Ecoark Holding appoints new CEO and CFO
Mr. Puchir has held executive roles at several companies prior to joining Ecoark Holdings.
Most recently, Mr. Puchir led Ecoark's financial planning and analysis, treasury and secretary functions, and worked with the Corporate Controller with financial reporting.
Mr. Puchir began his career as an auditor and consultant with one of the Big 4 accounting firms, ultimately earning the position of Senior Manager.
He then held the role of the Director of Finance/Controller at a state college, and then Associate Chief Financial Officer within a Fortune 100 healthcare organization.
A licensed Certified Public Accountant, Mr. Puchir received his Bachelor of Arts from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and his Master of Business Administration from Rutgers University.
Mr. Rateliff retired in 2005 from Walmart Stores as a Senior Vice President after a 25-year career.
Following his retirement, Mr. Rateliff served as an independent consultant to several private investment groups.
After receiving an MBA from the University of Arkansas, he was hired as an internal auditor for Walmart and within five years was promoted to Assistant Treasurer and later on, Treasurer.
Over the course of his career at Walmart, Mr. Rateliff worked across several departments including compliance, risk management, profit sharing and associate benefits.
Mr. Rateliff has been an independent member of the Ecoark Board of Directors since May 2016. ■
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