Mozilla, the not-for-profit behind the Firefox browser and other open root activities, today announced that it has hired Roxi Wen, the former CFO of presentation make Elo Touch Solutions, as its new CFO. Wen will supersede onetime Mozilla CFO Jim Cook, who started almost a year ago after 14 years with the organization.

Wen affiliates Mozilla at a crucial moment. In terms of its engineering, Firefox is now a real competitor again. With that footing in place, Mozilla is now in a position where it needs to look toward raise again, something that has outrun it for a while.

” As our CFO Roxi will become a key member of our elderly director unit with responsibility for leading financial operations and strategy as we scale our operation impact with new and existing makes, technology and business mannequins to better serve our customers and advance our agenda for a healthier internet ,” writes Mozilla CEO Chris Beard in today’s announcement.

It’s interesting to note that Mozilla, which currently has about 1,000 employees, is looking at new business mannequins, very. The company remains heavily dependent on revenue from rummage partnerships, which certainly starts some resistance as Mozilla continues to focus on privacy.

Prior to her CFO role at Elo, Wen regarded major predicaments at FleetPride, GE Energy, Medtronic and the Royal Bank of Canada.

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