Skience Appoints Jeff Stephens as Chief Financial Officer


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Skience continues to build out its C-suite for growth by adding its third executive team member in the last six months

HERNDON, Va.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–
Skience, a leading financial services solution and consulting provider, today announced that Jeff Stephens, CPA, has been hired as the company’s new Chief Financial Officer (CFO).

With more than 30 years of experience in finance, accounting, and understanding SaaS software business models, Mr. Stephens brings an extensive depth of expertise to the role of Skience’s CFO. He brings with him proven success in driving business strategy and increasing the overall value of the companies he serves.

“Jeff has demonstrated an impressive commitment to his profession, which embodies the exact grit and passion Skience’s culture is known for,” said Sanjeev Kumar, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer (CEO). “Skience

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Hawks & State Farm Arena Hire Joel Browning As Chief Financial Officer

ATLANTA – Today the Atlanta Hawks & State Farm Arena announced that Joel Browning has been hired as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. In his new role, Browning will oversee the accounting, finance, information technology and analytics departments of both the Hawks and State Farm Arena while playing a leadership role in the strategic development of future large-scale projects. He will report directly to Chief Executive Officer Steve Koonin.

Browning joins the Hawks from the NBA where he was a vice president in its Team Marketing & Business Operations (TMBO) department and served as an account manager and dedicated sales, marketing and business operations consultant for the Hawks, Boston Celtics, Brooklyn Nets, Los Angeles Lakers, Philadelphia 76ers, Portland Trail Blazers and Sacramento Kings. During his time at TMBO, he was a key contributor to the NBA’s record-setting operating performance, served as the primary point of contact between

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Bueno named Finance Officer of the Year | Local News

STURGIS — Longtime Sturgis Finance Officer Fay Bueno has been named Finance Officer of the Year in South Dakota by the South Dakota Municipal League.

Her nomination came from co-workers, her staff and Sturgis City Manager Daniel Ainslie.

“There are many great finance officers in this state. I’m honored to be chosen,” Bueno said.

It’s especially meaningful that the nomination came from those people she works with every day, she said.

In addition to being an exemplary financial manager for the city, Bueno is a wonderful advocate for the city of Sturgis, the nomination letter said.

“She is a competent, capable, and knowledgeable finance officer,” nominators wrote.

Born and raised in the Black Hills, Bueno earned an accounting degree from Black Hills State University. She spent almost 15 years in the private sector before starting her municipal career as city finance officer for Whitewood. She held that position for 11

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Foot Locker Names New Chief Financial Officer

Foot Locker Inc.

hired an accounting executive from

Advance Auto Parts Inc.

to manage its finances as the specialty retailer’s current finance chief plans to retire.

Andrew Page

will join Foot Locker as chief financial officer on April 12, succeeding current CFO

Lauren Peters,

who has been in the role since 2011, the New York-based company said Thursday.

Mr. Page has served as chief accounting officer and controller at the Raleigh, N.C.-based auto parts retailer since 2019. Before joining Advance Auto Parts, he was the chief accounting officer at athletic wear company

Under Armour Inc.

Mr. Page will be stepping into his new role as Foot Locker continues to navigate the effects of the coronavirus pandemic. Foot Locker said last month that approximately 10% of its total store fleet is

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