Aruba Networks has appointed Michael Galvin as chief financial officer (CFO). Galvin will report to Dominic Orr, president and chief executive officer (CEO). Galvin has served as Aruba’s interim CFO since April of this year. He has worked for Aruba since 2005, most recently as vice president of finance.
Previously, Galvin served in multiple senior finance positions at BEA Systems, including vice president of finance and corporate controller. Prior to that, Galvin was an investment banker with Merrill Lynch & Co, most recently as a vice president. Galvin holds a BA from the University of Notre Dame and an MBA from the University of California, Los Angeles.
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