T. Kevin DeNicola has stepped down as senior vice president and CFO of KBR (NYSE: KBR), in order to pursue “venture capital opportunities in the alternative fuels area.”
KBR (NYSE:KBR) today announced that T. Kevin DeNicola, Senior Vice President and Chief Financial officer will step down from his post effective with the filing of the company’s third quarter 10-Q.
Following that date DeNicola will remain with KBR in a reduced capacity to assist with the transition to a new CFO. DeNicola is leaving the company to spend more time with his family and to pursue interests in the emerging alternative fuels industry.
“During my time with KBR, I was particularly proud of the improvements we made in the design and effectiveness of the financial organization. However, after six plus year as a Chief Financial Officer at two Fortune 250 companies, I wish to focus the next chapter of my career pursuing venture capital opportunities in the alternative fuels area,” said DeNicola.
“Kevin made significant contributions to improving the transparency of our financial reporting, strengthening cash flow management, and reducing our overall cost structure. We appreciate Kevin’s contributions during his time at KBR and wish him success going forward,” said William P. Utt, KBR Chairman, President and CEO.
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