CFO on the Move: Week Ending November 18

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Matthew Garth | Scotts Miracle Gro

Scotts Miracle Gro named matthew garth as CFO, effective December 1. Garth joins the lawn and garden manufacturer from Minerals Technologies, where he was CFO. He previously held senior financial positions at the aluminum company Alcoa, most recently as corporate vice president of financial planning and analysis and investor relations. Garth succeeds ScottsMiracle-Gro board member David Evans, who was named interim chief financial officer in August.

John Klinger | TJX

TJXthe owner of discount retailers TJ Maxx and Marshalls, promoted John Klinger to CFO, effective January 29. Klinger, who joined the company in 2000, is currently executive vice president of finance. Prior to joining the company, he worked at Stride Rite, where he held various finance positions and eventually became CFO. Klinger succeeds Scott Goldenberg, who has been chief financial officer since 2012. Goldenberg will continue as senior executive vice president of finance with responsibility for other corporate functions.

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Andrew Casey | lace

cloud security company lace hired andres casey as financial director. Casey was most recently CFO of code-free digital adoption platform WalkMe, where he led it through its initial public offering in June 2021. Previously, he was Senior Vice President of Finance and Business Operations at ServiceNow and, prior to that, Vice President of Finance at Hewlett-Packard.

Juan Stelben | eHealth

Private online health insurance marketplace eHealth fixed John Stelben as financial director. Stelben’s most recent experience was at Aetna, where he held various positions, including chief financial officer for government programs covering Medicare, Medicaid, federal employees and public exchange businesses. Prior to that, he held various senior finance roles at Coventry Health Care, including interim Chief Financial Officer, as well as operational responsibilities for Medicare Advantage. Stelben succeeds Christine Janofsky, who is leaving the company. Janofsky assumed the role of CFO in September 2021.

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jason whiting | financial mercury

financial mercury named jason whiting as financial director. Whiting joins fintech from Barclays, where he was head of strategy for the Americas. Previously, Whiting spent more than 20 years in investment banking at Barclays and previously at Lehman Brothers, including as head of specialist banking and finance. Whiting succeeds Steve Carp, who has been chief financial officer for the past five years. Carp has been appointed to lead corporate strategic planning.

John Thompson | Clio snacks

Clio snacks hired john thompson as head of finance. Before joining the snack company, Thompson was vice president of finance for seven years at SodaStream, a part of PepsiCo and sparkling water brand. Earlier in his career, he was vice president of finance at heating and ventilation manufacturer Pinnacle Products International and vice president and controller at household cleaning tool maker Quickie.

Jared Waterman

Jared Waterman | Nozomi Networks

Jared Waterman is the new CFO of the security company Nozomi Networks. Waterman was previously CFO of the human resources technology company Inflection. Before that, he worked at Yext, where he was the senior vice president of finance. Previously, Waterman was vice president of finance for Pandora, where he scaled finance from the ground up and helped lead the company through an initial public offering and grow revenue to $1.5 billion.

teresa baker | from francesca

theresa baker united retailer from francesca as your new CFO. Baker has more than 20 years of retail and e-commerce experience, including as CFO and COO at Colorado Group, Senior Vice President and Interim President of EMEA and Global E-commerce at Jimmy Choo, and CFO and COO at Liberty Department Store. Most recently, she was the CFO of Hollar’s online dollar store. She replaces interim CFO Curt Kroll, who will continue to support the company through the end of the fiscal year.

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