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Francis Pirozzi
Francis Pirozzi

Francis Pirozzi

Director

Francis Pirozzi is a highly focused, motivated, and experienced hands-on leader with a history of demonstrated achievements contributing to superior corporate performance in environments ranging from privately held start-up partnerships to billion-dollar, publicly-traded multinational corporations.

In a recent role, Frank successfully guided the founder and CEO through all finance, human resources, and information technology activity during the COVID-19 pandemic while exceeding EBITDA targets by 300%. He also developed Corporate Finance, Treasury, and Accounting divisions at an early-stage company that experienced an increase in revenue from $7M to $50M over just three years. Additionally, he led the sale of the entity to a billion-dollar multi-national public corporation.

Frank has a consistent track record of developing effective financial solutions and driving enterprise execution while ensuring the continuous delivery of enhanced profitability without compromising ethical standards. His exceptional leadership and wide range of knowledge and experience will help his clients grow.

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CFO Systems, LLC
Director
Atticus, LLC
Chief Financial Officer
Sipcam Agro USA, Inc.
Chief Financial Officer, Corporate Secretary
Verdesian Life Sciences, LLC
Chief Financial Officer, Corporate Secretary
Red Hat, Inc.
Director, Assistant Treasurer
Etigra
Vice President of Finance
RH Donnelley
Director of Treasury
Timco Aviation Services, Inc.
Treasurer
Jefferson Pilot Financial
Securities Analyst, Treasury Manager
Remington Arms Company Inc.
Treasury Analyst
Banque Francaise du Commerce Exterieur
Money Market Trader

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