Satcon Technology Corporation, a provider of utility scale power solutions for the renewable energy market, has appointed Donald Peck as chief financial officer (CFO).
Peck brings over 30 years of experience in financial management, operations and strategic business development to his role at Satcon. Prior to joining Satcon, Peck was executive vice president (EVP), CFO and treasurer at Egenera, a data centre virtualisation company. He also served as EVP and CFO at First Marblehead, where he successfully completed the company’s initial public offering (IPO). Before that, Peck held positions at Zeborg, MarketMax, and Centennial Technologies serving in executive management, finance, legal, and administrative roles. Earlier in his career, he was a junior partner at Nutter, McClennen & Fish, and an auditor with Arthur Andersen.
Peck obtained his BS in Business Administration from the University of Rhode Island and his JD from Cornell Law School.
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