Diversified Restaurant Holdings (DRH), an operator of full service fast-casual restaurants has appointed David Burke as its treasurer and chief financial officer (CFO).
Burke joins from Federal-Mogul Corporation, a global supplier of powertrain and safety technologies in the automotive industry, where he held a variety of progressively challenging positions in finance, marketing and corporate development.
Burke, a member of the board of directors since the company was formed in 2006, will continue to serve as a non-independent director and will relinquish his roles as chairman of the Audit Committee and secretary.
Burke’s new responsibilities at DRH will include all aspects of accounting and internal controls, treasury and finance, and information systems. He holds a BSc degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Dayton and received his MBA with a concentration in Finance from the University of Michigan, Ross School of Business.
Jay Alan Dusenberry is relinquishing the role of treasurer and has been appointed secretary and chairman of the Audit Committee. Dusenberry has served on the DRH board and its Audit Committee since the company’s inception.
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