ClearObject Hires VP

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Kimberly Gallagher Kimberly Gallagher

ClearObject, an IoT systems integrator, has named Kimberly Gallagher vice president of finance and administration. In her new role, she will be responsible for all financial operations and manage performance analytics, contracts, and all operational efficiencies within the organization. Gallagher will also supervise the director of human resources and a soon-to-be named controller.

Most recently, she held a financial leadership role with Republic Airways, managing a large team and long-range plans of $1.2 billion in revenue and strategic investments. Gallagher was responsible for operational efficiencies, business analytics, KPIs and contract negotiations. Prior to her work at Republic Airways, she served as senior financial consultant and portfolio manager at Anthem Inc. where she managed annual budgets up to $300 million and consolidation of business lines from acquisitions.

Additionally, her work for First Federal Bank of the Midwest and for a female-founded, multi-million dollar company headquartered in northeast Indiana adds to her distinguished, 20-year career. As a licensed Certified Public Accountant and with previous roles in accounting, financial reporting and treasury, she brings invaluable skills and experience to the growing ClearObject finance team.

In her free time, Gallagher is active in her local community where she serves as a board member and treasurer of the Indiana Coalition to End Sexual Assault.

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