Outgoing CFO to focus on early-stage ventures
Snagajob, America’s largest hourly employment marketplace for job seekers and employers, today announced that Keith Haas has joined the company, succeeding Dave Bosher as Snagajob’s next chief financial officer.
Haas has over 20 years of experience leading rapidly-growing private and public technology companies, having most recently served as the vice president of finance for GeoEye, a leading global provider of high-resolution earth imagery solutions, where he drove financial analysis for the company’s merger with DigitalGlobe in 2013.
“I am excited to join Peter Harrison and the team at Snagajob,” Haas said. “I look forward to helping the company continue to grow and provide innovative solutions to this market.”
Prior to GeoEye, Haas served as a key financial leader for K12, a technology-based education company, where he helped grow revenues from approximately $35 million to over $700 million in eight years and had a key role in K12’s successful IPO.
Haas received his Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering from the University of Virginia, his MBA in finance and strategy from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and is a Certified Public Accountant.
“For more than 20 years, Keith has served as a critical financial advisor and leader for some of the fastest-growing technology companies in the region,” said Peter Harrison, Snagajob’s CEO. “His track record helping technology-enabled services companies scale makes him a perfect fit to guide Snagajob through our next phase of growth.”
Bosher, who has helped shepherd Snagajob’s more than ten-fold growth and led three different rounds of institutional funding since joining as its CFO in 2006, is leaving to focus on helping other early-stage companies.
“After serving almost seven years as the CFO for Snagajob, the timing is right for me to focus on the next phase of my career, and I’m thrilled that Keith will be joining the team,” Bosher added. “I have absolutely loved my time with Snagajob, and as we prepare for our next exciting phase of growth here at the company, I am equally excited about focusing on my passion of helping other early-stage start-up companies secure funding and grow their organizations to maximize their potential.”
Bosher, who was the Virginia Business Small Private Company CFO of the Year in 2008 and the CFO for Payerpath, Inc. during its rapid growth from 2001 to its ultimate acquisition by Misys in 2006 for $50 million, plans to stay in the Richmond, Va. area.
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