Delivery Agent, a transactional media company, has appointed Kelyn Brannon as chief financial officer (CFO). Brannon brings 20 years of experience in operations and finance to Delivery Agent having served as CFO for private, public, and venture-backed companies including Amazon’s international division. In her role at Delivery Agent, Brannon will oversee the company’s finance, legal and human resources.
Brannon joins Delivery Agent from her most recent role as executive vice president (EVP) and CFO of Calix, a communications equipment supplier, where she was responsible for finance, tax, investor relations, legal, human resources, information technology and facilities. Under Brannon’s leadership, the company’s revenue grew substantially. She raised US$100m in debt and equity financing for Calix and took the company public in March 2010.
Prior to Calix, Brannon was EVP and CFO of Calypso Technology, a high-growth global financial software and services company. Previously, she was CFO at Arzoon, and chief executive officer (CEO), president and a board member of Studio Systems (formerly Creative Planet). She also served as the chief accounting officer (CAO), vice president of finance and CFO of Amazon’s international division.
Brannon has held senior financial positions at Sun Microsystems, Lexmark International, and Ernst & Young. Brannon is a certified public accountant (CPA), holds a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Murray State University, Kentucky, and is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA).
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