The Princeton Review, a provider of test preparation and online career education services, has appointed Christian Kasper as executive vice president and chief financial officer (CFO), effective 16 August 2010. Kasper succeeds current CFO and chief operating officer (COO) Stephen Richards, who is retiring. Richards will be a consultant to the company for the remainder of 2010.
Kasper comes to The Princeton Review after a successful career in the consumer goods industry with Lifetime Brands and Syratech. For the last year, Kasper has held the role of director at AlixPartners, where he built a strong track record of financial leadership. While there, Kasper worked as an interim executive at an award-winning educational software company. Kasper began his career with The Boston Consulting Group, and he is a graduate of the Harvard Business School and Dartmouth College.
The company has decided not to fill Richards’ role of COO, and will distribute operating responsibilities among the executive team.
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