eDoorways International, which develops communications technology, has appointed former Dell executive Chris Mitchell as chief financial officer (CFO). As the former CFO of the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation, Mitchell brings experience of not only managing all finance and operations for the US$1bn endowed foundation, but also has global experience in investing, financial management and accounting.
After receiving a Bachelors of Business Administration and Accounting degree from Texas State University, Mitchell became a certified public accountant (CPA) in Texas. In addition to his work at the Dell Foundation, he worked at Dell in a variety of financial leadership roles including the financial controller for Dell.com and the director of web analytics.
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