At CFO (Boardroom Media) we track over 1,000,000 startups and over 5,000,000 people who hold key positions in these companies. We use this directory of startups to highlight top employees, founders and board members we think deserve more appreciation than they are currently getting.
This list showcases the top United States based CFO’ operating in the Crowdsourcing space. If you think a CFO’ is missing from this list, feel free to contact our editor on [email protected]
The individuals on this list have been included because of exceptional performance in one of the following categories:
- Innovation – Operating as a key part in an extremely innovative business or startup.
- Growth – Operating as a key figure in the growth and upscale of a market leading business or startup.
- Management – Showing exceptional management skills.
- Societal impact – Putting their business on the map for their positive societal or environmental impact.
Our Data – We source our data from OSINT (open source intelligence) and public directories such as Crunchbase, SemRush and many more. The data from these sources should be treated with a degree of caution and verified yourself.
Chief Financial Officer of Amazon
Mr. Olsavsky joined Amazon.com in April 2002. Most recently he served as Vice President, Finance, and CFO for the Global Consumer Business, and he became CFO in June 2015. As CFO of Amazon.com, he oversees the company’s overall financial activities, including controllership, tax, treasury, analysis, investor relations, internal audit and financial operations. In his role as Vice President, Finance, and CFO for the Global Consumer Business, Mr. Olsavsky had oversight and responsibility for the finance team supporting Amazon.com websites, merchant platforms, and fulfillment operations and subsidiaries. From 2007 to 2010, Mr. Olsavsky was Vice President, Finance for Amazon’s North America retail business unit and acquisitions, and from 2002 to 2007 Mr. Olsavsky led the finance departments for Amazon’s Worldwide Operations organization. Prior to joining Amazon.com, Mr. Olsavsky spent seven years at Fisher Scientific, where he held a variety of financial and business management roles, and a total of eight years at BF Goodrich and Union Carbide, where he held a variety of financial and operational roles. Mr. Olsavsky received a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Penn State and an MBA in Finance from Carnegie Mellon University.
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About Amazon: Amazon is an e-commerce website for consumers, sellers, and content creators.
Chief Financial Officer of Local Motors
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About Local Motors: Local Motors is an American motor vehicle company that creates and delivers safe and accessible mobility solutions for local communities.
Charles Booth III
CFO of GasBuddy
Charlie Booth serves as chief financial officer at Gas Buddy. Prior to Gas Buddy, he served as CFO at Oil Price Service (OPIS) and as a president at Booth Investments. Charlie holds a degree in finance at the University of Michigan – Stephen M. Ross School of Business.
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About GasBuddy: GasBuddy is a travel and navigation app that is used by more North American drivers to save money on gas.
CFO of CloudFactory
Cary brings to CloudFactory 23 years of experience in finance and accounting, with a particular love for fast paced, high-growth, international technology-related companies. JBoss was a technology startup with a distributed workforce spanning the globe. As the CFO at JBoss, Cary raised capital and participated in growing the company from $1 million in sales to $17 million in 30 months, culminating in an acquisition by Red Hat for $370 million. PaySys provided enterprise systems from offices in Johannesburg, Melbourne, Singapore, London, San Juan, and the U.S. As the Chief Accounting Officer for EarthLink, Cary participated in growing the company to $1.4+ billion in annual sales. Cary loves an adventure; and if an adventure does not exist, he will create one; he is not the stereo-typical CPA. Cary began his career in audit with Ernst & Young in Atlanta, Georgia.
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About CloudFactory: CloudFactory helps tech teams train and sustain AI with humans-in-the-loop.
Co-Founder/CFO of Veryfier™
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About Veryfier™: The Veryfier App allows you to hire a 3rd party person to help you examine any product before the online purchase.
CTO, CFO of Polco
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About National Research Center, Inc., Polco: Polco is a civic participation and public entity performance analytics SaaS technology company.
Chief Financial Officer of Boost Media
Chief Financial Officer at Boost Media, Inc.
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About Boost Media: Boost Media is a startup that uses crowdsourcing and split testing to help businesses find effective words and images for their online ads.
EVP/CFO of Q Raider Technologies
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About Q Raider Technologies: Q Raider transmits data through inaudible, ultrasonic sound waves, offering an alternative method for relaying data to mobile devices.
CFO of Fullbottle
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About Fullbottle: Fullbottle is a platform for brands to collaborate with influencers on Instagram to produce videos used across the internet.