GlobalScape, a developer of secure information exchange solutions, has appointed Randall Hawkins as chief financial officer (CFO). Hawkins is responsible for all GlobalScape financial functions and also will lead the company’s investor relations activities. He reports directly to Jim Morris, GlobalScape’s president and chief executive officer (CEO). Hawkins succeeds Mendy Marsh, who has tendered her resignation in order to pursue other interests.
Previously, Hawkins was vice president of finance with Keystone Directories, a capital investment firm portfolio company that publishes yellow pages directories in the US. Prior to that, Hawkins served as CFO of Homann Tire from April 2005 through August 2007, and as CFO of Programming Concepts from August 2001 through April 2005. He served previously as international finance officer for Cooper Industries, a Fortune 100 multinational manufacturing conglomerate.
Hawkins is a certified public accountant (CPA) in Texas. He has a BBA in accounting and an MBA in accounting information systems management, both from Baylor University.
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