Nautilus, a global fitness products company, has hired Linda Pearce as chief financial officer (CFO). She will oversee all financial, accounting and investor relations activities for the company.
Pearce brings over 25 years of financial management experience. Most recently, from 2000 through earlier this year, she served as executive vice president (SVP) and CFP for Warn Industries, a company that designs, manufactures, and markets a full line of off-road equipment and accessories that enhance the performance of four-wheel-drive vehicles, ATVs and utility vehicles.
During her tenure at Warn, Pearce managed all aspects of financial management and reporting, including leading the company through a leveraged buyout (LBO) and later a strategic options evaluation process resulting in the acquisition by Dover Corporation. In addition, from May 2010 to January 2011, Pearce served as interim president for Warn, with responsibilities for overall global operations of the business.
Prior to Warn, Pearce held a number of financial management positions with increasing responsibilities at Gardenburger, Blount International and Lindsay Forest Products. She holds a BSc in Accounting and Information Systems and Quantitative Analysis from Portland State University and an MBA from the University of Oregon.
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