BIO-key International, a finger-based biometric identification solutions company, has appointed Cecilia (Ceci) Welch as vice president and chief financial officer (CFO). Welch replaces Tom Colatosti, BIO-key’s chairman, who had been acting as interim CFO.
Welch joined BIO-key in 2007 and has served since then as corporate controller. She has more than 20 years of operational and financial management experience in the technology industry. Prior to joining BIO-key, she was controller for Savaje Technologies, Crystal Systems and ATN Microwave (acquired by Agilent Technologies). Welch holds a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from Franklin Pierce University.
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