Energy Focus CFO Marcia Miller will leave
Ms. Miller joined the Company in March 2012 as Assistant Controller, was promoted to Corporate Controller in July 2013, appointed Interim Chief Financial Officer in February 2015, and appointed Chief Financial Officer in July 2015.
Prior to her joining Energy Focus, Ms. Miller served as Manager of Financial Planning and Analysis for Rockwell Automation from August 2011 to March 2012; as Controller of Wingspan Care Group from October 2009 to August 2011; and as Assistant Controller for Keithley Instruments.
Ms. Miller began her career with Ernst & Young, formerly Arthur Young, and joined Keithley Instruments in 1989. She holds a Bachelor degree in Business Administration in Accounting from Cleveland State University.
Ms. Miller is a Certified Public Accountant and a member of the Ohio Society of Certified Public Accountants and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
The company announced that Michael Port, the company’s controller, will serve as its interim Chief Financial Officer.
Mr. Port joined Energy Focus in April 2015, as interim Controller through the consulting firm Resources Global Professionals. As a consultant with Resources Global Professionals, he specialized in filling interim CFO and Controller positions for industrial and manufacturing customers.
Prior to joining Resources Global Professionals, Mr. Port held various senior level executive positions at both private and public companies, including Mork Process, Oglebay Norton Company, and Hitachi Medical Systems of America. He began his career at Ernst & Young, focusing on entrepreneurial growth companies.
Mr. Port has an MBA from the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve and a BS in Business Administration from The Ohio State University. ■
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