Flotek appoints new CFO
Houston-based chemical company Flotek Industries has today appointed Elizabeth Wilkinson as CFO.
Wilkinson will be responsible for the company’s financial strategy, planning and reporting, as well as investor relations, treasury and corporate development functions.
She will be based in Houston, reporting to Flotek’s CEO, president and chairman, John Chisholm.
Wilkinson, a certified public accountant, brings more than 30 years of experience to Flotek.
She joins the company from RGP, a publicly traded, global consulting firm, where she served as managing consultant, leading financial advisory projects for Fortune 100, Fortune 500 and private-equity-controlled clients.
In this capacity, she served as interim CFO, interim treasurer and in key financial reporting roles leading companies through significant accounting and finance transitions.
Her depth of experience includes technical accounting and controllership, tax planning and compliance, treasury, capital market transactions, enterprise risk management, M&A, investor relations, strategy development, and managing banking and rating agency relationships.
‘Elizabeth is a strong and experienced executive who has served in diverse leadership roles for earnings and profits, energy service, and midstream organizations, ranging from CFO to controller to vice president-investor relations and treasurer,’ says Chisholm in a statement.
‘We welcome the tremendous strengths she brings to help deliver value to all of our stakeholders by expanding our market penetration through differentiated chemistry technology, strengthening our balance sheet and managing general and administrative costs to deliver positive operating cash flow.’
Prior to her role at RGP, Wilkinson was CFO of Xtreme Drilling and Coil Services where she raised capital, managed debt and liquidity, and directed all accounting, financial reporting and IR functions.