TravelClick, a hotel ecommerce solutions firm, has appointed Helen Wallace as chief financial officer (CFO). Reporting to TravelClick’s president and chief executive, Robert Post, Wallace will oversee all of TravelClick’s global financial operations, as well as spearhead key strategic initiatives focused on enterprise systems integration and international standards compliance.
Before TravelClick, Wallace completed a turnaround and ultimate sale of a multi-property resort company, American Skiing Company, first as senior vice president and then as CFO and corporate treasurer. With experience in technology and international business, her previous positions included CFO of Cyrano Science; vice president and director of Citigroup’s Asia business development/mergers & acquisitions group based in the company’s Singapore regional offices; international CFO with Hubbell; and director of finance, director of tax and corporate treasurer for Esprit de Corporation. Wallace spent the first nine years of her career in public accounting including time with the firm Touche Ross in its Los Angeles and San Diego offices.
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