Sirius has begun a search for a Chief Financial Officer to succeed John Scelfo, who will leave Sirius on April 7. In the interim, the company's finance and accounting groups will report directly to President/CEO Joe Clayton, until a new CFO is named.
"John helped us through significant expense reductions and capital raising efforts including our recent recapitalization. He has indicated a desire to move on to different personal and professional ventures and we wish him well," said Clayton.
Scelfo has been with the company since April 2001. He is leaving to pursue an opportunity outside the telecom industry.
Sirius has hired SpencerStuart to search for a new CFO with extensive public company operating experience to support the company's focus on rapid growth, market penetration and cost controls.