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Blade supplier TPI Composites Inc., based in Scottsdale, Ariz., has appointed John Goldsberry chief financial officer (CFO). Goldsberry comes to TPI with more than 15 years of CFO experience with both public and private companies, as well as 12 years of investment banking experience. Most recently, Goldsberry served as CFO and senior vice president of information technology at Gateway Inc.

"John's experience leading financial and operations teams inside large and growth companies will be invaluable as TPI continues on its path to becoming a larger, multinational organization," says TPIs' CEO Steve Lockard.

Prior to Gateway, Goldsberry served as CFO of a number of public and private companies, including Truespectra Inc., Calibre Inc., Quality Semiconductor Inc. and DSP Group Inc.

Goldsberry serves on the board of directors and is chairman of the audit committee of Sanmina-SCI Corp. He earned a bachelor's degree in applied mathematics and a Ph.D. in business economics from Harvard University, where he also served as instructor of finance.

SOURCE: TPI Composites Inc.


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