Transcarent appointed Stephanie Peng as CFO. Before joining the health and care platform, Peng was CFO of Teladoc Health U.S., where she was the financial strategist for four businesses with a combined $2 billion in annual revenues. Before that, she was senior vice president of finance at Livongo Health, where she played a key leadership role in the largest consumer digital health IPO in history, a secondary offering, a convertible debt offering raising over $550 million, and Livongo’s $18.5 billion merger with Teladoc Health. She has also served as CFO at Vida Health and chief accounting officer and treasurer at Upwork, where she led its merger and prepared the company for its IPO.
Vanna Krantz has joined transportation software and payments company Passport as CFO. Krantz was most recently CFO at streaming education platform Masterclass, where she joined in January. Before that, she was CFO of Disney Streaming Services, where she was part of the team that launched and scaled Disney+ and ESPN+. She previously held various divisional CFO roles at Thomson Reuters and senior finance positions at Credit Suisse, Morgan Stanley, and Merrill Lynch. She began her career at PricewaterhouseCoopers. Krantz currently serves as NYSE, audit chair, and compensation committee member on the Skillz board of directors.
Commercial real estate data startup Crexi named Tim Laehy as chief financial officer as it looks towards a future public offering. Laehy was previously CFO at social web platform Livefyre before its acquisition by Adobe in 2016 and was most recently interim CFO of Coinbase. At Coinbase, Laehy built and managed its global financial operations and initiatives, dramatically scaled the business, and grew the company’s gross revenue by 60 times. Laehy was previously executive vice president and chief financial officer of digital video brand advertising company YuMe, where he led its IPO, and CFO of Cloudshield Technologies. He has also held CFO positions with MetroFi, Collation, and Covad Communications, where he led its IPO.
Learning Tree International hired Igor Lima as the IT training company’s CFO. Lima was previously CFO of Mailgun Technologies, Credible Behavioral Health Software, and Amify. He played a key role in facilitating the sale of Mailgun Technologies to Thoma Bravo and Credible Behavioral Health Software to Qualifacts. Lima replaces David Asai, who will remain with the company in an advisory capacity throughout September.
After emerging from bankruptcy, retailer Tuesday Morning hired Jennifer Robinson as CFO, effective September 14. Robinson was most recently senior vice president of finance and treasurer of arts and crafts retailer Michaels. Robinson joined Michaels in 2007 and held numerous financial leadership positions, including chief accounting officer and controller. She began her career at Deloitte in audit and assurance services. Robinson replaces interim CFO Marc Katz, who was appointed to the newly created position of principal and chief operating officer.
Software company IGEL appointed Christiane Ohlgart as finance chief. Ohlgart joins the company from Fortinet, where she was vice president of finance. Before that, she was senior vice president of finance and treasurer for medical software startup Syapse. Ohlgart previously was vice president of finance for cloud communications platform provider Intermedia. Earlier in her career, Ohlgart spent 15 years at SAP, where she held a succession of financial management roles that culminated as CFO for SAP subsidiary, SuccessFactors.
School bus manufacturer Blue Bird hired Razvan Radulescu as chief financial officer. Razvan has over 20 years of financial and operating experience at Daimler Trucks. Most recently, Razvan served as general manager of procurement for Daimler Trucks North America. Before that, Razvan was CFO of Daimler’s global powertrain truck business unit, located in Stuttgart, Germany, and was previously controller for Freightliner Trucks inside Daimler Trucks North America
Backcountry appointed Girish Satya chief financial officer of the outdoor gear retailer. Most recently, Satya was a principal at TSG Consumer Products, the retailer’s financial and strategic partner. Before joining TSG, Satya served as CFO for The Bay Club Company, where he doubled the size of the business and led the successful exit from KSL Capital to York Capital. He started his career at Alvarez and Marsal focusing on corporate performance improvement. Satya currently serves on the board of Canyon Bicycles GmbH and is the president of the di Rosa Center for Contemporary Art.
Kat Lange was named chief financial officer at Locanabio. Lange joins the biotechnology company from J.P. Morgan, where she was most recently an executive director in the healthcare investment banking group. During her time at J.P. Morgan, she executed more than $18 billion in equity and equity-linked financings and more than $27 billion in various business transactions.
After three months of having the job on an interim basis, airline industry veteran Ursula Hurley has been appointed finance chief of JetBlue Airways. Hurley has been the carrier’s acting finance chief since June when Steve Priest left JetBlue to become CFO of eBay. She was previously JetBlue’s treasurer, responsible for managing its $13 billion balance sheet.