anderson chief financial officer, effective Feb. 6. Anderson joins Campbell from global medical technology company Integra LifeSciences, where she has been CFO since 2019. Before Integra, she spent seven years with Dover in several leadership roles, including CFO for the company’s engineered systems and printing and identification businesses. Previously, Anderson spent six years as chief financial officer of Delphi Product & Service Solutions. Anderson succeeds Mick Beekhuizen, who was appointed president of Campbell’s meals and beverages division in November 2022.

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  Matthew Cagwin

Matthew Cagwin | Western Union

Western Union named the company’s interim CFO, Matthew Cagwin, to fill the role permanently. Cagwin joined the money services giant in July 2022 as head of financial planning and analysis and was appointed interim CFO in Sept. 2022. Cagwin previously worked at First Data (now Fiserv) for eight years, most recently as CFO of merchant acceptance. He previously spent 10 years at Coca-Cola in various roles, with his last three years as vice president, European controller, and strategic initiatives, based in London.

Cristina Tate | Extreme Networks

Rémi Thomas is resigning after four years as CFO of Extreme Networks to accept a position at a privately held software company. Cristina Tate, the cloud-driven networking company’s senior vice president and head of financial planning and analysis, will take over as interim chief financial officer. She is also the chair of the company’s Women in Networking (WIN) alliance. Before joining Extreme, Tate was at Micro Focus and Hewlett-Packard’s Software business unit. 

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  Brian Roberts

Brian Roberts | Splunk

Software maker Splunk appointed Brian Roberts as its new CFO. Roberts was most recently finance chief of Ozone Networks, which does business as OpenSea, a nonfungible token (NFT) marketplace. He was previously CFO of Lyft for seven years, where he helped manage the ride-sharing company through an over 70-fold increase in annual revenue. Before that, he was senior vice president of business development and Strategy at Walmart Global e-commerce. Roberts replaces Jason Child, who left the company in November. 

  David Barry

David Barry | Fortune Brands 

Fortune Brands promoted David Barry to finance chief of the home and security products manufacturer, effective March 2. Barry, who joined the company in 2015, is currently senior vice president of finance and investor relations. He has held several roles during his time at the company, including CFO of the company’s water segment. Before joining Fortune Brands, he held various senior financial roles at J.M. Huber. Barry succeeds Patrick Hallinan, who is leaving the company to take over as CFO of Stanley Black & Decker. 

  Patrick Hallinan

Patrick Hallinan | Stanley Black & Decker 

Stanley Black & Decker hired Patrick Hallinan to lead its finances. Hallinan will join the tool maker on April 6 from Fortune Brands, where he worked for 17 years, most recently as CFO. Earlier roles include senior vice president of finance and CFO of faucet manufacturer Moen, a division of Fortune Brands. Before joining Fortune Brands, Hallinan worked at Booz Allen Hamilton as a principal in the firm’s automotive, aerospace, and industrial goods practice.

Amy Levy | Vince

Apparel company Vince named Amy Levy to finance chief. Levy, who joined the company in 2016, is currently the company’s senior vice president of financial planning and analysis and investor relations. Levy was previously a senior member of the finance team at Michael Kors where she held various responsibilities within the corporate financial planning and analysis function. She also previously worked on the finance team at ESPRIT. Levy succeeds David Stefko, who will take on an adviser role through May 2023.

  Claudia Jaramillo

Claudia Jaramillo | Jacobs

Claudia Jaramillo, currently executive vice president of strategy and corporate development at Jacobs, will take over as finance chief on Aug. 14. Jaramillo joined the professional services company in July 2022 following more than 20 years working at energy services company Schlumberger. During her tenure, she led multiple global operational finance roles, including most recently leading strategic capital deployment as head of treasury. Jaramillo succeeds Kevin Berryman, who will become special adviser to CEO Bob Pragada. Pragada took over as Jacobs’ CEO on Jan. 24.

Gavin Lindberg | Metagenics

Nutritional supplement company Metagenics named Gavin Lindberg as chief financial officer. Lindberg spent 18 years working at Nike in a variety of senior finance positions, culminating in vice president and CFO of product innovation and brand. For the last year, he has been CFO of JustFoodForDogs, a maker of fresh food for dogs.