LA Tech ‘Moves’: CarbonCapture Taps Automotive Manufacturing Veteran
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Software platform ServiceTitan appointed Dave Sherry as chief financial officer. Sherry has held CFO positions for the past ten years, but most recently served at QuintoAndar.
Abilita Therapeutics, a biotechnology company named Joel Edwards as chief business officer. Prior to joining, Edwards served as the CBO for Biosion USA, Inc.
Automotive manufacturing veteran David Apps joined climate tech company CarbonCapture Inc. as vice president of manufacturing. Apps held leadership roles at Nikola Motors Corporation, Byton Incorporated, Tesla Incorporated, Toyota and DaimlerChrysler.
AlphaTrAI, a technology-driven asset management firm welcomed James McGrath as head of investment strategy and advisor consulting. McGrath most recently spent over 11 years at Forbes Family Trust and prior to that founded and served as the president of Leonis Group.
Education technology company Age of Learning tapped former U.S. Department of Education Official Jason Botel as vice president of national partnerships.
Oblong Inc., a company that delivers visual solutions for collaboration and computing environments hired Jonathan Schechter and Robert Weinstein to its board. Schecter currently serves as a partner of The Special Equities Group, while Weinstein is the Chief Financial Officer of Synaptogenix, Inc.
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