Kalkomey Enterprises, a world leader in outdoor recreational education, has announced the appointment of Gayle Anderson as Chief Financial Officer. Gayle has a proven history of acting as a thought partner to business leaders to enable growth and success through operational and financial insight. Gayle most recently held the title of Chief Financial Officer for One Technologies.
“I am so pleased to be joining the Kalkomey team and excited about collaborating with Cove Hill Partners to further the exceptional growth already underway. Kalkomey products and services are needed now more than ever. By delivering online education and certifications for outdoor recreational activities, the company fulfills a deep-seated consumer need while also focusing on innovation and expanding reach.
I look forward to bringing my financial expertise and deep experience with B-to-C technology companies to the organization and charting a course for continued success for our employees, partners, and customers.”
Gayle brings a wealth of experience and passion to her new role. After becoming a Certified Public Accountant in the State of California, she earned her MBA from UCLA’s Anderson Graduate School of Management. Gayle has held CFO positions at Match.com and the Dallas Zoo, and Vice President of Studio Planning at the Walt Disney Company.
She currently serves on the board of three non-profits, Richardson Symphony Orchestra as Board President, Villages in Partnership as Finance Committee Chair, and A Small Miracle Foundation as Board Chair.
While leading the Finance and Human Resources teams, Gayle hopes to continue to promote a culture of accountability and operational excellence across the organization and will be an integral part of the leadership team developing strategies to continue Kalkomey’s exceptional growth trajectory.
I am truly excited to have Gayle join the Kalkomey family. Gayle’s world-class experience will help propel the business forward, and scale well into the future as we continue to innovate and bring true solutions and problem-solving to our students and our state agency partners”, Jason Alexander, CEO, Kalkomey.