Clearday Inc. Appoints John Bergeron as Chief Financial Officer
NEW YORK, Dec. 14, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Clearday, Inc. (OTCQB: CLRD) announced today that John Bergeron joined the company as chief financial officer effective December 8, 2021.
John will be responsible for leading the development of the financial strategy to support the business, including investment strategies and five-year financial plans. John will also oversee financial budgeting, planning and analysis, audit, and tax compliance for Clearday, as well as risk management, accounting, and treasury responsibilities.
James Walesa, CEO of Clearday, stated, “I am excited to welcome John to the Clearday leadership team as CFO. He brings extensive financial experience, accounting and tax knowledge and deep industry and capital markets insights. I know John will be a natural fit in our Clearday culture, and I’m looking forward to working with him and our entire team as our business enters a new phase of exciting growth ahead.”
“I want to thank Randy for his tremendous contributions to Clearday and for the role he played in shaping our business and setting the foundation for our future success,” said Mr. Walesa.
“I’m honored to join the team at Clearday during such an important time in the company’s evolution,” said Mr. Bergeron. “The opportunity to contribute to the work already underway is exciting, and the possibilities of what Clearday can achieve are truly inspiring. I look forward to partnering with not only the leadership team, but the entire company, on their journey.”
Since October 2011, Mr. Bergeron served as Chief Financial Officer of Spine Injury Solutions and as a Member of the Board of Directors since July 2010. From May 2008 through September 2014, he served as President of Jolpeg Inc., a private firm that consults on financial matters in service industries. From May 2002 until May 2008, Mr. Bergeron served as Divisional Controller of Able Manufacturing, a division of NCI Group, Inc, where his responsibilities included financial reporting, budgeting, and Sarbanes-Oxley Act compliance. Prior to that, Mr. Bergeron worked as controller of different internet companies and as an accounting manager for several other private firms. He has also worked as an auditor for Arthur Andersen. Mr. Bergeron has more than thirty years of experience in financial management and corporate development of manufacturing and service industry companies. He has extensive experience in financial reporting of public companies, risk management, business process re-engineering, structuring and implementing accounting procedures, and internal control programs for Sarbanes-Oxley Act compliance. Mr. Bergeron is a Certified Public Accountant. He received a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting from Lamar University in 1979.
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