Matthew Siegel has been chosen to lead the finance function at CBS Radio. He is a former treasurer of Time Warner Cable, and later became co-CFO and treasurer of that company during its merger with Charter Communications.
Teri List-Stoll will become Gap’s finance chief on Jan. 17. She takes over for Sabrina Simmons, who is leaving the company. Previously, List-Stoll held the top finance spot at Dick’s Sporting Goods.
Sheppard Pratt Health System has selected Ray Dziesinski to head finance. He replaces Gerald Noll, who will become treasurer of the mental health– and substance use–services provider. Most recently, Dziesinski was CFO of clinical services at Vanderbilt University Medical Center.
Zebra Technologies has named Olivier Leonetti to lead the finance function, succeeding Michael Smiley. Formerly, Leonetti was CFO at Western Digital.
Chad Plotkin has been promoted to the top finance spot at NRG Yield. He replaces Kirkland Andrews, who will remain CFO of parent company NRG Energy. Plotkin had been senior vice president, finance and strategy.
Chemical manufacturer and seller Huntsman Corp. has promoted Sean Douglas to finance chief, effective Jan. 1. He takes over for J. Kimo Esplin, who will become executive vice president, strategy and investment. Douglas, who has been at the company since 1990, most recently was treasurer and vice president, corporate development.
David White has retired from the top finance spot at Align Technology, but will remain at the firm through February during a transition period. He will be succeeded by John Morici, a former CFO, chief operating officer, and then managing director of NBC Universal’s Universal Pictures Home Entertainment division in the United States and Canada.
Insurance broker AmWINS Group has named Darin Stafford to head finance. He takes over for Scott Purviance, who will remain chief operating officer. Previously, Stafford was corporate controller at Remington Outdoor Co.
NN Inc. has promoted Thomas Burwell, Jr., to finance chief. He started at the industrial firm as corporate controller in 2005 and added the post of chief accounting officer in 2011.
Towing-equipment manufacturer Miller Industries has said that CFO and treasurer J. Vincent Mish plans to retire at the end of the year. Corporate controller Deborah Whitmire will replace him.