FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – March 1, 2023
Lisa Fleming Brings Wealth of Financial, Strategic, and Operational Experience to National Battery Recycling Organization
ATLANTA, Ga. – Call2Recycle, Inc. the country’s premier battery collections, logistics, and recycling program, today announced the appointment of Lisa Fleming as Chief Financial Officer (CFO), effective March 1, 2023. Ms. Fleming will report to Call2Recycle’s Chief Executive Officer, Leo Raudys.
As CFO, Ms. Fleming will oversee all the organization’s financial activities. She will elevate and lead the organization’s finance function into the future through innovative strategies and enhanced operational efficiencies.
“We are pleased to welcome Lisa to Call2Recycle,” said Leo Raudys, Call2Recycle CEO. “Lisa will be an integral member of the senior leadership team. She has the financial expertise and proven track record to help advance our organization’s strategic goals and vision.”
“I am thrilled to join Call2Recycle during this important phase of growth and innovation,” Ms. Fleming said. “I look forward to expanding the company’s reach and future impact in this growing sector.”
Ms. Fleming brings more than 20 years of financial leadership experience, including her most recent role as CFO for Adelphi University in New York. Prior to that, she has served in CFO and finance roles with Known, MSCI, Morgan Stanley and Arthur Andersen Business Consulting where she successfully led global teams in financial analysis, reporting, and corporate/investment strategic planning. She joins Call2Recycle at a critical juncture where the company is well positioned to grow its market share with the widespread adoption of electrification and battery power.
Call2Recycle partnered with Koya Partners, the executive search firm focused on recruiting senior leaders to mission-driven roles, to conduct the national search for its CFO.
Call2Recycle, Inc. safely transitions communities to a battery-powered world through climate responsible solutions, including battery collections, logistics, and recycling. Founded in 1994, the not-for-profit organization has safely and responsibly collected and recycled over 145 million pounds of batteries across the U.S. Visit us at call2recycle.org. Follow on Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn.